According to the Eurovision website eurobosnia.com, the amount of entries in the national final of Bosnia-Herzegovina, called Eurosong 2003, has increased from 16 till 18, unless two of those are reserve entries. The names of the participating artists and their song titles were revealed today. Deen, Amila Glamočak and Zabranjeno Pu�enje are among the competing stars.
Today, eurobosnia.com published the names of all the 18 Bosnian finalists. Except for Ljiljana Galic-Lily and the girl group Erato not being among those singers, there are no huge surprises, but a lot of famous participants.
The very popular rock group Zabranjeno Pu�enje will be present with the song Agregat. Other names include hugely successful Deen singing Taxi, and the three female artists Amila Glamočak, who represented her country in the 1996 Eurovision Song Contest with Za nasu ljubav, Mija Martina Barbarić and Tinka Milinović, who all have experience from former Bosnian finals. Tinka will perform one of the two final entries with English lyrics, I'm never gonna fall.
Edin Pa�ic participated in the national final last year with Priznajem, Narcis Vučina and the Danish artist Cora took part in 2001 with Sloboda. This year they will perform the second song with English lyrics, Easily. Biljana Matić reached a fourth position in 2001 with Vrijeme je and performed the duet Primabalerina with Romeo last year. Igor Vukojević sung Glumica in 1999. Other famous musicians include Selma Bajrami and the new female pop band If.
The Bosnian final will this year take place in the Skenderija Hall (pictured) in the capital Sarajevo. At the Bosnia-Herzegovina 2003 page you will find all 18 entries.