UPD Sakis and Jelena on Serbian Operacija Trijumf

by Stella Floras 88 views

Tomorrow's Serbian Operacija Trijumf will feature two Eurostars who will be performing together with the Academy students: Sakis Rouvas, who will be representing Greece in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest, and Jelena Tomasevic who participated for Serbia in 2008.

Tomorrow, Monday 29th December, Sakis Rouvas will perform his 2004 Eurovision Song Contest entry, Shake it, together with Operacija Trijimf student Aleksandar Belov. Jelena Tomasevic will perform her hit song Kosava together with Danijel, and Ana and Nina (two of the students) will perform Oro, the Serbian entry in the 2008 contest. Milena Vucic, who is highly tipped to have entered the Montenegrin preselection for the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest with a song by Zeljko Joksimovic, will also be on the same show to perform with Ana, the song Luce.

{UPD} Sakis also presented his new song Keep on moving, which is the English version of his hit song Kai se thelo, composed by Dimitris Kontopoulos.

The show begins on 21.00 CET on TV B92 and there will be live streaming here.

Sakis Rouvas & Aleksandar Belov – Shake it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EizbtgpMghU

Sakis Rouvas – Keep on moving (New song)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFu7o6ozBWE

Jelena Tomasevic & Ana and Nina- Oro

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGhyaJKii5U

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Stella Floras

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