Serbia: Your Face Sounds Familiar celebrates Eurovision

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The eighth episode of the Serbian show Tvoje lice zvuči poznato, Your face sounds familiar, was dedicated to former Eurovision participants.

In Tvoje lice zvuči poznato or Your face sounds familiar, a line-up of celebrities perform as iconic singers.

A weekly show, the eighth episode of season four on Sunday 19 November focussed on former Eurovision participants. The team of artists, including Eurovision’s own Tijana Dapčević from FYR Macedonia (2014) and Bebi Dol (Yugoslavia 1991), interpreted a number of Eurovision hits.

Tijana Dapčević performed as Romania’s Cezar (2013) with It’s my life, while Bebi Dol sang Tajči‘s Hajde da ludujemo (Yugoslavia 1990), placing 9th and 3rd in Tvoje lice zvuči poznato respectively.

The other participants were:

  • Dragana Mićalović as Ruslana (Wild dances, 2004)
  • Stevan Anđelković as Željko Joksimović (Lane moje, 2004)
  • Bane Vidaković as Giorgos Alkaios & Friends (OPA!, 2010)
  • Edita Aradinović as Marija Šerifović (Molitva, 2007)
  • Branislav Lečić as Lordi (Hard rock hallelujah, 2006)
  • Mira Škorić as Marko Kon & Milaan (Cipela, 2009)
  • Nenad Pagonis as Conchita Wurst (Rise like a phoenix, 2014)

Eventual winner of the show was Leon with his performance of Pokušaj by Laka (Eurovision 2008).

Watch all performances of Tvoje lice zvuči poznato via the official YouTube channel. Here you can visit Tvoje lice zvuči poznato‘s official website.

About Tvoje lice zvuči poznato

Tvoje lice zvuči poznato is the Serbian version of Tu cara me suena or Your face sounds familiar, a series developed by Antena 3 and Dutch media company Endemol. First aired in Spain, Your face sounds familiar now has versions in many countries around the world.

The format, in which celebrities impersonate well-known singers, resembles the Dutch show Soundmixshow, which was very popular from the 80’s until the early 2000’s, although this show focussed on unknown people performing as their favourite iconic artists.

The Soundmixshow was responsible for the breakthrough of many singers that went on to be successful artists and former Eurovision participants, including Gerard Joling, Edsilia Rombley and Glennis Grace.

The Soundmixshow was also the base for the British talent show Stars in their eyes (various seasons between 1990 and 2015).

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