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Sanja Vučić
Sanja Vučić
(Serbian Cyrillic: Сања Вучић; Serbian pronunciation: [sâɲa ʋûtʃitɕ], born 8 August 1993) is a Serbian singer. She is best known for being the lead vocalist of the Serbian band ZAA and represented Serbia
Serbia
at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 with the song "Goodbye".[1]

Contents

1 Life and career

1.1 Early career 1.2 ZAA 1.3 Personal life

2 Discography

2.1 Singles

2.1.1 As lead artist 2.1.2 As featured artist

2.2 Television

3 References

Life and career[edit] Early career[edit] She finished both primary and secondary music school in Kruševac, at the department of opera singing. During her studies, she sang in various ensembles, ranging from the band performing ethno music Bele vile, to the town jazz orchestra, and in the church choir Saint Prince Lazar.[2] ZAA[edit] The band ZAA was founded in Kruševac
Kruševac
in 2008 and Vučić joined in April 2012. Their music is a mix of styles from ska music and dub, to post-rock, jazz and punk. They have performed in over 200 cities throughout the former Yugoslavia, and also performed in Austria, Czech Republic and Hungary. The band has participated in numerous festivals, like Exit, Nišville, and Reggae
Reggae
Serbia
Serbia
fest.[3] As a member of ZAA, Vučić has made one album called "What About" (2014). Personal life[edit] She currently lives in Belgrade, where she attends the Faculty of Philology, Department of Arabic Language and Literature. She speaks Serbian, English, Italian, Spanish, and Arabic. Discography[edit] Singles[edit] As lead artist[edit]

Year Title Album

2016 " Goodbye (Shelter) / Iza osmeha" (as "ZAA" Sanja Vučić)[4] Non-album single

As featured artist[edit]

Year Title Album

2014 "Underground Riot" (Y.O.X feat. Sanja) Non-album singles

"Želje" (Mr.Rabbit feat. Sanja)

2017 "Genesis" (Meta feat. Sanja) Non-album singles

"Rezervisano" (Djexon feat. Sanja)

Television[edit]

Title Year Notes

Eurovision Song CZ[5] 2018 International jury member

References[edit]

^ Leon, Jakov I. (7 March 2016). "ZAA to represent Serbia
Serbia
with "Goodbye"". eurovision.tv. European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 7 March 2016.  ^ " Sanja Vučić
Sanja Vučić
– biography" (PDF). rts.rs. 5 March 2016.  ^ "ZAA Bio". ZAA Official Site. 5 March 2016.  ^ ""ZAA" Sanja Vučić* - Goodbye (Shelter)". Discogs. Retrieved 13 March 2018.  ^ Weaver, Jessica (22 January 2018). "Czech Republic: ČT reveals international jury members for 2018 national final". esctoday.com. ESCtoday. Retrieved 22 January 2018. 

Awards and achievements

Preceded by Bojana Stamenov with "Beauty Never Lies" Serbia
Serbia
in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 Succeeded by Tijana Bogićević with "In Too Deep"

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  Serbia
Serbia
in the Eurovision Song Contest

Participation

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Artists

2000s

Željko Joksimović No Name No Name Marija Šerifović Jelena Tomašević
Jelena Tomašević
feat. Bora Dugić Marko Kon
Marko Kon
& Milaan

2010s

Milan Stanković Nina Željko Joksimović Moje 3 2014 Bojana Stamenov Sanja Vučić
Sanja Vučić
ZAA Tijana Bogićević Sanja Ilić & Balkanika

Songs

2000s

"Lane moje" "Zauvijek moja" Moja ljubavi "Molitva" "Oro" "Cipela"

2010s

"Ovo je Balkan" "Čaroban" "Nije ljubav stvar" " Ljubav je svuda" 2014 "Beauty Never Lies" "Goodbye (Shelter)" "In Too Deep" "Nova deca"

Competed as Serbia and Montenegro
Serbia and Montenegro
in 2004 to 2005 Note: Entries scored out are when Serbia
Serbia
did not compete

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Eurovision Song Contest 2016

Countries

Finalists (by final results)

Ukraine (winner) Australia Russia Bulgaria Sweden France Armenia Poland Lithuania Belgium Netherlands Malta Austria Israel Latvia Italy Azerbaijan Serbia Hungary Georgia Cyprus Spain Croatia United Kingdom Czech Republic Germany

Semi-final 1

Bosnia and Herzegovina Estonia Finland Greece Iceland Moldova Montenegro San Marino

Semi-final 2

Albania Belarus Denmark Ireland Macedonia Norway Slovenia Switzerland

Withdrawn

Romania

Artists

Finalists (by final results)

Jamala Dami Im Sergey Lazarev Poli Genova Frans Amir Iveta Mukuchyan Michał Szpak Donny Montell Laura Tesoro Douwe Bob Ira Losco Zoë Hovi Star Justs Francesca Michielin Samra Sanja Vučić
Sanja Vučić
ZAA Freddie Nika Kocharov & Young Georgian Lolitaz Minus One Barei Nina Kraljić Joe and Jake Gabriela Gunčíková Jamie-Lee

Semi-final 1

Argo Dalal & Deen feat. Ana Rucner
Ana Rucner
and Jala Greta Salóme Highway Jüri Pootsmann Lidia Isac Sandhja Serhat

Semi-final 2

Agnete Eneda Tarifa Ivan Kaliopi Lighthouse X ManuElla Nicky Byrne Rykka

Withdrawn

Xavier Naidoo Ovidiu Anton

Songs

Finalists (by final results)

"1944" "Sound of Silence" "You Are the Only One" "If Love Was a Crime" "If I Were Sorry" "J'ai cherché" "LoveWave" "Color of Your Life" "I've Been Waiting for This Night" "What's the Pressure" "Slow Down" "Walk on Water" "Loin d'ici" "Made of Stars" "Heartbeat" "No Degree of Separation" "Miracle" "Goodbye (Shelter)" "Pioneer" "Midnight Gold" "Alter Ego" "Say Yay!" "Lighthouse" "You're Not Alone" "I Stand" "Ghost"

Semi-final 1

"Falling Stars" "Hear Them Calling" "I Didn't Know" "Ljubav je" "Play" "Sing It Away" "The Real Thing" "Utopian Land"

Semi-final 2

"Blue and Red" "Dona" "Fairytale" " Help You Fly" "Icebreaker" "Soldiers of Love" "Sunlight" "The Last of Our Kind"

Withdrawn

"Chameleon" "Moment of Silence"

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