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Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1997

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 Eurovision Song Contest 1997
Country Slovenia
National selection
Selection processEMA 1997
Selection date(s)22 February 1997
Selected entrantTanja Ribič
Selected song"Zbudi se"
Finals performance
Final result10th, 60 points
Slovenia in the  Eurovision Song Contest
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Slovenia competed in the Eurovision Song Contest 1997, represented by Tanja Ribič and the song "Zbudi se" (Wake up). Ribič was the winner of the 1997 EMA contest, organised by Slovene broadcaster Radiotelevizija Slovenija (RTVSLO).

Before Eurovision

EMA 1997

EMA 1997 was the 3rd edition of the Slovenian national final format Evrovizijska Melodija (EMA). The competition was used by RTV Slovenija to select Slovenia's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 1997.

Competing entries

The competition featured thirteen competing songs written by composers who RTV Slovenija invited for the competition. The composers both created the song and selected the performer for their entry. The invited composers were:

  • Aleš Klinar
  • Danilo Kocjančič
  • Matjaž Vlašič
  • Primož Peterca
  • Saša Lošić
  • Sašo Fajon
  • Slavko Avsenik ml.
  • Veno Dolenc

Final

EMA 1997 took place on 22 February 1997 at the RTV Slovenija studios in Ljubljana, hosted by Mojca Mavec. A public vote selected "Zbudi se" performed by Tanja Ribič as the winner.[1]

Final – 22 February 1997
Draw Artist Song Songwriter(s) Televote Place
1 Natalija Verboten "Nekdo" Matjaž Vlašič, Urša Vlašič 265 12
2 Dominik Kozarič "Zaradi nje" Aleš Klinar, Dominik Kozarič 650 9
3 Tanja Ribič "Zbudi se" Saša Lošić, Zoran Predin 4,493 1
4 Tinkara Kovač "Veter z juga" Danilo Kocjančič, Drago Mislej 574 10
5 Irena Vrčkovnik "Kadar boš ob njej zaspal" Matjaž Vlašič, Urša Vlašič 1,010 7
6 Melita & Klarisa "Daljave" Veno Dolenc, Kajetan Kovič 512 11
7 GROM "Le en poljub" Slavko Avsenik ml., Mirjam Beranek 895 8
8 Napoleon "Prosim ostani" Aleš Klinar, Anja Rupel 1,794 5
9 Katrina "Korak v dežju" Primož Peterca, Rok Golob, Katarina Habe 213 13
10 Rok 'n' Band "Jagode in čokolada" Saša Lošić, Janez Zmazek 2,226 3
11 Darja Švajger "Vsakdanji čudež" Primož Peterca 4,076 2
12 Vili Resnik "Ti in jaz" Sašo Fajon, Vili Resnik 1,521 6
13 M4M "Objemi me nežno" Slavko Avsenik ml., Mirjam Beranek 2,047 4

At Eurovision

At Eurovision Ribic performed "Zbudi se" 6th in the running order, following Ireland and preceding Switzerland. At the close of the voting she received 60 points, placing 10th of the 25 competing entries.

Voting

Points awarded to Slovenia

Points Awarded to Slovenia
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

Points awarded by Slovenia

12 points  Russia
10 points  Italy
8 points  United Kingdom
7 points  Poland
6 points  Sweden
5 points  Spain
4 points  Cyprus
3 points  Estonia
2 points  France
1 point  Ireland

See also

References

  1. ^ "SLOVENE NATIONAL FINAL 1997".

External links

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