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Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003

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 Eurovision Song Contest 2003
Country Slovenia
National selection
Selection processEMA 2003
Selection date(s)15 February 2003
Selected entrantKarmen Stavec
Selected song"Nanana"
Finals performance
Final result23rd, 7 points
Slovenia in the  Eurovision Song Contest
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Slovenia entered the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, represented by Karmen Stavec with the song "Nanana". The song, performed in Slovene as "Lep poletni dan" (A beautiful summer day), was the winner of the Slovene national final, EMA 2003.

Before Eurovision

EMA 2003

EMA 2003 was the 8th 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 2003.

Competing entries

88 entries were received by RTV Slovenija during a submission period. An expert committee consisting of Armando Šturman, Martin Žvelc, Branka Kraner and Aleš Strajnar selected sixteen artists and songs for the competition from the received submissions.

Final

EMA 2003 took place on 15 February 2003 at the Gospodarsko Razstavisce in Ljubljana, hosted by Miša Molk and Peter Poles. The winner was selected over two rounds of voting. In the first round, the combination of points from a public vote and a five-member jury panel selected the top three entries to proceed to the superfinal: "Lep poletni dan" performed by Karmen Stavec, "Prvič in zadnjič" performed by Nuša Derenda and "Poglej me v oči" performed by Alenka Godec. The jury consisted of Andi Knoll, Marija Naumova, Paul de Leeuw, Drago Ivanuša and Branka Kraner. The favourite of the public vote, Bepop, was eliminated after receiving no points from the jury. In the superfinal, a public vote selected "Lep poletni dan" performed by Karmen Stavec as the winner.

Final – 15 February 2003
Draw Artist Song Songwriter(s) Jury Televote Total Place
1 Jadranka Juras "Sedmi čut" Štefan Miljevič, Jadranka Juras 1 920 1 2 12
2 Ana Dežman "Mlado srce" Dušan Velkaverh, Jure Robežnik 0 1,532 3 3 11
3 Folkrola & Nina "Ujemi me" Samo Javornik 0 878 0 0 13
4 Bepop "Ne sekiraj se" Primož Pogelšek, Zvone Tomac 0 16,695 12 12 4
5 Andraž Hribar "Letim naprej" Dušan Bižal, Andraž Hribar 5 892 0 5 10
6 Karmen Stavec "Lep poletni dan" Karmen Stavec, Martin Štibernik 6 9,194 10 16 2
7 Nuša Derenda "Prvič in zadnjič" Urša Vlašič, Matjaž Vlašič 7 5,798 8 15 3
8 Alya "Exploziv(no)" Cvetka Omladič, Dejan Radičevič 0 924 0 0 13
9 Marijan Novina "Vse enkrat mine" Marijan Novina 2 1,791 4 6 9
10 Pika Božič "Ne bom čakala te" Anja Rupel, Pika Božič, Aleš Klinar 3 5,207 7 10 6
11 Platin "Sto in ena zgodba" Diana Lečnik, Simon Gomilšek 0 747 0 0 13
12 Jasmina Cafnik "Ti sploh ne razumeš" Drago Mislej, Danilo Kocjančič 0 677 0 0 13
13 Domen Kumer "Tvoje ime" Frenk Nova, Sebastian 4 2,237 5 9 7
14 Polona "Ujel si se" Damjana Kenda Hussu, Matija Oražem 10 1,422 2 12 4
15 Tulio Furlanič & Alenka Pinterič "Zlata šestdeseta" Damjana Kenda Hussu, Marino Legovič 8 1,246 1 9 7
16 Alenka Godec "Poglej me v oči" Anja Rupel, Alenka Godec, Aleš Klinar 12 2,640 6 18 1
Superfinal – 15 February 2003
Draw Artist Song Televote Place
1 Karmen Stavec "Lep poletni dan" 26,714 (51%) 1
2 Nuša Derenda "Prvič in zadnjič" 13,637 (26%) 2
3 Alenka Godec "Poglej me v oči" 12,261 (23%) 3

Gallery

At Eurovision

"Lep poletni dan" was performed as "Nanana" at Eurovision, where it closed to the contest, performing 26th in the running order, following Sweden. The Slovene public were able to vote for the winner of the contest through televoting after all songs had performed.

At the close of the voting, Slovenia received 7 points, 4 from Bosnia & Herzegovina and 3 from Croatia. Slovenia gave the decisive votes of the contest: with Belgium leading Turkey by five points at the top of the scoreboard, Slovenia gave three points to Belgium, 10 to Turkey and 12 to third place Russia, giving Turkey to final victory. As Slovenia failed to reach the top 11 in the final, the country was forced to compete in the semi-final of the 2004 Contest.

Points awarded by Slovenia

Final

12 points  Russia
10 points  Turkey
8 points  Croatia
7 points  Austria
6 points  Sweden
5 points  Norway
4 points  Iceland
3 points  Belgium
2 points  Ireland
1 point  Spain

Points awarded to Slovenia

Points awarded to Slovenia (final)
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

See also

External links

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