Bosnia & Herzegovina 2016: the song will not be in English
Luka Popovic (Serbia)
SARAJEVO, BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA – Bosnia and Herzegovina’s entry at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest will be sung in the country’s local languages (Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian), broadcaster BHRT has confirmed.
The entry, performed by Deen and Dalal, will be presented during a special show towards the end of February, which will be attended by the country’s 2012 representative Maya Sar.
The broadcaster also hopes to have special guests including Zdravko Čolić (Yugoslavia 1973) and Goran Bregović (composer of Serbia 2010), however their attendance is still in question.
The title of the Bosnian entry will be revealed during the show. There are currently two working titles.
DID YOU KNOW?
Bosnia and Herzegovina last participated in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012 and stayed home over the past three years due to financial difficulties. Deen, who will be singing alongside Dalal in Stockholm, represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in Eurovision 2004 with the song “In the Disco”, which came ninth in the final.