Ahead of next month’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Minsk, Eurovoix.com talks to Bojana Radovanovic from Serbia, who will sing “Svet”.
How did you react when you found out you were going to represent Serbia in Junior Eurovision?
When I found out I was going to represent Serbia at Junior Eurovision, I was thrilled. It is a great honour and a great pleasure.
What are you looking forward to doing in Minsk?
I can’t wait to come to Minsk, I heard that it is a beautiful city. I want to get to know the whole city, and I can’t wait to meet my friends from the whole world.
You took part in Pinkove Zvezdice, what was the biggest thing you learned from taking part in the contest?
Besides my singing, I learned to govern the scene, and how to enjoy being on the scene during my performance.
What does “Svet” mean to you?
The song “Svet” represents something beautiful to me. My world is filled with happiness and love. It carries a strong message in which I want to change the world for the better.
What’s the biggest change you would like to see in the world?
I want a world filled with love. I want a world without wars and dying, I want for all the children in the world to be happy, I want them to have their parents, without the hungry or sick ones.
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
I would like to travel everywhere in the world and to meet different people and their cultures, but I am the happiest in my own city, Belgrade, and in my beautiful country Serbia, because my country has good people with big hearts.
How would you describe yourself in three words?
Persistent, worthy, happy.