Monday, April 5, 2010

Milan jumps in ratings

Belgrade, March, 27. 2010 (Serbia Today) - Milan Stankovic's song "This is the Balkans," which will represent Serbia at Eurovision this year in Oslo, keeps jumping at the music rating charts that accompany this musical competition.

Most European radio stations received the Serbian track ten days ago which also helped the better ratings At the last week's meeting of heads of delegation in Oslo, the order of the performance of countries in both semi-finals is determined . It is interesting that at the beginning of the meeting, our delegation drew the so-called wild card, which includes the privilege of a country that is lucky to be chosen under which the serial number will appear in the semifinals. Given that the first vote in January determined to perform in the first part of the first semi-final 25th May, representatives of our delegation were able to choose from first to eighth position, and have chosen to perform the seventh.

Milan Stankovic has already started a promotional tour of Europe, and so far his performances have been confirmed in Romania, Belgium, the Netherlands and Poland, while the current contract performances in France and Greece. At the first European betting favorite is still Azerbaijan, which is a young singer Safura with "Drip Drop", followed by Israel and Denmark. According betting forecasts "William Hill", Milan Stankovic was the odd position twelfth with 26 quota, which is a big jump from last week when the odds on his victory was over the 50th As for the former Yugoslav republic, Croatia is the best rated, represented by the group Feminnem and which occupies the fifth place with a high 11th quota.

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