Ljiljana Petrović is confirmed dead at the age of 81.
Ljiljana was best known as a Serbian singer ("Neke davne zvezde").
That's kind of scary I looked something up about here suddenly the page said she just died wtf Anyways rip Ljiljan…
Ljiljana Petrović died today?! Oh my god I'm literally mentioning her in my presentation tomorrow
Ljiljana Petrović
BornBosanski Brod, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
OriginNovi Sad
Occupation(s)Singer
Years active1959-1980
Ljiljana Petrović (Serbian Cyrillic: Љиљана Петровић; 1939 – 2020) is a Serbian and former Yugoslav singer. She was born in Bosanski Brod, but was brought up in Novi Sad. In 1961, Petrović represented Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1961 with the song "Neke davne zvezde" (Some ancient stars). Petrović finished in 8th place receiving 9 points.
External links
Ljiljana Petrović on IMDb
Preceded byN/A
Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest1961
Succeeded byLola Novakovic with Ne pali svetlo u sumrak"
vteEurovision Song Contest 1961CountriesFinal(by final results)
Luxembourg (winner)
United Kingdom
Switzerland
France
Denmark
Italy
Norway
Yugoslavia
Spain
Monaco
Finland
Netherlands
Germany
Sweden
Austria
Belgium
ArtistsFinal(by final results)
Jean-Claude Pascal (winner)
The Allisons
Franca di Rienzo
Jean-Paul Mauric
Dario Campeotto
Betty Curtis
Nora Brockstedt
Ljiljana Petrović
Conchita Bautista
Colette Deréal
Laila Kinnunen
Greetje Kauffeld
Lale Andersen
Lill-Babs
Jimmy Makulis
Bob Benny
SongsFinal(by final results)
"Nous les amoureux" (winner)
"Are You Sure?"
"Nous aurons demain"
"Printemps, avril carillonne"
"Angelique"
"Al di là"
"Sommer i Palma"
"Neke davne zvezde"
"Estando contigo"
"Allons, allons les enfants"
"Valoa ikkunassa"
"Wat een dag"
"Einmal sehen wir uns wieder"
"April, April"
"Sehnsucht"
"September, gouden roos"
vte Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song ContestParticipation
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977 to 1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
19921
Artists1960s
Ljiljana Petrović
Lola Novaković
Vice Vukov
Sabahudin Kurt
Vice Vukov
Berta Ambrož
Lado Leskovar
Luciano Capurso & Hamo Hajdarhodžić
Ivan & 4M
1970s
Eva Sršen
Kićo Slabinac
Tereza Kesovija
Zdravko Čolić
Korni Grupa
Pepel in Kri
Ambasadori
1977 to 1979
1980s
1980
Vajta
Aska
Danijel
Vlado & Isolda
1985
Doris Dragović
Novi Fosili
Srebrna Krila
Riva
1990s
Tajči
Baby Doll
Extra Nena
Songs1960s
"Neke davne zvezde"
"Ne pali svetlo u sumrak"
"Brodovi"
"Život je sklopio krug"
"Čežnja"
"Brez besed"
"Vse rože sveta"
"Jedan dan"
"Pozdrav svijetu"
1970s
"Pridi, dala ti bom cvet"
"Tvoj dječak je tužan"
"Muzika i ti"
"Gori vatra"
"Moja generacija"
"Dan ljubezni"
"Ne mogu skriti svoju bol"
1977 to 1979
1980s
1980
"Lejla"
"Halo, Halo"
"Džuli"
"Ciao, amore"
1985
"Željo moja"
"Ja sam za ples"
"Mangup"
"Rock Me"
1990s
"Hajde da ludujemo"
"Brazil"
"Ljubim te pesmama"
1Competed as FR Yugoslavia in 1992Note: Entries scored out are when Yugoslavia did not competeNote: Italic indicates when Yugoslavia participated as a host country
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