Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1982

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Eurovision Song Contest 1982
Country Yugoslavia
National selection
Selection processJugovizija 1982
Selection date(s)12 March 1982
Selected entrantAska
Selected song"Halo, halo"
Finals performance
Final result14th, 21 poinst
Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest
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Yugoslavia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 with the song "Halo, Halo" performed by Aska. They were selected in national final called Jugovizija 1982.

Jugovizija 1982[edit]

Jugovizija 1982 took place on 12 March 1982 at the TV Studios in Ljubljana. The presenter of the show was Miša Molk. The winner of the national final was selected by 6 state, and 2 autonomous area juries.

Order TV Station Title Artist Points Place
1 Socialist Republic of Croatia
TVZg
Vikend tata, vikend mama Novi Fosili 53 4th=
2 Socialist Republic of Croatia
TVZg
Julija i Romeo Srebrna Krila 53 4th=
3 Socialist Republic of Montenegro
TVTg
Balerina Makadam 34 7th
4 Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
TVSa
Ne zaboravi me Seid Memić "Vajta" 54 3rd
5 Socialist Republic of Serbia
TVPr
Kujtimi për ty Gazmend Pallaska 1 16th
6 Socialist Republic of Macedonia
TVSk
Molci, molci Marjana & Rosana Savić 11 12th
7 Socialist Republic of Serbia
TVBg
Halo, halo Aska 60 1st
8 Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
TVSa
To se traži Indeksi 24 9th
9 Socialist Republic of Montenegro
TVTg
Poljubi me Srđan Marjanović 15 11th
10 Socialist Republic of Slovenia
TVLj
Irena Oliver Antauer 9 13th
11 Socialist Republic of Serbia
TVPr
Bregu ëndërtar Bedri Islami 2 15th
12 Socialist Republic of Slovenia
TVLj
Bistro Hazard 20 10th
13 Socialist Republic of Serbia
TVNS
Ja te razumem Bata Nonin 3 14th
14 Socialist Republic of Serbia
TVBg
Sve i svašta Kim 32 8th
15 Socialist Republic of Macedonia
TVSk
Julija Maja Odžaklievska 57 2nd
16 Socialist Republic of Serbia
TVNS
Noć je stvorena za ples Sunčeve Pege 36 6th

At Eurovision[edit]

On the night of the contest Yugoslavia performed 14th, following Denmark and preceding Israel. At the close of voting it had received 21 points (including maximum 12 points from Sweden), placing 14th out of 18 countries. The Yugoslav jury awarded its 12 points to contest winners Germany.

Aska's poor result attracted overwhelming criticism from the Yugoslav media.

Points awarded by Yugoslavia[edit]

12 points  Germany
10 points   Switzerland
8 points  Ireland
7 points  Belgium
6 points  United Kingdom
5 points  Cyprus
4 points  Austria
3 points  Israel
2 points  Sweden
1 point  Spain

Points awarded to Yugoslavia[edit]

Points awarded to Yugoslavia
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point