Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1982
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|Eurovision Song Contest 1982|
|Selection process||Jugovizija 1982|
|Selection date(s)||12 March 1982|
|Selected song||"Halo, halo"|
|Final result||14th, 21 poinst|
|Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest|
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 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.
|Vikend tata, vikend mama||Novi Fosili||53||4th=|
|Julija i Romeo||Srebrna Krila||53||4th=|
|Ne zaboravi me||Seid Memić "Vajta"||54||3rd|
|Kujtimi për ty||Gazmend Pallaska||1||16th|
|Molci, molci||Marjana & Rosana Savić||11||12th|
|To se traži||Indeksi||24||9th|
|Poljubi me||Srđan Marjanović||15||11th|
|Bregu ëndërtar||Bedri Islami||2||15th|
|Ja te razumem||Bata Nonin||3||14th|
|Sve i svašta||Kim||32||8th|
|Noć je stvorena za ples||Sunčeve Pege||36||6th|
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
|6 points||United Kingdom|
Points awarded to Yugoslavia
|Points awarded to Yugoslavia|
|12 points||10 points||8 points||7 points||6 points|
|5 points||4 points||3 points||2 points||1 point|