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When Bojana Stamenov steps on stage at the Eurovision Song Contest, she will realise a childhood dream.
What she would not have seen coming is that she would make Eurovision history as the first artist to represent Serbia by singing in English.
The Belgrade-based singer won a public TV vote for her performance of a rousing ballad, Ceo Svet je Moj.
But a decision has been made that official Eurovision expert John Kennedy O’Connor believes could boost Serbia’s chances in the contest.
At the same time, it is a decision that could upset some people: Bojana is likely to sing in English.
Serbian national broadcaster RTS has previously toyed with a similar idea, releasing English promotional versions in advance of the contest.