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Baby Doll

Name:Dragana Todorović
Born:2-10-1962
Nationality:Serbian
   
National Finals:Jugovizija 1983, 1987, 1988, 1991
ESC Entries:Brazil (1991)
   
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Biography

Dragana Todorović (born Sarić), better known as Baby Doll, is a Serbian singer, songwriter and actress. She started her career as the singer of a band called Trakus, but didn’t get too much fame with them. She was a guest vocalist for other artists before she formed another band. In 1983, she released her first solo album. With the song “Rudi”, she participated in the national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time. After this succes, she worked in Egypt for a few years and returned to Yugoslavia in 1986. She won the MESAM music festival in 1988 and got an award in the same festival in 1989 as well. In 1991, she represented Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest. After a four year break, she was able to release her second album in 1995. Baby Doll performed ‘Ruža’ at the 1999 “Child of Tomorrow” charity concert held in Helsinki. She released a total of four albums. In 2009, she appeared in the reality television show Farma and returned for its 2013 and 2015 seasons. In 2017, Bebi was a contestant in the fourth Serbian season of Your Face Sounds Familiar, winning the first episode as Emeli Sandé. The following year, participated in another reality series called Zadruga.

Entries

Country:Yugoslavia
Year:1991
Language:Serbian
   
Artist:Baby Doll
Song:Brazil
Lyrics:Dragana Šarić
Composer(s):Zoran Vracević
Conductor:Slobodan Marković
   
Backings:Aleksandra Kovač
Kristina Kovač
Dancers:W-Ice
Renka
Results 
Points:1
Position:21
Running order:1

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