The Junior Eurovision Song Contest is the main spectacle at the moment with the show set to take place tomorrow evening but in the meantime, an ex-Yugoslav nation in the form of Bosnia & Herzegovina have just decided to confirm their participation in the 2011 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest set to take place within the city of Düsseldorf in Germany. The nation has always managed to reach good results and was close to victory on one or two occasions as well so it will surely be interesting to see what they come up with.
The broadcaster responsible for the participation in the event, BHRT, has announced that the song for next years’ event will be presented on the 20th February 2011. The nation will be vying to keep their qualification record at a 100% having been one of the four countries to have made it to the final in every edition organised thus far. The people will get to know more details about the national selection procedure and the song within the coming week so keep your eyes open. The show will surely be entitled “BH Eurosong 2011” and as already stated will take place on a Sunday. The nation has always been rewarded for their very best of entries given the “Marcel Bezençon Composer Award” for the best composition for Bistra Voda, their 2009 entry as well as Lejla in 2006 which had finished as the second runner-up.