Monday, 28 June 2010

Tinka Milinović

Tinka Milinović (born November 27, 1973) is an Bosnian opera singer, international TV star, and recording artist.

Tinka has competed in the pre-selection of Bosnia Herzegovina for the Eurovision Song Contest 3 times. In 2002 with the song Sve Sto Imas Ti (14th), although she didn't won she became very popular in Bosnia Herzegovina after her participation in 2002. In 2003 she participated with the song I’m Never Gonna Fall (12th) and in 2005 with the Ralph Siegel song Sometimes I Wish I Were a Child Again. In 2005 the winner was chosen by 50% televoring and 50% by an "expert" jury. Igor Vukojevic with his song Jabuka won the televoting and Feminnem with their song Zovi won the "expert" jury vote. Tinka came second in both juries. After the voting both Tinka and Feminnem had 20 points but the votes of the "experts" were decisive so Feminnem won, Tinka came 2nd and Igor ended 3rd.

In 2006, Tinka Milinović represented Switzerland as a member of the group Six4one at the Eurovision Song Contest in Athens with the Ralph Siegel song If We All Give A Little which came 16th in the final.

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