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Thursday, June 9, 2011

The Winner of JESC 2003

                  The  winner of JESC 2003 was Dino Jelusić. who is a young Croatian singer, musician and songwriter. He was the winner of the first Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003 (JESC), which took place in Copenhagen on November 15, 2003. Dino was born in  Požega (Slavonia), on June 4th 1992 and now lives in Zagreb with his parents, his younger sister Lorena and the toddler Bruno.

               At the JESC he sang "Ti si moja prva ljubav" ("You are my first love") and obtained 134 points. The English version of the song is titled "You Are My One and Only". The performance included playing the piano and dancing as well as singing. 
               Dino is also famous for his popular album release, mainly successful in home country, Croatia. The album, known as No.1 is popular amongst the younger people in Europe, but his success has made it even more popular. Dino is currently planning the release of his 2nd Album (August 2006)which looks to be delayed. Dino has performed since he was very young, appearing in a lot of stages and festivals from 1998. His breakthrough however, was his appearance on Croatian television's Turbo Limach show for children ("Lima,," is Zagreb youth slang for Mali - "little one"), when he was only about 7 years old. Besides his native Croatia, he has performed in cities like Cairo (Egypt), Figueira da Foz (Portugal), Alicante (Spain), Bucharest (Romania), Rimini (Italy) or Kaunas (Lithuania) before going to Copenhagen. Dino also appears frequently on Croatian radio and TV as a special guest for popular stations. 

                He has already had his first full length concert held in the Zagreb ,,alata stadium in September 2004, gathering 6000 fans. In the same year and in the beginning of 2005 he went on a multi-city tour in Australia, entertaining Croatian communities in Adelaide, Canberra, Sydney, and Brisbane. In June 2005, Dino performed as a guest star at the Langeland Music Festival in Denmark — the same country in which he had won the JESC two years earlier. 

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