Idol (Serbian-Montenegrin and Macedonian TV series)

Idol SCG
Created by Simon Fuller
Starring Dejan Pantelić
Saša Dragić
Petar Janjatović
Biljana Bakić
Mirko Vukomanović
Country of origin Serbia and Montenegro
No. of seasons 1, 2
Original network BKTV (2003-2005)
Original release 2003 – 2005
External links
(With dates of elimination)
Season 1 (2003–04)
Serbia and Montenegro () Cveta Majtanović Winner
Serbia and Montenegro () Aleksandra Radosavljević March 31
Serbia and Montenegro () Dušan Zrnić March 24
Serbia and Montenegro () Milos Zikic March 17
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ljuban Živanović March 10
Serbia and Montenegro () Dušan Petrović March 3
Slovenia Mladen Teodorović February 25
Serbia and Montenegro () Milica Marjanović February 18
Serbia and Montenegro () Tatjana Đorđević February 11
Serbia and Montenegro () Ivana Popović February 4
Season 2 (2005)
Serbia and Montenegro () Mina Laličić Winner
Republic of Macedonia None Nedelkovska May 7
Serbia and Montenegro () Mina Matijašević April 30
Serbia and Montenegro () Mladena Janjić April 23
Serbia and Montenegro () Silvija Nedeljković April 16
Republic of Macedonia Dejan Popov April 9
Serbia and Montenegro () Viktorija Ogrizović April 2
Serbia and Montenegro () Sanja Veličković March 26
Serbia and Montenegro () Ivana Stojković March 19
Republic of Macedonia Nataša Mijatović March 12
Serbia and Montenegro () Marijeta Antić March 5
Serbia and Montenegro () Maja Marjanović February 26

Idol (Cyrillic: Идол) was a reality TV contest produced in Belgrade, Serbia and aired from 2003 until 2005.

Based on the popular British show Pop Idol, it was its local version for young singing hopefuls in the then still existing state union of Serbia and Montenegro. For the second season, Macedonia was added to the mix as well.

Being referred to unofficially as Srpski Idol (Serbian Idol) or Idol SCG in season one, it was considered as Balkan Idol during its second season because of the adding of Skopje as the audition destination resulting in a number of Macedonian contestants making it to into the top 12, however throughout the entire running of the series its official name remained Idol only.

Hosted by Dejan Pantelić, the programme aired on Serbia's BKTV network from late 2003 until May 2005. During that time two seasons were produced, however BKTV decided not to buy the licence for the third one due to financial problems.

In 2010 started first season of Macedonian Idol, only for Macedonia.


For the first Idol series 4 audition were held in the following cities in Serbia and Montenegro:

The second Idol series of added Skopje to the audition tour.

Idol Jury

Finals elimination chart

Season 1

February 4: My Idol
February 11: Disco Night
February 18: Serbian Hits
February 25: Film Songs
March 3: Ballads
March 10: Live Band
March 17: Up Tempo / Slow
March 25: Judge's Choice
March 31: Grand Finale

Stage: Semi Finals Finals
Weeks: 01/13 01/18 01/20 01/25 01/27 02/04 02/11 02/18 02/25 03/03 03/10 03/17 03/24 03/31
Place Constestant Result
1 Cveta Majtanović 1 Btm3 Btm2 Winner
2 Aleksandra Radosavljević 1 Runner-up
3 Dušan Zrnić 2 Btm2 Btm2 Btm2 Elim
4 Miloš Žikić 1 Btm3 Btm3 Btm3 Btm3 Elim
5 Ljuban Živanović 1 Btm2 Elim
6 Dušan Petrović 2 Elim
7 Mladen Teodorovič 2 Btm2 Elim
8 Milica Marjanović 2 Btm2 Elim
9 Tatjana Đorđević 1 Elim
10 Ivana Popović 2 Elim
Female Male Safe Safe first Safe second Eliminated

Season 2

February 26: My Idol
March 5: Disco Night
March 12: Film Songs
March 19: Latino Hits
March 26: Serbian Hits
April 2: Love Songs
April 9: MTV Ultimate
April 16: Rock'N'Roll
April 26: Up Tempo / Slow
May 5: Judge's Choice
May 12: Grand Finale

Stage: Semi Finals Finals
Weeks: 01/29 02/03 02/05 02/10 02/12 02/19 02/26 03/05 03/12 03/19 03/26 04/02 04/09 04/16 04/23 04/30 05/07
Place Constestant Result
1 Mina Laličić IN Btm3 Btm2 Btm3 Btm3 Winner
2 None Nedelkovska IN Runner-up
3 Mina Matijašević IN Btm2 Btm2 Btm2 Elim
4 Mladena Janjić IN Btm3 Elim
5 Silvija Nedeljković Elim WC Btm2 Btm2 Elim
6 Dejan Popov Elim WC Btm3 Btm3 Btm2 Elim
7 Viktorija Ogrizović IN Btm3 Btm2 Elim
8 Sanja Veličković IN Btm3 Elim
9 Ivana Stojković IN Btm2 Elim
10 Nataša Mijatović IN Elim
11 Marijeta Antić IN Elim
12 Maja Marjanović IN Elim
Female Male Safe Safe first Safe second Eliminated
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