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Cveta Majtanović

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Birth name  Cveta Majtanovic
Name  Cveta Majtanovic
Role  Singer
Instruments  Vocals
Record label  Sony BMG
Years active  2003-present

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Born  March 31, 1986 (age 29)Novi Sad, Serbia (1986-03-31)
Labels  Jazzboy Production of Sony BMG; Automatik Records
Albums  Pogledaj u sutra, Cveta Majtanovic - Pogledaj U Sutra
Genres  Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Electro
Similar People  Adnan Babajic, Mirna Radulovic, Drum\'n\'Zez, Ana Stajdohar, Tatjana Dordevic

Occupation(s)  Singer, Psychologist

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Cveta Majtanović (Serbian: Цвета Мајтановић) (born March 31, 1986 in Novi Sad, Serbia) is a Serbian singer who rose to popularity after winning Idol Serbia-Montenegro & Macedonia, the Serbian version of Pop Idol, shown on BKTV.


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During 2004, she went to London, gave interviews to different UK magazines, and met with Idol license holders Freemantle Media. In the summer of 2004, she shot a video for "Stop" and "Nisam ista" ("I'm not the same"), songs which were later published on a maxi-single promotional CD. After this, she had concerts across Serbia and Montenegro with ten Idol finalists. In August 2004 she went to the Sony BMG Production Studios, BMG Poland, in Warsaw, whose producer Bogdan Kondracky was signed as a producer of the CD. English and Serbian version of CD were recorded.

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It was announced in January 2006 that Majtanović had signed with Automatik Records.

In December 2006, Serbian radio festival Radijski Festival and the promotion of the song "Pop Trash".

The album Pogledaj u sutra was released in February 2007.

In December 2007, Serbian Beovizija festival and promotion of the new song "Iznad nas" with Studio Alektik quartet.

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Idol performances

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  • Novi Sad auditions: "Not That Kind" by Anastacia
  • Semi-finals: "I Learned From The Best" by Whitney Houston
  • Top 10: "I'm Outta Love" by Anastacia
  • Top 9: "Free" by Ultra Naté
  • Top 8: "Barakuda" by Viktoria
  • Top 7: "Young Hearts Run Free" by Kym Mazelle
  • Top 6: "Sleeping Satellite" by Tasmin Archer
  • Top 5: "Hot Stuff" by Donna Summer
  • Top 4: "No More Drama" by Mary J. Blige
  • Top 4: "Don't Let Me Get Me" by Pink
  • Top 3: "Stop!" by Sam Brown
  • Top 3: "Nađi me" by Oktobar 1864
  • Grand Final: "Nisam ista"
  • Grand Final: "If You Could Read My Mind" by Stars on 54
  • Grand Final: "Kao so u moru" by Aleksandra Radović
  • TV

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    In 2007, Majtanović hosted the reality show Velika trka Inđijanapolisa (Big Race of Indjijanapolis), which was shown on Fox televizija. The show aired for six weeks. It was essentially an elaborate ticket contest for the upcoming Red Hot Chili Peppers concert in Inđija, and featured RHCP fans who had to accomplish different tasks in order to earn VIP tickets for the concert. It was similar to The Amazing Race, except that it lasted only one day.

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    During 2007-2008, she went to Zurich, Switzerland, where she also hosted and directed TV shows in U2 TV, Schlieren.

    In 2009-2010, Majtanović was the president of the jury on the music reality show Stars, on Kosava TV.


  • Nisam Ista/Things Are Going My Way (2005)
  • Pogledaj u Sutra/Look to the Future (2007)
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    Gde JePogledaj u sutra · 2007
    Pogledaj U SutraPogledaj u sutra · 2007


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