Jelena Tomašević (jɛ̌lɛna tɔmǎːʃɛv̞itɕ;) Serbian Cyrillic: Јелена Томашевић) (born November 1, 1983 in Negotin, Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian pop singer famed for her strong vocal performances. She has won numerous awards for her songs and represented Serbia at 2008 Eurovision Song Contest], coming sixth with the song "Oro".
Jelena gained notability at the age of eight when she won the children's song contest "Šarenijada" in Kragujevac. After that, she joined folklore group "Kud Abrašević" from Kragujevac. The group toured Europe winning many awards for their dancing while Jelena won awards for her vocals. She was one of the main vocalists for the group. This was her first public performance and with her vocal abilities she captivated many. She performed to a much larger audience in 1994 at the Yugoslav Children's festival in Kragujevac where she won.
Jelena finished Elementary School and Mathematic Gymnasium in Kragujevac. Then she graduated high school also in Kragujevac in 2002. That same year she started studying English (in which she is fluent) at the University of Kragujevac. She has put her studies on hold but plans to graduate one day. She is from the same town as 2007 Eurovision Winner, Marija Šerifović. On 28 August 2011, she married the Serbian actor Ivan Bosiljčić and on 24 January 2012, they had a baby girl named Nina.
First studio album
Released: October 2008
Kad ne bude tvoje ljubavi
Entry for Evropesma 2004
Beovizija 2005, Evropesma 2005
From the film Ivkova Slava
Winner of Beovizija 2008, came sixth in Eurovision 2008 for the host nation Serbia