The most pure Balkan song at this years Eurovision Song Contest is arguably the one from Montenegro. Vanja Radovanović sings the ballad ‘Inje’, which appears to be inspired by previous entries that were composed by the great Željko Joksimović. However, Vanja does not see the [read more…]
Vanja Radovanović has won the Montevizija with the song ‘Inje’ and will sing for Montenegro at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. It was the first time since 2009 that Montenegro held a national final instead of an internal selection.
Tonight Montevizija 2018 held their national final organised by RTCG to select Montenegro’s entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. Five entries competed in the televised final and the winner was decided by public vote. You can follow the show along with us on this [read more…]
RTCG, the national broadcaster from Montenegro, has announced five candidates and their songs for the national final of Montevizija on the 17th of February. All five of them are solo artists.
After chosing their act for the Eurovision Song Contest internally since 2009, Montenegro will now have a public national final for the contest in 2018. Broadcaster RTCG confirmed the news this Wednesday.
Slavko Kalezić has released the video for his Eurovision single ‘Space’. RTCG released the video officially this afternoon, and it is now available to view on the official Youtube channel of eurovision.tv and here on ESC Daily!
Slavko Kalezic is in full swing, as he is preparing to represent Montenegro at the Eurovision Song Contest. “I am ready to rock the stage in Kiev,” he tells in a special video message for ESC Daily.
Slavko Kalezić will be the next participant on behalf of Montenegro at the Eurovision Song Contest. In the newspaper Vijesti he talks about his internal selection by broadcaster RTCG: “This is my biggest dream come true.”
Montenegrin national broadcaster RTCG has announced that Slavko Kalezić has been selected to represent Montenegro at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kiev.
Montenegro will completely change its approach to the Eurovision Song Contest in 2017. After internally selecting their acts for seven years in a row, broadcaster RTCG will return to an open selection to choose their act for Kiev.