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Montenegro

Montenegro

Montenegro entered the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2007. Previously the country entered the Eurovision Song Contest as part of Yugoslavia and as part of Serbia and Montenegro. The name Montenegro means "Black Mountain" and the capital city is Podgorica.

Montenegro qualified for the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2014 and repeated this success in 2015 where the country also scored its best ever placing, 13th, with Knez's Adio.
The 2005 entrants from Serbia and Montenegro, No Name, were from Montenegro, as were the 1983 and 1984 entrants for Yugoslavia. No Name finished seventh in the 2005 Grand Final.

Facts

First participation
2007 (Stevan Faddy)
Victories
None
Hosts
None

The basics

Full country name
Montenegro
Capital
Podgorica

Featured participant

Montenegro
Tel Aviv 2019
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Helsinki 2007Stevan FaddyAjde Kroci
Semi-Final3322
Belgrade 2008Stefan FilipovićZauvijek Volim Te
First Semi-Final2314
Moscow 2009Andrea DemirovicJust Get Out of My Life
First Semi-Final4411
Baku 2012Rambo AmadeusEuro Neuro
First Semi-Final2015
Malmö 2013Who SeeIgranka
First Semi-Final4112
Copenhagen 2014Sergej ĆetkovićMoj Svijet
First Semi-Final637
Grand Final3719
Vienna 2015KnezAdio
Second Semi-Final579
Grand Final4413
Stockholm 2016HighwayThe Real Thing
First Semi-Final6013
Kyiv 2017Slavko KalezićSpace
First Semi-Final5616
Lisbon 2018Vanja RadovanovićInje
Second Semi-Final4016
Tel Aviv 2019

Montenegro entered the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2007. Previously the country entered the Eurovision Song Contest as part of Yugoslavia and as part of Serbia and Montenegro. The name Montenegro means "Black Mountain" and the capital city is Podgorica.

Montenegro qualified for the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2014 and repeated this success in 2015 where the country also scored its best ever placing, 13th, with Knez's Adio.
The 2005 entrants from Serbia and Montenegro, No Name, were from Montenegro, as were the 1983 and 1984 entrants for Yugoslavia. No Name finished seventh in the 2005 Grand Final.

The basics

Full country name
Montenegro
Capital
Podgorica

Facts

First participation
2007 (Stevan Faddy)
Victories
None
Hosts
None

Featured participant

Montenegro
Tel Aviv 2019
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Helsinki 2007Stevan FaddyAjde Kroci
Semi-Final3322
Belgrade 2008Stefan FilipovićZauvijek Volim Te
First Semi-Final2314
Moscow 2009Andrea DemirovicJust Get Out of My Life
First Semi-Final4411
Baku 2012Rambo AmadeusEuro Neuro
First Semi-Final2015
Malmö 2013Who SeeIgranka
First Semi-Final4112
Copenhagen 2014Sergej ĆetkovićMoj Svijet
First Semi-Final637
Grand Final3719
Vienna 2015KnezAdio
Second Semi-Final579
Grand Final4413
Stockholm 2016HighwayThe Real Thing
First Semi-Final6013
Kyiv 2017Slavko KalezićSpace
First Semi-Final5616
Lisbon 2018Vanja RadovanovićInje
Second Semi-Final4016
Tel Aviv 2019

The basics

Full country name
Montenegro
Capital
Podgorica

Facts

First participation
2007 (Stevan Faddy)
Victories
None
Hosts
None

Montenegro entered the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2007. Previously the country entered the Eurovision Song Contest as part of Yugoslavia and as part of Serbia and Montenegro. The name Montenegro means "Black Mountain" and the capital city is Podgorica.

Montenegro qualified for the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2014 and repeated this success in 2015 where the country also scored its best ever placing, 13th, with Knez's Adio.
The 2005 entrants from Serbia and Montenegro, No Name, were from Montenegro, as were the 1983 and 1984 entrants for Yugoslavia. No Name finished seventh in the 2005 Grand Final.

Featured participant

Montenegro
Tel Aviv 2019
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Helsinki 2007Stevan FaddyAjde Kroci
Semi-Final3322
Belgrade 2008Stefan FilipovićZauvijek Volim Te
First Semi-Final2314
Moscow 2009Andrea DemirovicJust Get Out of My Life
First Semi-Final4411
Baku 2012Rambo AmadeusEuro Neuro
First Semi-Final2015
Malmö 2013Who SeeIgranka
First Semi-Final4112
Copenhagen 2014Sergej ĆetkovićMoj Svijet
First Semi-Final637
Grand Final3719
Vienna 2015KnezAdio
Second Semi-Final579
Grand Final4413
Stockholm 2016HighwayThe Real Thing
First Semi-Final6013
Kyiv 2017Slavko KalezićSpace
First Semi-Final5616
Lisbon 2018Vanja RadovanovićInje
Second Semi-Final4016
Tel Aviv 2019