Montenegro
Montenegro
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Montenegro

Full name
Montenegro
Capital
Podgorica
Participations
11
First participation
2007 (Stevan Faddy)
Victories
None
Hosts
Never hosted
Broadcasters
RTCG

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.

D mol

D mol

Heaven

Participation history

Stevan Faddy
Ajde Kroci
Semi-Final
33 points 22nd
Stefan Filipović
Zauvijek Volim Te
First Semi-Final
23 points 14th
Andrea Demirovic
Just Get Out of My Life
First Semi-Final
44 points 11th
Rambo Amadeus
Euro Neuro
First Semi-Final
20 points 15th
Who See
Igranka
First Semi-Final
41 points 12th
Sergej Ćetković
Moj Svijet
qualified
First Semi-Final
63 points 7th
Grand Final
37 points 19th
Knez
Adio
qualified
Second Semi-Final
57 points 9th
Grand Final
44 points 13th
Highway
The Real Thing
First Semi-Final
60 points 13th
Slavko Kalezić
Space
First Semi-Final
56 points 16th
Vanja Radovanović
Inje
Second Semi-Final
40 points 16th
D mol
Heaven
First Semi-Final
46 points 16th

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