Montenegro: D-moll wins Montevizija 2019

The Montenegrin act for Eurovision Song Contest 2019 was found tonight: The group D-moll won Montevizija 2019 with the song "Heaven"

The national selection Montevizija 2019 was held tonight in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, with five songs competing for just one ticket to Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv.

After two rounds of voting, the group D-moll was selected as winner of Montevizija 2019 with the song Heaven, written by Dejan Božović and Adis Eminić.

Montenegro 2019: D-moll - "Heaven"

In Montevizija 2019 there were two rounds of voting: In the first round all five artists performed their songs and were judged by three different juries and public televoting. The three juries were a "radio jury" (representatives of radio stations all over Montenegro), an international jury, and a professional jury.

The three juries and the public chose two songs to proceed to the Super Final: D-moll – "Heaven" and Ivana Popović-Martinović – "Nevinost". The two songs were performed again, and now it was solely the public televoters who decided the winner of Montevizija 2019.

Montevizija 2019 was organised by RTCG (Radio i televizija Crne Gore). Prior to the contest a committee consisting of professional musicians had the task of selecting the five Montevizija finalists.

Montevizija 2019 – Results

Points from the first round

  1. D-moll – "Heaven" (winner, 17 points)
  2. Ivana Popović-Martinović – "Nevinost" (super-finalist, 12 points)
  3. Andrea Demirović – "Ja sam ti san" (7 points)
  4. Nina Petković – "Uzmi ili ostavi" (4 points)
  5. Monika Knezović – "Nepogrješivo" (4 points)


The six-member group D-moll consists of: Tamara Vujacic (16), Mirela Ljumic (17), Zeljko Vukcevic (18), Ivana Obradovic (18), Emel Franca (18), Rizo Feratovic (21).

The young hopes for Montenegro were brought together by their mentor, Danijel Alibabić.

Their mentor Daniel has represented Serbia and Montenegro in 2005 with the song "Zauvijek Moja", in the group "No Name".

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Montenegro has participated in Eurovision Song Contest ten times since it's debut as an independent country in Eurovision 2007.

Montenegro 2015: Knez - "Adio"

They qualified for the Grand Final two times out of ten: In 2014, with the song "Moj Svijet" by Sergej Ćetković, and in 2015: Knez with "Adio". Knez finished 13th, which is also the best result for Montenegro.

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