D-Moll have thanked their mentor former No Name member and Eurovision 2005 participant Danijel Alibabić for his support in preparing for Montevizija.
Speaking this morning on RTCG’s breakfast program, D-Moll have expressed their thanks to the groups mentor Daniejl Alibabić. Emela Franca who won Montevizija yesterday evening as part of D-Moll commented that;
We will make efforts to present Montenegro to the best possible light, and I hope it will appeal to everyone.
The group thanked their mentor Danijel Alibabić who helped to create the group and worked with them ahead of Montevizija. The group who said that they have their all last night, have already been compared in the Montenegrin press to No Name who represented Serbia & Montenegro at Eurovision 2005. The group told CDM.me that;
We are compared with the No Name band, although our mentor Daniel says that we are in a better vocal form than them from that period.
D-Moll is formed of six members; Tamara Vujačić, Mirela Ljumić, Ivana Obradović, Rizo Feratović and Željko Vukčević. The group topped the first round of Montevizija yesterday evening, becoming one of two acts competing in the super final. They went on to win in the super final with 68% of the public vote.
Montenegro debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest as an independent country in 2007, and participated until 2010 when they withdrew for financial reasons. They returned to the contest in 2012, and since then have always chosen their entry internally. Montenegro failed to qualify for the grand final until 2014, when Sergej Ćetković and his song “Moj svijet” placed 19th in the final. Their best result came a year later, when Knez performed “Adio” in Vienna. They have never reached the top 10, with Knez reaching 13th out of 27 countries.