The Head of Delegation for Montenegro, Sabrija Vulic, is aiming for an expanded Montevizija selection show in 2020.
Sabrija Vulic has revealed to escKaz that he wishes to see the Montenegrin selection expand from five songs to a larger show featuring up to twenty entries. Mr Vulic wants to see the show expand to give new artists a chance to introduce themself to the public and potentially reach the Eurovision Song Contest.
Montevizija returned as the national selection for Montenegro in 2018. The nation had used an internal selection process to determine the nations representative between 2009 and 2017. RTCG has not yet confirmed their participation in Eurovision 2020, nor confirmed that Montevizija will take place next year.
Who are D-Moll?
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, 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.