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Serbia & Montenegro choose No Name

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After separate semifinals in Serbia and Montenegro, the 14 best Serbian and 10 best Montenegrin songs joined each other tonight. No Name won the national final Europjesma – Evropesma 2005 with the song Zauvijek moja and will represent Serbia & Montenegro in the final of the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest.

These are the results of the national final in Serbia & Montenegro:

01 – 84 points | No Name – Zauvijek moja
02 – 54 points | Jelena Tomasevic – Jutro
03 – 51 points | Ogi – Hajde cico
04 – 50 points | Stevan Fedi – Utjeha
05 – 42 points | Andrea Demirovic – Sta ce mi dani
06 – 35 points | Andrijana Bo�ović – Sve ti boje dobro stoje
06 – 35 points | Marko Vukčević – Govor tijela
08 – 30 points | Maja Mitrović – Nama treba ljubav
09 – 29 points | Bojan Marović – Svejedno
10 – 25 points | Ana Cvetković – Nevidljiva
11 – 23 points | Marija Bo�ović – Pronađi put
12 – 15 points | Du�an Zrnić – Nebo
13 – 12 points | Ivana Popović – U oku tvom
14 – 9 points | Teodora Bojović – Ti si kriv
15 – 7 points | D�ej & Maja – Pobedila si me
16 – 6 points | Svetlana Raičković – Praznina
16 – 6 points | Koktel bend – Minđu�e
18 – 5 points | Marija �erifović – Ponuda
19 – 2 points | Lu Lu – Bolje da te nemam
19 – 2 points | Biljana Mitrović – Kada ljubav umire
21 – 0 points | Viktorija – Ka�i sestro
21 – 0 points | Tatjana Đorđević – Ko je kriv
21 – 0 points | Ta�a – Dobre devojke

23 instead of 24 songs appeared at the start of Europjesma – Evropesma 2005. Serbian group Luna withdrew from the final. Because of the very bad weather in Serbia & Montenegro, Serbian broadcaster RTS had huge problems with taking over the transmission of the show recorded by Montenegrin broadcaster RTCG.

The 2005 representative for Serbia & Montenegro has been chosen by an eight-member jury (4 members from Serbia, 4 from Montenegro) and by televoting. The Montenegrin boy band No Name topped the final ranking with 84 points (72 from the jury and the maximum 12 points from the televote). No Name consists of Marko Perić, Marko Prentić, Danijel Alibabić, Branko Nedović, Dragoljub Purlija and Bojan Jovović. The group earlier won Montevizija 2005, the Montenegrin semifinal.

Runner-up Jelena Tomasevic finished with 54 points for the song Jutro, composed by Zeljko Joksimovic, last year's representative of Serbia & Montenegro. However, one can say that the eight members of the professional jury were extremely discorded about Jelena Tomasevic' song, awarding her 12, 0, 12, 0, 10, 0, 10 and once again 0 points. No need to add that Jelena Tomasevic won the Serbian semifinal Beovizija 2005 and that the four judges awarding her 0 points were the Montenegrin ones. To be continued!

The national final Europjesma – Evropesma 2005 took place at the RTCG TV studio in Podgorica. Guest stars in the show were the 2005 Cypriot representative Constantinos Christoforou and the Macedonian representative for Kiev Martin Vucic. Both singers sang their Eurovision entry among other songs.

No Name will represent Serbia & Montenegro with the song Zauvijek moja in the final of the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest on 21st May in Kiev.

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