Sergej Ćetković, who will represent Montenegro at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, has recently been travelling around Montenegro finishing preparations for both his postcard and his Eurovision music video.
For the past few months, preparations have been underway in the creation of the Montenegrin entry for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen. Recently, Sergej has been travelling to different locations in Montenegro for the filming of his Eurovision music video. Below are some sneak peeks from the shoot.
RTCG, the Montenegrin national broadcaster, have revealed that Sergej’s Eurovision entry has been recorded in both the Montenegrin and English language. Currently, talks are being held to decide which version will be the official version for the Eurovision Song Contest. The song was recorded at a Serbian recording studio in Belgrade. The 2014 Montenegrin entry will make its premiere on the 9 March.
The Montenegrin postcard was also recorded recently, mainly in the city of Cetinije which gives off a distinctive ambiance. According to Sergej’s representative, the postcard will be entitled “Moja zemlja, moja zastava” (My country, my flag) and will make its premiere on the 6 May at the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen.
(2013) Who See feat. Nina Žižić – Igranka
Montenegro debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007 with the song Ajde, kroči performed by Stevan Faddy. Stevan failed to qualify to the grand final, ending in 22nd place in the semi-final. Montenegro have yet to qualify to the grand final with their best result being in 2009 where they ended in 11th place in their semi-final; one place away from qualifying to the grand final.
Last year, Who See and Nina Žižić were internally selected to represent Montenegro at the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö with the song Igranka. Montenegro failed to qualify to the grand final, ending in 12th place in their semi-final.
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