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MontenegroSong

MontenegroSong was a pop festival in RTCG. MontenegroSong's first edition was on February 25, 2007. The winner of the competition was decided through televoting. MontenegroSong was disestablished in 2008, after only 2 editions.

History

The festival was founded as Montevizija in 2005. The winner of Europjesma was going to represent RTCG, the Montenegrin national broadcaster. The other semifinal was Beovizija, organized by the Serbian broadcaster. The title MontenegroSong, was adopted in 2007.

Winners

Past winners
Year Singer Song Result
2005 No Name Zauvijek Moja 97 points awarded
2006 Stevan Faddy Cipele 104 points awarded
2007 Stevan Faddy Ajde, Kroči 4 749 televotes received
2008 Stefan Filipović Zauvijek Volim Te

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  • Official Website
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