SERBIA E MONTENEGRO – JESC


Serbia and Montenegro in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

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Serbia and Montenegro
Serbia and Montenegro

Member station RTSRTCG
National selection events Junior Beovizija (2005)
Participation summary
Appearances 1
First appearance 2005
Last appearance 2005
Best result
Worst result
External links
Serbia and Montenegro’s page at Eurovision.tv
Song contest current event.png For the most recent participation see
Serbia and Montenegro in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005

The participation of Serbia and Montenegro in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was the one and only participation during the country’s existence. In 2005 the country sent its only entry to the contest, with Filip Vučić representing the country with “Ljubav pa fudbal”, which finished 13th for the country. Following the country’s dissolution in 2006, Serbia continued to participate in the contest, debuting in 2006Montenegro participated in the 2014 contest.

Before Junior Eurovision[edit]

On 2 August 2005, it was announced that Serbia and Montenegrowere to make their debut at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005,[1] at the Ethias Arena in HasseltBelgium on 26 November 2005.[2] The national broadcasters Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) and Radio Televizija Crne Gore (RTCG) who are members of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) was responsible for their debut participation in what would become the one and only time they would competed as a nation in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest,[3] prior to the Montenegrin independence referendum in 2006.[4]

Following the dissolution of Serbia and Montenegro, both would go on to compete at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest as Serbia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest from 2006,[5] and Montenegro in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest from 2014.[6] Neustrašivi učitelji stranih jezika went on to being Serbia’s first participant in 2006 as an independent nation,[5] whilst child-duo Maša Vujadinović and Lejla Vulić represented Montenegro in 2014.[7]

Junior Beovizija 2005[edit]

A national selection event entitled Junior Beovizija took place on 29 September 2005, which saw eighteen entries compete to become the first and last participant for Serbia and Montenegro. Filip Vučić won the national final with the song “Ljubav pa fudbal”, achieving a score of fifty-eight points.[8]

Table key

 1st place   2nd place   3rd place   Last place

Draw[8] Artist[8] Song[8] Language Points[8] Place[8]
01 Katarina Ostojić “Košava” (кошава) Serbian 1 18
02 Tea Kostić Janković “U snežnoj noći” (У снежној ноћи) Serbian 17 10
03 Nevena Majdevac “Da sam dobra vila” (Да сaм добра вила) Serbian 17 10
04 Filip Vučić “Ljubav pa fudbal” Montenegrin 58 1
05 Darja Sreckovic “Sećanja” (Сећања) Serbian 6 15
06 Aleksandra Mitrović “Slanik i salveta” (Сланик и салвета) Serbian 17 10
07 Jana Škobić and Andrea Osterbenk “Sta je sreća” (Шта је срећа) Serbian 3 16
08 Filip and Vladimir Čabak “Neznalica” (Незналица) Serbian 19 9
09 Sanja Jovanović “Zvezdin Sjaj” (Звездин сјај) Serbian 40 3
10 Marija Ugrica “Geografija” (Географија) Serbian 10 13
11 Stefan Đoković “Pesma otvara vrata” (Песма отвара врата) Serbian 23 8
12 Kristina Mihajlovski “Tragom zvezda snenih” (Трагом звезда анених) Serbian 54 2
13 Jovan Jovović “Grade moj” (Гранде мој) Serbian 33 6
14 Filip Trajanovski “Ti uvek bićeš moja” (Ти увек бићеш моја) Serbian 34 5
15 Danica Zečević “Uzalud su snovi” (Узалуд су снови) Serbian 8 14
16 Olivera Vitorović “Pčelica i med” (Пчелица и мед) Serbian 28 7
17 Anđela Đurovic “Noc puna želja” (Ноћ пуна жеља) Serbian 35 4
18 Firuca Cina “Šta sanjaju dečaci” (Шта сањају дечаци) Serbian 3 16

Artist and song information[edit]

Serbia and Montenegro “Ljubav pa fudbal”
Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005 entry
Country
Artist(s)
Filip Vučić
Languages
Composer(s)
Filip Vučić
Lyricist(s)
Filip Vučić
Finals performance
Final result
13
Final points
29

Filip Vučić[edit]

Filip Vučić (born 11 July 1995) is a Montenegrin singer from Niksic.[9] He represented Serbia and Montenegro at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005 in their only appearance as a nation at the contest.[5]

At Junior Eurovision[edit]

At the running order draw which took place on 17 November 2005, Serbia and Montenegro were drawn to perform tenth during the live televised final on 26 November 2005, following Netherlands and preceding Latvia.[9]

Participation[edit]

Table key

 1st place   2nd place   3rd place   Last place

Year Artist Song Language Place[10] Points[10]
2005 Filip Vučić “Ljubav pa fudbal” Montenegrin 13 29
Participated as Serbia from 2006
Participated as Montenegro from 2014

Voting[edit]

Points awarded to Serbia and Montenegro[edit]

During the voting presentation at the 2005 contest, Serbia and Montenegro received the following points:[10]

12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

Points awarded by Serbia and Montenegro[edit]

During the voting presentation at the 2005 contest, Serbia and Montenegro awarded their points as follows:[10]

12 points  Spain
10 points  Macedonia
8 points  Belarus
7 points  Romania
6 points  Croatia
5 points  Denmark
4 points  Greece
3 points  Norway
2 points  Latvia
1 point  Russia
0 points
Notes
1.^ The European Broadcasting Union awarded all entrants the maximum 12 points prior to the awarding of the remaining points from each of the participating countries.

Commentators and spokespersons[edit]

The contests are broadcast online worldwide through the official Junior Eurovision Song Contest website junioreurovision.tv and YouTube. In 2015, the online broadcasts featured commentary in English by junioreurovision.tv editor Luke Fisher and 2011 Bulgarian Junior Eurovision Song Contest entrant Ivan Ivanov.[11] The broadcasters from Serbia and Montenegro, RTS and RTCG, sent their own commentators to the contest in order to provide commentary in the Serbian language (for RTS) and Montenegrin language (for RTCG). Spokespersons were also chosen by the national broadcaster in order to announce the awarding points from Serbia and Montenergo. The table below list the details of each commentator and spokesperson since 2005.

Year(s) Commentator Spokesperson
2005 Duška Vučinić-Lučić TBC
From 2006 as Serbia
From 2014 as Montenegro

 

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