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The artist formerly known as D Moll, currently known as D Mol will represent Montenegro at Eurovision 2019. Read on to find out what we thought of their song ‘Heaven’.
D-Mol will represent Montenegro at Eurovision 2019. Find out more about the band with our 10 Things About…D Mol!
Montenegro will host its national final on 9 February. Ahead of their big decision we rate and rank the five songs that will compete in Montevizija 2019!
The Montenegrin Eurovision Selection for 2019 was thrown into doubt when the broadcaster received only 27 song submissions, and only ten of these were deemed eligible fitting the guidelines set out by RTCG. Despite this, the broadcaster today announced which five acts and songs have made their shortlist.
Montenegrin broadcaster RTCG has decided to take a different route for selecting their artist for Eurovision 2018. Since 2012, the nation has internally selected their candidate, however they will relaunch their Montevizija competition to select their artist and song for the 2018 contest.
Montenegrin broadcaster RTCG have reportedly decided a change in tact for Eurovision 2018. Moving away from their internal selection method which they have employed since 2009. The broadcaster will instead launch a remounted selection show entitled Montevizija for 2018.