As of , the Eurovision Song Contest included a semi-final to select 10 countries to progress to the final. The winning song represented the country in the Eurovision Song Contest. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Because of this, RTCG demanded that televoting should only be a part of the decision on who is going to win the competition.
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The first Evrop j esmaheld February 21,in BelgradeSerbiafeatured 24 performers, 19 from Serbia and only 5 from Montenegro.
Serbia and Montenegro in the Eurovision Song Contest - Wikipedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Even before the contest started there were some controversies. The televote placed Beovizija favorites first and second and No Name third.
This page was last edited on 29 Octoberat There were rumors that the televote, which only lasted for 10 minutes, was free of charge in Montenegro and not in Serbia, but it was proven false. In the table above, shaded columns correspond to jurors from Montenegro and italicized rows correspond to songs from Serbia.
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RTCG failed to engage any of the big Montenegro stars that could actually gain televotes to take part in Montevizija.
Retrieved from " https: The song came first in the semi-final, with points, and progressed to the final. Entries scored out are when Serbia and Montenegro did not compete.
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As the UJRT broadcast the semifinal and final, the viewers were able to vote, but only those in Serbia. As ofthe Eurovision Song Contest included a semi-final to select 10 countries to progress to the final.
Retrieved October 11, Views Read Edit View history. RTCG argued that fairly anonymous representatives from Montenegro have little chance against a number of big music stars that generally take part on behalf of RTSand who are usually famous in Montenegro itself.
Serbia and Montenegro in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004
There was some controversy in the national final, in that the Serbian judges did not give a single point to the Montenegrin songs. The winner would be selected solely through televoting. The song came 2nd, behind Ruslana of the Ukrainewith points, meaning that Serbia and Montenegro automatically qualified for the final in the contest.
The Beovizija favorites Flamingosi finished second. RTCG judges voted by awarding few points to any of the Serbian performers, while giving the maximum points the band No Name who also won the televote. Eurovision Song Contest In andBeovizija and Montevizija served as Serbia 's and Montenegro 's semi-finals for Evrop j esma respectively.
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Lebanon Serbia and Montenegro Yugoslavia. After the dissolution of the state union between Serbia and Montenegro, the semifinal contests took over the role of this festival.
Archived from the original on July 22, The members of the Serbian jury didn't give a single point to the songs that represented Montenegro and member of Montenegrin jury didn't give points to winner and the runner up of Beovizija, which caused some controversy.