As we previously reported on ESCbubble, Montevizija had received 27 songs but only 10 of them were taken in consideration as valid. Due to a mistake in the English version of the presented rules of Montevizija, where the date for the deadline was November 28th instead of 27th, the presentation jury is going to review all of the applications once again.
The five members of the preselection jury will once again go through all the documents and applications, and verify all the valid ones, which will then go through to the next phase of the competition. In the next few days they will announce how many valid applications have arrived (with the deadline set as 28th of November). They will then listen and score all of those songs, and the best five will then be selected for the televised Final of Montevizija 2019.
Vanja Radovanovic won the last edition of Montevizija, and went on to represent Montenegro in Lisbon. His entry “Inje” unfortunately failed to qualify for the Grand Final. Montenegro achieved its best result back in 2015, when Knez represented his country with “Adio”, and finished in 13th place in the Grand Final.