Montenegro in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007

Montenegro in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007
Eurovision Song Contest 2007
Country  Montenegro
National selection
Selection process MontenegroSong 2007
Selection date(s) 25 February 2007
Selected entrant Stevan Faddy
Selected song "Ajde, Kroči"
Finals performance
Semi-final result Failed to qualify (22nd)

Montenegro debuted at Eurovision in 2007, having chosen a song and performer on the 25 February 2007 through a new format called MontenegroSong 2007. The Montenegrin public chose Stevan Faddy and the song "Ajde, Kroči" to represent the nation as its first entry.[1] In the competition, ten songs competed with the winner being selected by televoting only.


MontenegroSong 2007

MontenegroSong 2007, the Montenegrin National Final, was the first edition of MontenegroSong and was hosted by Dražen Bauković, Olivera Simunović. There were ten competing songs, all in Serbian, with the order of performance determined by a draw that took place on 18 February where all the songs were performed in a live show. MontenegroSong 2007 was held on 25 February 2007 at the RTCG Studio in Podgorica. The interval acts included performances by Dmitry Koldun (Belarus 2007), No Name (Serbia and Montenegro 2005 and Montevizija 2005 winner) and Alenka Gotar (Slovenia 2007).[1] The winner, Stevan Faddy with the song 'Ajde, kroči, was chosen by tele-voting and therefore represented Montenegro in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki.

Result of MontenegroSong 2007

MontenegroSong 2007 - February 25, 2007
Singer Song Votes Place
1 Marko Vukčević "Svaki Put Me Tebi Vodi" 841 3
2 Crveno i Crno "Luda Sam Bez Tebe" 137 10
3 Grim "Kada Ona Ljubi Te" 573 5
4 Milena Vidaković "Duga" 372 6
5 Nina & Dan Poslije "Anđele" 604 4
6 Rolly "Kad Se Sjetim" 261 9
7 Stefan Filipović "Ne Mogu Bez Tebe" 2842 2
8 Dalibor Dado Đurović "Zašto" 323 7
9 Stevan Faddy "Ajde, Kroči" 4749 1
10 Ivana Radinović "Nemam Snage" 302 8

At Eurovision

Stevan Faddy competed in the semi-final of Eurovision on 10 May 2007. He performed seventh in the competition, following Georgia's entry, "Visionary Dream" by Sopho and preceding Switzerland's DJ Bobo with "Vampires Are Alive". He failed to qualify for the final night, placing 22nd in a field of 28 songs.

See also


  1. ^ a b Gudim, Laura (2007-02-25). "Stevan Faddy for Montenegro!". ESCToday. 

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