Sami: Sergej Cetkovic is a great singer, but his first rehearsal was a hot mess. I’m not a big fan of roller-skating and I don’t know how it connects with the song. And what’s the deal with the backing-vocalists standing in a row? I think it looks little weird. I would’ve loved to see some instruments on the stage, even it could have been little too “Nije Ljubav Stvar“.

Billy: Montenegro keeps it elegant. I really like the background graphics, which are exotic and beautiful (could easily suit Romania’s 2009 “Balkan Girls”). They are, though, slightly irrelevant to the entry. I love that Montenegro will have skating on stage, which reminds me of Russia back in 2008. The song may go unnoticed, but its presentation is great!

Wiwi: Sergej has a big voice, but during today’s rehearsal he didn’t really have the stage presence to match. The cameras we saw in the arena frequently caught him with awkward facial expressions during the instrumental section. It’s almost as if he didn’t know what to do. I’m sure the team will sort him out before his next rehearsal. This song deserves to do well!

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10 years ago


Montenegro has a better song than your country, Their song is boring as fuck, Moj Svijet is a class Balkan song. And i love Balkan ballads.

10 years ago

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Azerbaijan 2015.Azerbaijan show 10000000 time better !!!