It’s a case of “no boys allowed” in Montenegro! Earlier today announced that Montenegro’s national broadcaster RTCG will send the female duo of Maša Vujadinovic and Lejla Vulic to JESC with the song “Budi dijete na jedan dan” (Be a child for a day).

As we previously announced, Montenegro is one of the countries debuting at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, which will be held in Malta on the 15th of November.

As you’d expect, the head of the music department of RTCG was full of praise for the two singers.

“Junior Eurovision is a fantastic platform for young musicians to represent their countries, and Maša and Lejla are the perfect choice for Montenegro, based on their talents, knowledge, and experience”

He thinks they blend beautifully and that they will showcase life in Montenegro in their own way with a beautiful song.

Masa and Lejla Montenegro

Maša, 14, and Lejla, 12, both hail from Podgorica. They’ve both won awards at music festivals and, judging from the photo, love purple guitars. 

The girls wrote the lyrics to their song themselves, while famous composer Slaven Knezovic helped them compose it. Their entry will be released in mid-September.

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7 years ago

I bet they can blow everyone’s socks off!!!!!!!!!!!!