Another former Eurovision artist is our special guest this week, who is hoping for a second time appearance this year. Our National Triple Play takes us to the Balkans, and one of you selects another great fan favourite. Plus, all the latest song contest news…
Montenegro has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 12 times. The country debuted in 2007. Previously it had participated as part of Yugoslavia (both the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 1961 to 1991 and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1992) and as part of Serbia and Montenegro (from 2004 to 2006). The 2005 entrants from Serbia and Montenegro, No Name, were from Montenegro, as were the 1983 and 1984 entrants for Yugoslavia.
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Roberto Bellarosa is a Belgian singer. Bellarosa came to fame for being the first winner of The Voice Belgique. He also represented Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 and finished in 12th place with 71 points. He was born in Wanze into a family of footballers of Italian origin from Vico del Gargano, in the southern region of Apulia. At the age of nine Bellarosa was enrolled by his parents at a school of music in Huy. During choral classes, his teacher was impressed by his voice, and his parents encouraged the young Bellarosa to take extra singing lessons.
|1||Say Yay!||Barei||2016 Spain|
|2||Dance With Me||Zoli Adok||2009 Hungary|
|3||Heaven||D mol||2019 Montenegro|
|4||Inje||Vanja Radovanovic||2018 Montenegro|
|5||Moj Svijet||Sergej Cetkovic||2014 Montenegro|
|6||In Love For A While||Anna Rossinelli||2011 Switzerland|
|7||I Can’t Go On||Robin Bengtsson||2017 Sweden|
|8||Oh My God||Robin Bengtsson & Victoria Voss||2022 Non Contest|
|9||Ooh Aah…Just A Little Bit||Gina G||1996 United Kingdom|
|10||Love Kills||Roberto Bellarosa||2013 Belgium|
|11||My Dream||Thea Garrett||2010 Malta|