The national broadcaster for Montenegro, RTCG has today revealed that their Eurovision entry, "Heaven" will undergo a revamp before it is performed in Tel Aviv.
The general manager for RTCG, Božidar Šundić has said,
"If the structure of the song changes, then it will not fit the video of the Montevizija performance. If we keep the same pace, and verse/ chorus stucture, then we can leave the live performance video as a preview. This way we can save something".
There may be some drastic changes to how it sounds, which may improve its chances when D-Moll sing live in Tel Aviv. There will also be a promotional tour before the contest, which will see the group head to London, Amsterdam and Madrid.
RTCG went on to add that they were happy with the national final, and the result, and that, "Montevizija is better adapted to the viewer which is the goal of the television".
D-Moll were clear winners of the national final, having won the first round of voting, whilst in the super final, they received a massive 68% of the public vote. It is believed their popularity before Saturday's show helped them secure the vote.
D-Moll is formed of six members; Tamara Vujačić, Mirela Ljumić, Ivana Obradović, Rizo Feratović and Željko Vukčević.
It is hoped that this year the country will qualify, having last done so in 2005. They have a dubious honour of only qualifying twice in ten attempts. Could this be the year they make it a third?
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