Montenegro: Sergej Ćetković Confirmed

Sergej Cetkovic MontenegroMontenegro – In the worst kept secret of Eurovision 2014 so far, Montenegrin broadcaster RTCG today announced officially that Sergej Ćetković will represent them in Copenhagen in May. Sergej is a popular balladeer / pop singer in the Balkan region.

Sergej Ćetković was born in Titograd, Yugoslavia on 8 March 1976. At only seven years old his first appearance was as a member of the youngest Montenegrin group at that time called Vatrena srca (Passionate hearts). He played piano and sang vocals. He started his main career as a singer in 1998 at the well known festival called Sunčane skale with the song Bila si ruža (You were a rose). Two years after his solo debut, he published his first CD called Kristina in December 2000. In 2007 he completed a sold out tour throughout Serbia and Montenegro.

Checkout some of his previous work:

10 thoughts on “Montenegro: Sergej Ćetković Confirmed

  1. so technically speaking, this was the first artist we knew for esc 2014 even if not officially… i am from convinced, sounds like a typical mainstream sort of soung, what if Montenegro tried to qualify with some underdog after two more than alternative and daring entries?

  2. I think he may be their best chance to qualify.He seems to be a good singer singing mainly love songs.He is a much safer choice than their previous 2 efforts.I hope they’ll finally qualify with a good song.

  3. It sounds like a very… Hari Mata Hari choice by them to me. They obviously wanted to opt for sth totally different than Igranka. I hope I’ll like the song.
    Best of luck.

  4. Μοntenegro has tried many alternative music styles in the contest without having good result. Now they will try to copy the “success-recipe” of their neighbors in the contest by sending an artist who uses to sing love balcan ballads. Unfortunatelly this kind of song is too much overused in the contest and so not successfull always (Croatia 2012, Slovenia 2012), so Sergej has to find something very good to proceed in the contest.

  5. He sounds promising and it is definately a step in the right direction for Montenegro after some very unfortunate attempts lately imo. Waiting eagerly for the song. Good luck !

  6. This was as predictable as the sun rising in the morning. Not the announcement of the singer, but the fact that Montenegro went the ultra safe route for 2014.

    At the very least, stick a space suit on Sergej.

  7. Sounds very ordinary and nothing special. If it’s a good Balkan ballad then it could be great and make it their best result yet, but to be honest I am a little tired of all that is typical for Eurovision. I would like something new for ESC, something different…

  8. It’s just not as exciting if it’s going to be a safe ballad after “Igranka”. Poor Montenegro, they should have been in the final!

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