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Junior Eurovision: Montenegrin entry “Oluja” to be premiered on Friday!

RTCG has just revealed the release date of its song for Junior Eurovision 2015. “Oluja” (Storm) will be premiered on Friday!

The song presentation will be held during a press conference and cocktail event in Podgorica on 23 October. The song will be premiered together with the official video, which was recently shot across several locations in Budva, the coastal town, and in Njegusi, a smaller village best known as the birthplace of the Petrovic dynasty which has lot of Montenegrin tradition.

“It was very interesting for me during the shoot, but we didn’t have much time for it. Actually we needed to move our shooting days because of the rainy weather – we needed sun so we could have some outdoor scenes! The people behind this video are from television 777, who organized it all,” said Jana about the making of her video.

“Preparations are going well, I am working hard on my choreography and song, so I hope you will be proud of my performance in Sofia,” she continued. “I am thankful to the Lottery of Montenegro (Lutriji Crne Gore) and their organisation which have helped me a lot. This is Junior Eurovision, but people need to be more aware that we as children are also promoters of our countries on this important European event.”. added Jana.

As announced weeks ago, Jana Mirković will perform “Oluja” (Storm) composed by Mirsad Serhatlić, Boban Novović (lyrics) and arranged by Vladimir Graić, composer of some Serbian Eurovision entries like “Molitva” (Winner 2007) or this year’s “Beauty Never Lies” performed by Bojana Stamenov. Milica Cerovic will be in charge of the choreography while Ivana Murišić will design Jana’s costume.

15-year old Jana Mirković was internally selected by RTCG to represent Montenegro at Junior Eurovision 2015 to take place on November 21 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

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