Serbia & Montenegro

First participation: 1992
Number of participations: 3
Best result: 2nd (2004)
Worst result: 11th last (1992)
Most votes cast to: FYR Macedonia (9.8 points)
Most votes received from: Switzerland, Croatia & Austria (12.0 points)

Year Order by year (descending) Title [ONLY SHOW ESC VERSIONS] Artist(s) Pos. Order by placing Score
2005 Zauvijek moja (Montenegrin) less
Forever mine (English)
Zauvijek moja (*) [alternate] (Serbian) [3:03]
• karaoke version
No Name 7/24 137
2004 Lane moje (Serbian) less
Goodbye (English)
• alternate version (Serbian) [2:59]
• trancefusion remix (Serbian) [4:10]
• eastern mix (Serbian) [4:11]
• ultra remix (Serbian) [5:11]
• instrumental version
• karaoke version
Željko Joksimović & Ad Hoc Orchestra 2/24 263
1992 Ljubim te pesmama (Serbian) less
We can't have our love anymore (English)
Je t'embrasse par mes chansons (French)
Ti bacio con ogni canzone (Italian)
Extra Nena 13/23 44

Non-participating entries

Year  Title [ONLY SHOW ESC VERSIONS] Artist(s) Pos.  Score
2006 Moja ljubavi (Montenegrin) less
• alternate version (Serbian) [2:49]
No Name Ret. -

Prior to 1992 Serbia & Montenegro participated as part of Yugoslavia. The 1992 entry participated under the name Yugoslavia, but represented an area that was effectively identical to the later Serbia & Montenegro.

The State Union Serbia and Montenegro was split into two independent states in 2006, and has subsequently been replaced in the contest by Montenegro and Serbia.