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|eligible_for = {{Montenegro}}
 
|eligible_for = {{Montenegro}}
 
|participant = 2005,<br>{{Serbia and Montenegro}}
 
|participant = 2005,<br>{{Serbia and Montenegro}}
|nf_participant = <small>Evropesma/Evropjesma</small> 2005,<br>{{Serbia and Montenegro}}<br><small>Evropesma/Evropjesma</small> 2006,<br>{{Serbia and Montenegro}}
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|nf_participant = <small>Europesma/Europjesma</small> 2005,<br>{{Serbia and Montenegro}}<br><small>Europesma/Europjesma</small> 2006,<br>{{Serbia and Montenegro}}
 
|note = <small>They won the national selection in 2006, but after a scandal with the voting of the juries of both entities in the preselection, the country decided to withdraw<small>
 
|note = <small>They won the national selection in 2006, but after a scandal with the voting of the juries of both entities in the preselection, the country decided to withdraw<small>
 
}}'''No Name''' was a [[Montenegro|Montenegrin]] boys band, best known for the controversies surrounding their participation in the national pre-selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. The group made its debut in 2005, with the song "Zauvijek moja" (Forever Mine) (Milan Perić/Slaven Knezović), winning the 2005 Europjesma and thus representing [[Serbia and Montenegro]] in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005. The group fared 7th in the ESC with a total of 137 points, succeeding in obtaining the straight pass to the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 for Serbia and Montenegro. It was founded in 19 November 2003.
 
}}'''No Name''' was a [[Montenegro|Montenegrin]] boys band, best known for the controversies surrounding their participation in the national pre-selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. The group made its debut in 2005, with the song "Zauvijek moja" (Forever Mine) (Milan Perić/Slaven Knezović), winning the 2005 Europjesma and thus representing [[Serbia and Montenegro]] in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005. The group fared 7th in the ESC with a total of 137 points, succeeding in obtaining the straight pass to the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 for Serbia and Montenegro. It was founded in 19 November 2003.
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