|Eurovision Song Contest 2006 entry|
Marko Prentić, Danijel Alibabić,
Dragoljub Purlija, Marko Perić,
Branko Nedović, Bojan Jovović
|◄ "Zauvijek moja" (2005)|
"Moja ljubavi" (meaning "My love") is a pop song by Montenegrin boy band No Name that was placed second in the Montenegrin semifinal Montevizija 2006 and won the Serbo-Montenegrin Eurovision Song Contest national selection Evropesma/Europjesma 2006 with a new arrangement and therefore became the Serbian and Montenegrin entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2006. But, due to the accusations of tactical voting of the RTCG jury members, UJRT decided that Serbia and Montenegro would withdraw from ESC 2006.
From the 2007 contest onwards, Serbia and Montenegro competed individually after the Montenegrin referendum on independence. As such, this entry was succeeded as by Marija Šerifović singing "Molitva" for Serbia and by Stevan Faddy singing "'Ajde, kroči" for Montenegro.