The Croatian national selection is complete, with Mia Dimšić chosen to fly the Croatian flag at Eurovision this year.
Albina Grčić is the winner of Dora 2021 and will represent Croatia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam. The Croatian song is called ‘Tick-tock’.
This Saturday Croatia will select their song and singer for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. Two of the 14 participating acts know what it is like to represent their nation, as they have done it before. Will one of the make a comeback to Eurovision?
Croatian broadcaster HRT announced the 14 participating artists and songs for their national final Dora 2021. The winner of 2020 Damir Kedžo is not on the list and won’t go to Eurovision in 2021. The candidates of 1994 and 2016 are on the list: Tony [read more…]
In recent years Croatia has struggled to qualify for the final, including the past two years. This year, it was up to Damir Kedžo with his song ‘Divlji vjetre’ to turn things around. Is he still the man in 2021, to bring Croatia back the [read more…]
We may not get to see our 2020 favourites take to the stage, but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce on our Eurovision favourites. This series is aimed to discover the team’s favourite entries from the 21st century, from 2001 to 2019.
Damir Kedžo has won the final of Dora 2020 in Croatia after an amazing close voting sequence. His song “Divlji vjetre” will serve as the Croatian entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020.
Goran Karan, the singer who represented Croatia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2000, will not be trying to take part again in 2020. The ‘Ostani’ singer was one of the 16 participating artists at Dora 2020 but later withdrew from the competition.
Roko Blažević has been crowned the winner of Dora 2019 and will represent Croatia with the entry “The Dream”. Roko beat Lorena Bućan and Luka Nižetić to claim the Croatian victory.
HRT will host Dora 2019 tonight which will decide the Croatian entry for Eurovision 2019. Sixteen artists will perform in which the winner will be selected through 50% tele-vote, to 50% regional jury. You can watch the show live via this link. This will require logging-in but live-stream is [read more…]