Croatia have announced that they are to return to their national selection show Dora for 2019. The competition had been used to select their Eurovision song from 1993 to 2011, but was discontinued due to a string of poor results and was replaced with internal selection up to and including this year.
Nineteen acts battled it out in the first of this year’s semi finals for Eurovision. Only ten of them could make it through and the standard was particularly high for this semi final. Find out if your favourite songs made the cut!
The Eurovision 2018 rehearsals continued today with nine more countries taking to the stage in Lisbon’s Altice Arena. Here’s a sneak peak at their performances!
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Many Eurovision fans will know that the 2009 champ Alexander Rybak has returned to the Contest in 2018 with his song ‘That’s How You Write a Song’. However, those who don’t follow the Norwegian singer on social media may not realise that he has been posting videos of him accompanying many of this year’s songs with his own additional violin pieces.
Franka will be the Croatian singer for Eurovision 2018! Check out the lyrics to her song ‘Crazy’!
The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the third consecutive year in 2018. Group C saw Franka, Christabelle, DoReDos, Waylon, Jessica Mauboy and Sevak Khanagyan do battle for Croatia, Malta, Moldova, The Netherlands, Australia and Armenia respectively for the two spots in the next round. You’ve been voting since Sunday, the poll has now closed and now it’s time to reveal the results!
The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the third consecutive year and we move on to the third of our groups Group C. Group C consists of Australia, Netherlands, Armenia, Croatia, Malta and Moldova. Take a look at their songs below and vote for your favourite in our poll!
Get to know the Croatian Eurovision singer better with out 10 Things About…Franka!
Croatia have debuted their Eurovision 2018 song earlier today. The song entitled ‘Crazy’ will be sung by Franka who had been chosen internally by the broadcaster last month. Listen to the song below: