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.
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:
Croatia have revealed today that their representative for Eurovision 2018 will be the singer Franka. But that’s not all. The broadcaster HRT have also revealed that she will sing the song ‘Crazy’ in Lisbon.
Croatian representative Nina Kraljic has unveiled her song for Eurovision 2016, earlier today. The song is called ‘Lighthouse’ and you can listen to it below!
It has been widely reported for weeks now in the Croatian media that Croatia would likely most likely select Nina Kraljić as their entry for 2016. It came as no surprise then that Kraljić, winner of Season One of the Croatian version of The Voice (Najljepši glas Hrvatske), was announced earlier today as the Croatian pick.
Croatia have had mixed fortunes at Eurovision. In the 90s and early 00s they racked up six top ten finishes with their best result being in 1999 when Doris Dragović came fourth with song ‘Marija Magdalena’. However in the recent past, since 2010 they have failed to qualify from the semi final every year they competed. Croatia took a break from Eurovision for the last two years but are set to make a return now in 2016.