2000 and Whatever – Croatia

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. In collaboration with ESCDaily, we will be reviewing some of their 21st Century…

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Best of the Bunch: The Trials – Croatia

Through our Best of the Bunch series, we gave a recap on the Eurovision entries from 2006 to 2015 and gave you the opportunity to choose your Best of the Bunch. As you may remember, the current Best of the Bunch winners were put into our ‘Ultimate Eurovision’ but it’s time to see which of…

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2017 Eurovision Review – Croatia

Croatia are neither here nor there when it comes to Eurovision, and over the years they haven’t always made a huge impact at the contest. Last year, the nation sent Nina Kraljić, a singer with a beautiful voice and a beautiful song which admittedly should have done better in the final. This year, Croatia went…

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Croatia Premieres Jacques Houdek’s Eurovision Entry!

Only a few weeks back, we learnt that Jacques Houdek would be representing Croatia at this year’s Eurovision in Kyiv. Eurovision fans then learnt that the song that he would be singing is called My Friend, and at the time of this announcement, it was also announced that an online campaign would run in parallel…

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Jacques Houdek to sing My Friend in Kyiv!

Last week we reported that Croatia had internally selected Jacques Houdek as their Eurovision participant for 2017, and today the Croatian broadcaster HRT has announced that Jacques will be singing a song called My Friend. Behind the song itself, a campaign has been created in order to bring people together and promote friendship, respect and…

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Croatia Internally Selects Jacques Houdek!

More news of internally selected artists, this time from Croatia, where the Croatian broadcaster HRT has now officially announced that Jacques Houdek will be flying the Croatian flag at Eurovision in May. The song that he will sing is yet to be released, however will be released soon. Jacques, whose birth name is Zeljko, is…

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