After recently revealing the running order for DORA 2022, HRT has now confirmed that the 14 competing entries for this year’s competition will be revealed on February 10, ahead of its final on February 19.
Entries to be released “IN FULL”
On February 10, the 14 competing entries for this year’s competition will premiere in ‘Svijet diskografije’ on HR2, and then they will be made available on HRT’s website afterward. This is the first time since 2019 when the entries have been made available in full prior to the competition.
The running order and the competing entries for this year’s competition are as follows:
|2||Mia Negovetić||“Forgive Me (Oprosti)”|
|3||Marko Bošnjak||“Moli Za Nas”|
|4||Jessa||“My Next Mistake”|
|5||Zdenka Kovaćićek||“Stay On The Bright Side”|
|7||Roko Vušković||“Malo Kasnije”|
|8||Bernarda||“Here For Love”|
|9||Eric||“I Found You”|
|10||ToMa||“In The Darkness”|
|11||Elis Lovric||“No War”|
|12||Ella Orešković||“If You Go Away”|
|13||Tia||“Voli Me Do Neba”|
|14||Mia Dimšić||“Guilty Pleasure”|
Croatia’s Eurovision Journey
Croatia has been a part of the Eurovision family since 1961, as part of Yugoslavia. Ten Croatian artists went on to represent Yugoslavia in the Contest – the most famous of which being Riva, who gave Yugoslavia its only win in 1989. The 1990 Contest was held in Zagreb as a tribute to their Croatian heritage.
Croatia debuted in the Contest as an independent nation in 1993 with the band Put and their song “Don’t Ever Cry”. Since then, Croatia has gone on to score as high as 4th place in 1996 and 1999. Last year, Albina won Dora 2021 to represent Croatia at the Contest in Rotterdam with her song “Tick-Tock”. However, despite finishing 10th in both the jury and the televote, Albina failed to qualify for the final, finishing with a total of 110 points.
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