Croatia has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 27 times since making its debut at the 1993 contest. Their entry has since 1993, excluding from 2012 to 2018, been selected at the Dora pop festival, an event organised by the national public broadcaster Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT). Croatia’s best result in the contest is a fourth-place finish in 1996 and 1999. Croatia achieved six top ten results in seven years, with Magazin and Lidija sixth (1995), Maja Blagdan fourth (1996), former Magazin member Danijela Martinović fifth (1998), Doris Dragović (who was 11th for Yugoslavia in 1986) fourth (1999), Goran Karan ninth (2000), and Vanna tenth (2001). Since then, Croatia has failed to reach the top ten.
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Albina Grčić, known professionally by the mononym Albina, is a Croatian singer. She began her career after participating in season three of The Voice Hrvatska where she finished third. She represented Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam with the song “Tick-Tock”.
|1||This Is Love||Demy||2017 Greece|
|2||The Image Of You||Anjeza Shahini||2004 Albania|
|3||Nostalgija||Magazin and Lidija||1995 Croatia|
|4||Divlji Vjetre||Damir Kedžo||2020 Croatia|
|7||If I Were Sorry||Frans||2016 Sweden|
|8||In The Future, I Believe||Jamboree feat. Frans||2022 Non Contest|
|9||Playback||Carlos Paião||1981 Portugal|
|10||Give That Wolf A Banana||Subwoolfer||2022 Norway|
|11||Rhythm Inside||Loic Nottet||2015 Belgium|