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Croatia Misses Out On Eurovision Final Again

Croatia has once again failed to ignite the judges at the Eurovision Song Contest. Last night in Malmo, Sweden the Croatian klapa entry Klapa s Mora failed to qualify for the finals and were eliminated after performing their song Mizerija.

Croatia for the first time entered a klapa group which is a traditional Croatian form of vocal music originating from Dalmatia and on UNESCO’s inscribed list of world intangible heritage of Europe. Critics claim the group, which featured members of a number of different klapa groups, resembled more of a boy band than a traditional klapa group.

We are not disappointed because we done everything we could and gave everything we had. I wish all the finalists all th bet,” said group member Ante Galic to Vecernji list.

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