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Croatia Returns to Eurovision Song Contest and Selects Nina Kraljić

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Nina Kraljić, the winner of the first edition of The Voice, will represent Croatia at the 61st Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm in May…

Kraljić will perform on 10 May in Stockholm in the first semi-final with the hope of making the final on 14 May. Croatia returns to Eurovision after a 2-year break.

“It is a big honour and it is my pleasure that after two years away from the Eurovision song contest Nina Kraljić, last year’s winner of The Voice, will represent Croatia,” Željko Mesar from HRT confirmed, before adding.

“There was never any doubt about our Eurovision representative. Nina won The Voice – the best voice in Croatia – last year with more one million votes,” he added.

Eurovision audience figures having been quoted in recent years as anything between 100 million and 600 million internationally. It is the longest-running annual TV song competition in the world.

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