CROATIA

"Vukovi umiru sami" - Boris Novkovic feat. Lado Members

"I'm like the leaves, the wind blows me around, wolves die alone"

The Croatian Final was held on March 5th at the HRT TV Studios in Zagreb, hosted by Duško Curlic & Robert Ferlin. Before the final there were two semi-finals - click here for details: CROATIAN SEMI-FINALS 2005 The winner was chosen in two rounds - in the first round the top 3 were chosen by televoting (50%) & an "expert" jury (50%). In the second round the winner was chosen by televoting.

1 Sutra bit ce prekasno Tomorrow it will be too late Ibrica 10

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12th

2 Pa šta So what Emina Arapovic

6

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13th

3 Kako da te volim How should I love you Zanamari 12

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9th

4 Probudi mi ljubav Wake my love up Vesna Pisarovic

4

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14th

5 Ja nemam prava I have no rights 4 asa 11

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10th=
6 Ponesi me Take me away Ivana Radovnikovic 16

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7th

7 Nepobjediva Invincible Jacques Houdek 18

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4th=

8 Ljudi s mora People of the sea Andrea 18

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4th=

9 Bijele zastave White flags Goran Karan 14

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8th

10 Zašto Why Saša Tin Kedzo 11

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10th=
11 Za tebe rodena Born for you Danijela

20

8424

3rd

12 Proljece Spring Luka Nizetic & Klapa Nostalgija 17

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6th

13 Vukovi umiru sami Wolfs die alone Boris Novkovic feat. Lado Members

27

42815

1st

14 Nazaret Nazareth Magazin

26

18141

2nd

Boris Novkovic previously came 2nd in the 1990 Yugoslav Final, equal 7th in the 1994 Croatian Final, 6th in 1995, 11th in 2000 & 3rd in 2002. At the ESC, he was 11th. Vesna Pisarovic represented Croatia in ESC 2002. 4 asa included Vlado Kalember who represented Yugoslavia in ESC 1984 & Rajko Dujmic who was a member of the group 'Novi Fosili' that represented Yugoslavia in 1987. Goran Karan represented Croatia in ESC 2000. Danijela represented Croatia in ESC 1995 ESC as lead singer of Magazin & in 1998. Magazin represented Croatia in ESC 1995.

BULGARIAN NATIONAL FINAL 2005

2005 NATIONAL FINALS