Croatia: All you need to know about 'Dora' 2022 🇭🇷18 February 2022 at 18:23 CET
📺 TUNE IN: The Dora final will begin at 20:05 CET on Saturday 19 February. Croatian broadcaster HRT will air the show to the nation, and online it can be caught on HRT’s website, or over on their YouTube channel.
After Tick-Tock in 2021, the countdown is well underway in Croatia, as broadcaster HRT is all set to host the performances of the 14 songs which are in contention to fly the flag of the Adriatic nation in Turin. Croatia’s pre-selection Dora returns on 19 February, and will be broadcasting live to the nation from the Marino Cvetković Sports Hall in Opatija.
Hosted by Duško Ćurlić, Elizabeta Brodić and Croatia’s 2018 Eurovision representative Franka Batelić, the song contest will determine Croatia’s Eurovision entry in May.
The 14 competing entries
Earlier this month, HRT announced the running order in which the songs would perform on the night. Kick off your Moja štikla, put your feet up and get acquainted with Croatia’s diverse selection of Eurovision hopefuls which will make Dora 2022 such a special evening of entertainment on Saturday.
Mila Elegović – Ljubav
Mia Negovetić – Forgive Me (Oprosti)
Marko Bošnjak – Moli Za Nas
Jessa – My Next Mistake
Zdenka Kovačiček – Stay on the Bright Side
Tina Vukov – Hideout
Roko Vušković – Malo Kasnije
Bernarda – Here for Love
Erik Vidović – I Found You
ToMa – In the Darkness
Elis Lovrić – No War
Ella Orešković – If You Walk Away
Tia – Voli Me Do Neba
Mia Dimšić – Guilty Pleasure
The winner of Dora 2022 will be decided by the votes of ten regional juries and of the viewers watching at home, with each side accounting for 50% of the result. In the event of a tie, the public vote will take precedence.
It will be the 4th year running that HRT has organised Dora to select Croatia’s Eurovision entry.