Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000

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Eurovision Song Contest 2000
Country  Croatia
National selection
Selection process Dora 2000
Televoting
Selection date(s) Final
19 February 2000
Selected entrant Goran Karan
Selected song "Kad zaspu anđeli"
Finals performance
Final result 9th, 70 points
Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest
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Croatia selected its entry for the 2000 Eurovision Song Contest through the "Dora 2000" national contest, which was organised by the Croatian national broadcaster Hrvatska radiotelevizija (HRT) and held on 19 February 2000 in Opatija. The winner was Goran Karan with "Kad zaspu anđeli".

Dora 2000[edit]

The national contest consisted of a televised final with 26 songs. The songs were pre-selected from a public call for submissions from songwriters and composers. The placings in the final were determined by televoting.

Dora 2000, held on 19 February 2000 in Opatija
Draw Artist Song Place Pts
1 Zorana Šiljeg "Mogla bih te voljeti" 13 14
2 Boris Novković "Oprostit' ćemo sve" 11 33
3 Andrea Bošnjak "Vjerujem ti sve" 23 0
4 Izabela & Stijene "Sama među zvijezdama" 18 8
5 Dea "I want to fly" 20 4
6 Alen Vitasović "Ja ne gren" 9 63
7 Tajna veza "Samo ti i ja" 23 0
8 Giuliano "Srna i vuk" 3 160
9 Josip Katalenić "Put u raj" 10 44
10 Renata Sabljak "Za tebe živjeti" 15 13
11 Tina & Nikša "Nikome nije dobro kao nama" 12 30
12 Minea "Što bi mi" 16 12
13 Two much "Oblake sada pokreni" 18 8
14 Severina "Daj mi daj" 8 64
15 Dogan Family "Kad se voli" 17 11
16 Cronika "Hrvatska rapsodija" 5 101
17 Teens "Hajde reci što" 4 116
18 Vanna "Kao rijeka" 2 164
19 Vesna Pisarović "Ja čekam noć" 6 90
20 Goran Karan "Ostani" 1 172
21 Anita Horvatić "Dobro, bolje, najbolje" 23 0
22 Alen Nižetić "Hrabro srce" 20 4
23 Jozefina & Trio Rio "Love Me Tonight" 22 3
24 Putokazi "Helleya, planet Nova Zemlja" 6 90
25 Joy "Baby" 13 14
26 Vesna Ivić "Idi" 23 0

At Eurovision[edit]

Goran Karan competed for Croatia the Eurovision contest on 13 May 2000 in Stockholm, Sweden, and finished 9th with 70 votes.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • Dora 2000 at the Eurofest Croatia website (Croatian)