Emilija Kokić

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Emilija Kokić
Emilija Kokić.jpg
Emilija Kokić at Dora 2008
Born (1968-05-10) 10 May 1968 (age 46)
Zadar, SFR Yugoslavia
Occupation Singer
Years active 1980's–present

Emilija Kokić (born 10 May 1968) is a Croatian singer. She was the lead singer of the Croatian pop band Riva, which won the Eurovision Song Contest 1989 for Yugoslavia, with the song Rock Me. Currently Emilija is a solo artist in Croatia. She tried her luck at the national Dora festival, whose winner was to represent Croatia at Eurovision. She came joint 6th at Dora 2008.

At Dora 2011 she was part of the jury and also performed Rock Me.[1]

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Switzerland Céline Dion
with "Ne partez pas sans moi"
Winner of the Eurovision Song Contest
1989
(as part of Riva)
Succeeded by
Italy Toto Cutugno
with "Insieme: 1992"
Preceded by
Srebrna Krila
with "Mangup"
Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest
1989
(as part of Riva)
Succeeded by
Tajči
with "Hajde da ludujemo"