Hrvatska traži zvijezdu

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Hrvatska traži zvijezdu
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Format Singer search
Created by United Kingdom Simon Fuller
Presented by Croatia Antonija Blaće (2009-present)
Judges Croatia Tony Cetinski (2009-present)
Croatia Anđa Marić (2010-present)
Croatia Goran Lisica-Fox (2009-present)
Croatia Jelena Radan (2009-2010)
Country of origin  Croatia
Broadcast
Original channel RTL
Original run 2009 – present
External links
Website

Hrvatska traži zvijezdu (Croatian for "Croatia is searching for a Star") is the second Croatian version of Pop Idol and is currently airing on RTL Televizija.

In the first season the competitors were judged by Croatian musicians Tony Cetinski, Jelena Radan and Goran Lisica - Fox. Due to private commitments Radan left in the beginning of the second season and was replaced by Anđa Marić.

Antonija Blaće, famous for participating and hosting the Croatian Big Brother edition is the host of the competition which makes her the first person ever to host the two local versions of these franchises.

Season 1[edit]

Season 1 was aired from February to June 2009 and was won by Bojan Jambrošić.

Finalists (With dates of elimination)
Bojan Jambrošić Winner
Zoran Mišić June 19
Barbara Dautović June 12
Matej Miličić June 5
Carla Belovari May 29
Nikolina Kovačević May 22
Iva Ušalj May 15
Duško Šarić May 8
Sementa Rajhard May 1
Manuela Svorcan April 24
Anđela Poljak April 24

Season 2[edit]

The second season was aired from April to June 2010 and was won by Kim Verson.

Finalists (With dates of elimination)
Kim Verson Winner
Vilibald Kovač June 4
Duje Stanišić May 28
Juraj Jurlina May 21
Jurica Gorša May 14
Maja Malić May 7
Petar Brkljačić April 30
Adrijana Baković April 23
Helena Hunčaga April 16
Dino Antonić April 9

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