Croatia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005

Croatia participated in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005. The Croatian broadcaster Hrvatska radiotelevizija (HRT) organised an national final to select the entry, being Lorena Jelusić with the song "Rock Baby".[1]

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005
Country Croatia
National selection
Selection processDječja Pjesma Eurovizije 2005
Selection date(s)3 July 2005
Selected entrantLorena Jelusić
Selected song"Rock Baby"
Finals performance
Final result12th, 36 points
Croatia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest
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Before Junior EurovisionEdit

Dječja Pjesma Eurovizije 2005Edit

Dječja Pjesma Eurovizije 2005 was the third edition of the Croatian national selection, which selected Croatia's entry for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005.

Competing entriesEdit

Artists and composers were able to submit their entries to the broadcaster. An expert committee consisting of Nensi Atanasov, Helena Bastić, Davor Gobac, Željen Klašterka, Mladen Kušec, Marin Margitić and Nika Turković selected ten artists and songs for the competition from the received submissions.[2][3]

FinalEdit

The final took place on 3 July 2005 at HRT's Anton Marti Studio, hosted by Iva Sulentić and Robert Bošković. The winner was determined by regional televoting.[4][1]

Final – 3 July 2005
Draw Artist Song Points Place
1 Kim Verson "Sretno dijete" 23 5
2 Sarah Posavac "San" 8 10
3 Lorena Jelusić "Rock Baby" 36 1
4 Kristina & Valentina Bralo "Pleši" 30 3
5 Lamia Belošević "Prijateljica" 25 4
6 Mia Maltar "Ah ta ljubav" 31 2
7 Ana & Matea Madunić "Probudi se" 10 9
8 Kristina Jarić & Valentina Durić "Peti element" 21 6
9 Filip Ratković "Mary Bye, Bye, Bye" 16 8
10 Lucija Lučić "Mikrofon" 20 7

At Junior EurovisionEdit

VotingEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ All countries received one set of 12 points to ensure no country finished with nul points.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Dino's sister Lorena to represent Croatia in Hasselt". Esctoday. 3 July 2005.
  2. ^ "Croatia 2005".
  3. ^ "Dino's sister Lorena to represent Croatia in Hasselt". Esctoday. 3 July 2005.
  4. ^ "Dječja Pjesma Eurovizije 2005".
  5. ^ a b "Results of the Final of Hasselt 2005". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 29 May 2021. Retrieved 29 May 2021.