Croatia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014
Croatia selected their Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 entry through an internal selection. On 2 October 2014 it was revealed that Josephine Zec would represent Croatia in the contest with the song "Game Over".
|Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014|
|Selection process||Internal selection|
|Selection date(s)||2 October 2014|
|Selected entrant||Josie Zec|
|Selected song||"Game Over"|
|Final result||16th (last), 13 points|
|Croatia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest|
Despite withdrawing from the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, on 26 September 2014 it was announced that Croatia would return to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2014, after a seven-year absence. On 2 October 2014, the Croatian broadcaster HRT announced that Josephine Zec had been internally selected to represent the Balkan country with the song "Game Over". A presentation of the song took place on 3 October 2014 at 09:30 CET on the television show "Puni Kerg".
At Junior EurovisionEdit
Detailed voting resultsEdit
The following members comprised the Croatian jury:
- Duško Mandić
- Iva Šulentić
- Nensi Atanasov
- Ivan Horvat
- Jacques Houdek
|Draw||Country||D. Mandić||I. Šulentić||N. Atanasov||I. Horvat||J. Houdek||Average Jury Points||Televoting Points||Points Awarded|
- All countries received one set of 12 points to ensure no country finished with nul points.
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