HRT’s decision to send Klapa s mora to Eurovision was a total fail. All it did was help us promote Dalmatian culture for the following summer season. It’s time to move on and to show off some of the hot celebrities that are my favourites to represent Croatia at Eurovision 2014!
Pastora Soler was a huge hit at ESC 2012 — she won the annual press poll, and she ended up finishing 10th in the Grand Final.
Nina Badric crashed out of the semi-finals last year in Baku. But with the launch of a hot new music video and single she finally has her sass back. That’s right: She has put away those cheap white bedsheets—what was she thinking?—and dropped a hot new single called “Ceznja” (Longing) in which she she yearns […]
Wiwi: Klapa s Mora have a confidence problem: They think too highly of themselves. Ahead of their first rehearsal this morning, one of the vocalists said, “We are not neverous at all because we are all highly experienced.” Unfortunately for him this is Eurovision and not a village wedding or a karoke bar. Their Il Divo […]
Earlier this week the Wiwi Jury—our international panel of music unprofessionals—traveled to Croatia to review Klapa s Mora’s Eurovision song “Mizerja”. Did they make us swoon with their man lungs? Or did they prove to be a cheap rip-off of Il Divo (sans muscle)? Read on to find out…
In a lot of English-speaking countries “Klapa” sounds like a sexually transmitted disease that makes you itch down there. Klap s Mora makes an effort to be as stirring with their song “Mizerja”…but sadly it’s only left me scratching my head.
Following her early exit at Eurovision 2012, Nina Badric has finally found some sunshine. The Croatian songstress recently posted photos of herself sunning on the beach. “The first swimming this year in the sea,” she wrote on the site. “White bikini, great rays.” And while @ninabadric7 did capture a lovely photo of the sea, we’re […]
Croatian media have launched a witch hunt to figure out who or what is to blame for Nina Badric’s elimination during the second semi-final of Eurovision. Before all of you shout the correct answer—that “Nebo” was a crap song—please pause to consider the following arguments advanced by those in the know.