HRT, the Croatian national broadcaster made the decision to return to the contest in Stockholm after a two break. With their return, they internally selected Nina Kraljic who was the winner of the first season of The Voice.

Nina Kraljic at Eurovision

It had been believed that with the success of Nina who qualified to the grand final for the first time since 2009, that they would be continuing with the same method of sending the winner of The Voice to the contest. However, a report from Croatian media have put this into question.

The Voice itself could come to an end, in a bid to save expenses and work on producing more affordable television shows.

Of course, with the potential farewell of The Voice in Croatia what will happen to the way the state broadcaster selects their potential entrant. Will we see the return of DORA and will we even see Croatia at Eurovision in Ukraine.

Don’t forget to let us know what you think about the possibility of The Voice being axed in Croatia and what this could mean for the countries future in Eurovision

I first watched the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007, and fell in love with Natalia Barbu and 'Fight'. I have a love for ethnic music, particular Armenian, Arabic, Turkish and Greek and one day in the near future look forward to an Armenian win. Its a pleasure to be a part of and continue my passion for Eurovision

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