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Croatia: controversial Let 3 wins DORA

The controversial Croatian band Let 3 has won DORA, the national final for the Eurovision Song Contest. The band will thus represent Croatia with the song “Mama šč!”. Croatia will perform in the 1st half of the first semifinal.

The full results of DORA 2023 are:

  1. Let 3, “Mama šč!”, 279 pts.
  2. Harmonija Disonance, “Nevera (lei lei)”, 155 pts.
  3. Detour, “Master blaster”, 114 pts.
  4. The Splitters, “Lost and found”, 110 pts.
  5. Damir Kedžo, “Angels and demons”, 103 pts.
  6. Eni Jurišić, “Kreni dalje”, 71 pts.
  7. Krešo & Kisele Kiše, “Kme kme”, 53 pts.
  8. Barbara Munjas, “Putem snova”, 52 pts.
  9. Meri Andraković, “Bye bye blonde”, 44 pts.
  10. Hana Mašić, “Nesreća”, 33 pts.
  11. Top Of The Pops ft. Mario 5reković, “Putovanje”, 33 pts.
  12. Martha May, “Distance”, 31 pts.
  13. Boris Štok, “Grijeh”, 17 pts.
  14. Đana, “Free fallin'”, 14 pts.
  15. Maja Grgić, “I still live”, 13 pts.
  16. Yogi, “Love at first sight”, 13 pts.
  17. Tajana Belina, “Dom”, 10 pts.
  18. Patricia Gasparini, “I will wait”, 8 pts.

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