Nina Badric will sing Nebo at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest for Croatia in Baku. A special edition of the the traditional Dora show was presented this evening with special guests including the acts that will represent FYR Macedonia and Bosnia-Herzegovina at this year’s contest.
Nina opened the show and was dressed all in black. She was joined on stage by Emilia Kokic, the lead singer of Riva, who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1989 with Rock Me for Yugoslavia. Together they performed a slowed down version of that song.
Nina returned to the stage dressed in a pink dress to sing and dance accompanied by the live orchestra. She was then joined on stage by Hari Mata Hari, where they performed his 2006 song for Bosnia-Herzegovina, Lejla.
The 2012 representative for Bosnia-Herzegovina, Maya Sar, then duetted with Nina at the piano.
Kaliopi, this year’s representative for FYR Macedonia, was next to join Nina on stage to form a duet.
Then some male and female dancers took to the stage whilst the orchestra played and Nina returned again this time dressed all in black. She sang I’m So Excited, the old Pointer Sisters song.
Nina from Serbia then performed her 2011 Eurovision song for Serbia, Caroban. Nina was wearing all red and now has darker and curly hair.
Finally, the 2012 Croatia Eurovision entry was revealed. Nina Badric returned to the stage to perform Nebo. She is now dressed in a long cream dress and waving a veil. The song is a mid tempo anthemic song.