Karolina Gočeva, often credited as Karolina Gocheva ; born April 28, 1980, in Bitola,Macedonia is a Macedonian singer. She represented Macedonia in the 2002 and 2007 Eurovision Song Contest, ranking 19th and 14th, respectively. She became the first female Macedonian singer to represent Macedonia twice at Eurovision.Karolina Goceva was in relationship with Jovan Panovski.
In 2000, she joined the record label Avalon Productions, on which her debut album "Jas imam pesna" (I've got a song) was released. Gočeva released several singles off her first album, including "Sakaj me" ("Love me"), "Bez ogled na se"("No matter what") and "Nemir" ("Restless"), the latter of which she sang in a duet with Toshe Proeski. With her first album released, she took part in the Macedonian Eurovision song selection. Gočeva nearly won, but missed out coming in 2nd place with the song "Za nas" ("For us") from Darko Dimitrov, which managed to receive 916 points. After promotion through concerts and festivals, she released her second album "Zošto sonot ima kraj" (Why the dream has an end) in 2002. She gained more popularity in the former Yugoslavia, by performing at the Sunčane Skale festival with the song "Kaži mi" ("Tell me"). She released "Ti možeš" ("You could") and "Ke bide se vo red" ("Everything will be okay") as singles in Macedonia. On her album, she included three English versions of her songs titled "I'm looking for Jamaica", "You could", and "Tell me".