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Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005


Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005

Eurovision Song Contest 2005
Country  Bosnia and Herzegovina
National selection
Selection process BH Eurosong 2005
Selection date(s) 6 March 2005
Selected entrant Feminnem
Selected song "Call Me"
Finals performance
Final result 14th, 79 points
Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄2004 2005 2006►

Bosnia and Herzegovina was represented at Eurovision 2005 by the group Feminnem and the song "Call Me". 14 songs competed in the Bosnian final on March 6. The result was decided by 50% jury and 50% televoting. The 2003 Bosnian representative Mija Martina competed in the preselection. After a tie, it was decided that the winning song was "Zovi" performed by Feminnem, a female trio composed of contestants from the television show Hrvatski Idol, (the Croatian version of Pop Idol). In Kiev, the group competed with an English-language version of the song entitled "Call Me". The song is written and composed by Andrej Babić.

At Eurovision, Feminnem wore light pink, cream coloured skirts. They had some choreography during the chorus that was noticeable, but for most of the performance, the girls just stood in place and sang the song.

The spokesperson who revealed Bosnia and Herzegovina's votes for other countries was Ana Mirjana Račanović who was Miss Bosnia and Herzegovina 2001.[1]


  • BH Eurosong 2005 1
  • At Eurovision 2
    • Points Awarded by Bosnia and Herzegovina 2.1
    • Semi final 2.2
      • Final 2.2.1
    • Points awarded to Bosnia and Herzegovina 2.3
  • References 3

BH Eurosong 2005

Draw Song Singer Points Place
1 "In This World" Marija Šestić 13 4th
2 "You're Gonna Get What You Deserve" Nikita 3 10th
3 "Groznica me trese zbog tebe" Grupa IF 4 9th
4 "Baš me briga što će mama reći" Lea Mijatović 2 13th
5 "Everything She'll Do" Unplugged Plug 8 6th
6 "Čarolija" Jasna Gospić 5 8th
7 "Dar s neba" Josip Bilac 0 14th
8 "Sometimes I Wish I Were A Child Again" Tinka Milinović 20 2nd
9 "Zovi" Feminnem 20 1st
10 "Ruzice rumena" Mija Martina 10 5th
11 "Jabuka" Igor Vukojević 18 3rd
12 "U ocima" Nedim Suta & Maja Nurkić 3 12th
13 "Ruza bez trna" Ružica Cavić 7 7th
14 "No More" G.D.H. 3 11th

At Eurovision

Points Awarded by Bosnia and Herzegovina[2]

Points awarded to Bosnia and Herzegovina

Points Awarded to Bosnia and Herzegovina (Final)
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point


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