On 6th March 2005 Bosnia & Herzegovina selected a representative for the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest. During the final of BH Eurosong 2005 the female trio Feminnem was selected to represent the country with the song Zovi. Two months and the English version Call me later, esctoday.com had an interview with Ivana Marić, Neda Parmać and Pamela Ramljak, this year's representatives of Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Can you shortly introduce Feminnem? When did you start the band, what have you achieved so far and… what's the matter with your nationalities?
Ivana and Pamela are citizens of Bosnia & Herzegovina, born in Capljina, a beautiful town in the south-western part of the country. Neda is from Ploce, a town in Croatia which is only 30 km away from Capljina, and the official shipping port of Bosnia & Herzegovina.
The new information is that Neda was awarded the honorary citizenship of Bosnia & Herzegovina (her mother is from Bosnia as well). As you probably don't know, there are three main nationalities in Bosnia & Herzegovina: Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats. Our nationality is Croatian, and citizenship is Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Feminnem started in 2004 after the participation in the Croation Idol competition. After that the very popular single Volim te – Mrzim te has been released.