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Feminnem
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Feminnem was a Croatian girl group composed of members from Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. They have represented two countries at the Eurovision Song Contest - Bosnia and Herzegovina at the 2005 contest and then Croatia at the 2010 contest. The group formed in 2004 after the three original members were discovered on Hrvatski Idol and they have produced a hit single, "Volim te, mrzim te" ("I love you, I hate you"). The group's last members were: Neda Parmać, Pamela Ramljak and Nika Antolos. Representing Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010, in Oslo, Norway, with the song "Lako je sve" ("Everything is Easy"), they made 13th place in the second semi-final but did not qualify for the final. The group represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, in Kiev, Ukraine, with the song "Call Me", written by Andrej Babić. They finished 14th in the final (out of 24 participants). Their debut album, titled "Feminnem Show", was released in 2005. Their second album, "Lako je sve", was released in 2010. They disbanded and started own solo careers in 2012. Former members of the group are Ivana Marić and Nikol Bulat.


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