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FSC Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Number of jurors 3
Stats:
Appearances 29
Debut FSC #01
Best result 8
Worst result 38













FSC Bosnia and Herzegovina timeline
FSC Performer Song Place Points
# 1 Monika "Monice" Ivkic I´m gonna make it 11 40
# 2 Erato feat. Jacques Houdek Putujemo snovima 9 65
# 3 Deen Bez trunke srama 18 38
# 4 Feminnem feat. Alex Manga Oye, oye, oye 15 41
# 5 Crvena Jabuka Milion zena 14 37
# 6 Regina Zvacu te pile moje 10 59
# 7 Feminnem Milion razloga 25 3
# 8 Selma Bajrami Farmerice 25 14
# 9 DNP - - -
# 10 DNP - - -
# 11 DNP - - -
# 12 DNP - - -
# 13 DNP - - -
# 14 DNP - - -
# 15 DNP - - -
# 16 DNP - - -
# 17 Samir Mujagić SMS Kada Se Voli 18 47
# 18 Tifa ft. Miligram 21. Vijek 21 37
# 19 Dubioza Kolektiv Walter 19 37
# 20 Laka Brko 16 50
# 21 Letu Stuke Brojevi Računa 26 7
# 22 Neda Ukraden & Ivan Žak Tetovaža 17 46
# 23 Samir Mujagić SMS Dodiri 8 82
# 24 Maja Šar, Nina Badrić, Karolina Gočeva, Aleksandra Radović Moj Je Život Moja Pjesma 10 76
# 25 Amel Curić Ti i Ja 28 16
# 26 Crvena Jabuka Do Neba 27 19
# 27 Dino Merlin Undo 13 60
# 28 Mirza Šoljanin Poljubi Me 14 64
# 29 DNP - - -
# 30 Mile Kitić & Djogani Ludnica Na Balkanu 30 28
# 31 Maya Djevojačko Prezime 12

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# 32 Lepa Brena Uradi To 35 29
# 33 Marta Savić Mama DQ DQ
# 34 Amil Lojo Naučila Si Me 34 20
# 35 Mile Kitić Pukni Srce 38 13
# 36 Armin Muzaferija Putujem 20 55
# 37 Neda Ukraden ft. Clea & Kim Nije Ti Dobro (Girls Night) 35 29
# 38 DJ Shone ft. Anabela & Elitni Odredi Beograd 36 22
# 39 Seka Aleksić Lom Lom 38 16
# 40 Regina Kad Poludimo 24 48
# 41 TBA - - -

FSC Bosnia and Herzegovina entriesEdit

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Monice (born Monika Ivkic; 6 June 1989 in Gradačak in Bosnia) is an austrian pop singer. She is best known for achieving fourth place in the fifth season of german casting show Deutschland sucht den Superstar (DSDS). Monice released her first album I´m gonna make it in 2009. After the end of the Deutscland sucht den Superstar, she had a specially published book released, that was sold in Germany and Austria.

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Erato is a bosnian r&b duo consisted of Aida Jašarević and Dalal Midhat. The band began with 5 girls but after three members quit due to lack of singing ability, the band became a duo with Jašarević and Midhat continuing on. The band has released two albums; Backstage (2003) and Make up (2005). Dalal was born on the 5th of August 1981 and Aida on the 8th of July 1982.

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Deen (aka Fuad Backović) is a solo singer from Bosnia & Herzegovina. He was born on 1982 in Sarajevo. From 1997-2002 he was a member of the boyband Seven Up, which competed in the 1999 Bosnian & Herzegovina selection for Eurovision Song Contest with “Daj, spusti se”. In 2001 he competed in the same contest, now as a solo artist, with “10 miliona ljubavi” and again in 2003 with “Taxi.” In 2004, he represented his country in the Eurovision Song Contest with “In The Disco.”

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Feminnem is a Croatian girl band, currently consisting of three members: Neda Parmać, Pamela Ramljak and Nika Antolos. They represented Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010, in Oslo, Norway, with the song “Lako je sve” (“Everything is Easy”).

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.

Former members of the group are Ivana Marić and Nikol Bulat.

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Crvena Jabuka is a pop rock band that originated in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, but is based in Zagreb, Croatia since the beginning of the Yugoslav Wars. In former Yugoslavia they were one of the most successful and productive bands ever. The group was, together with Bijelo Dugme, Plavi Orkestar, Dino Merlin, and Zabranjeno Pušenje a prime example of the famous Sarajevo school of pop rock, but the origins of the band were closely related to the punk-oriented New Primitives movement.


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Regina is a band from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, very popular at the beginning of the 90’s. They had a hit in 2006 with the album “Sve mogu ja” (I can do it all!). They represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 .

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Feminnem participated at the FSC 4, so check it for details and biography.

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Selma Bajrami (born in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina) is a popular pop folk singer. Her father Fadil is originally Albanian from Kosovo and Metohija, Serbia, while her mother is Bosnian.

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