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 showHrvatski 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.
Bosnia & Herzegovina automatically qualified to the grand final, because it was on the top 12 last year.
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.Group performed 21st following Russia and preceding the Switzerland came 14th with 79 points. As Bosnia & Herzegovina failed to reach top 11 in the final, the country was forced to compete in semi-final of the 2006 Contest.
The spokesperson who revealed Bosnia and Herzegovina's votes for other countries was Ana Mirjana Račanović who was Miss Bosnia and Herzegovina 2001.