The group members Pamela Ramljak, Neda Parmać and newest member Nika Antolos have not only been busy in the studios working on a new album, but have also found time to record an English, Italian and Russian version of Lako Je Sve.
As well as the time spent in preparing the album and International versions of their entry for Oslo, Feminnem have appeared on some of the most popular domestic TV shows at home, including Singing With The Stars which is presently the number one rated entertainment show in Croatia.
Slovenia and Malta promotion
In the coming weeks the girls will also travel to neighbouring Slovenia to perform at the Miss Sport competition, travel to Malta to take part in a TV show and in Croatia appear on the popular lottery show TV Bingo. After all of the promotional activity Pamela, Neda and Nika will be taking off for Oslo on 17th of May.
When comparing to their previous experience in Kyiv in 2005, Feminnem said that as this song is more their own creation, their feelings and desire to do well are greater.
Painting to commemorate Lako Je Sve
As the song Lako Je Sve is the story of a fight between good and evil, a prominent Croatian painter was commissioned to make a special painting to depict the battle the song lyrics refer to. The original painting has been given to the Croatian ambassador to Norway, however broadcaster HRT promise that reprints of this special piece of art will form part of the package given to the press in Oslo.
The group Feminnem was founded in 2004, after the Croatian Idol show which Pamela and Neda took part in. The line up has changed a few times but lead vocalist Pamela is certain now that this is the best and permanent line up of Feminnem.
Feminnem represented Bosnia & Herzegovina in the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Call Me and finished in 13th place in the Final. They will participate in the Second Semi-Final on Thursday 27th of May in Oslo in position number 15 in the running order.