Melfest 2020 Hosts Announced!

SVT announced today that Melfest 2020 will be hosted by a trio of presenters. The line up includes Lina Hedlund, David Sundin and Linnea Henriksson. Continue reading

10 Things About…S!sters!

S!sters will represent Germany at Eurovision 2019. Find out more about the duo with our 10 Things About…S!sters!

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Sweden: Check out the Finalists

Did you miss out on the first four heats of the Melodifestivalen? Why? What is wrong with you?! You’ve missed some of the most epic pop songs that are in contention for this year’s Eurovision crown! Not to worry though. We have you covered. You can check out which of the acts have directly qualified for the final below and don’t forget that you can catch the Second Chance show on Saturday which will see four more acts join the final the following week. If you want to know who is fighting it out for the last remaining spots in the final click here and you can also vote in our poll for your favourite. Continue reading

Mariette and Magnus Carlsson Qualify from Melodifestivalen Heat 2


The second heat of Melodifestivalen took place tonight 14th February in Malmo and was presented again by Sanna Nielssen and Robin Paulsson. Proceedings kicked off with a slapstick┬ásong and dance number by the two presenters called ‘Vad Kan Ga Fel?’ or ‘What Could Go Wrong?’. Continue reading

The Eurovision that could have been: Sweden

swedenAfter weeks of live qualifying events as part of their Melodifestivalen selection process , Sweden opted for Sanna Nielsen as their Eurovision entry with song ‘Undo’. But which songs could have been the Swedish representative had she been unsuccessful? Here are our favourites that narrowly missed out: Continue reading

Review: Sweden- Sanna Nielsen ‘Undo’

Sanna Nielsen hoping to bring the Eurovision back to Sweden!

Sanna Nielsen hoping to bring the Eurovision back to Sweden!

Ballads are all the rage this year at Eurovision and as ballads go this one from Sweden’s Sanna Nielsen is probably the best. ‘Undo’ beat off stiff competition at this year’s Melodifestivalen, Sweden’s selection process, from great acts like Alcazar Continue reading