The twelve remaining acts in Melodifestivalen will do battle later this evening to be crowned the representative for Sweden at Eurovision 2017. You have been voting for the past number of weeks for your favourite and we can now reveal the results of the poll.
After four weeks of heats, Sweden have hosted the second chance round of Melodifestivalen 2017, their selection show for Eurovision 2017. Tonight eight acts duelled against each other to see which four would progress to next week’s grand final. Read on to find out the results!
It’s been a gruelling four weeks for the participants in Sweden’s Eurovision selection show Melodifestivalen. Following four heats, we now know the top 16 songs. Ahead of the second chance show and the winner being announced we take a look at the 16 songs in the running, give them a score out of ten and rank them from worst to best. Read on to find out who placed where!
Four weeks into the Swedish selection show and we now know the line up of the second chance show that will take place next week. This round will pit the acts that finished in third and fourth place over the last four weeks in a series of battles, the winner of each will advance to the final round along with the other eight finalists who qualified directly from their respective heats.
Eurovision news has kicked into overdrive this week with more countries beginning their national selection searches, news regarding the Eurovision proceedings in May and more details on announced artists’ songs.
Sweden’s Melodifestivalen, which decides the nation’s Eurovision 2017 song, returned with the first of its live shows from Gothenburg this evening. Two acts made it directly to the final on 11th March while the songs in third and fourth place will compete again in the Second Chance show on 4th March. Read on to find out who made it.
Sweden’s Eurovision bid for 2017 will kick off next weekend when the first Melfest heat takes place. This week Swedish national broadcaster SVT revealed their plans for the stage design for the competition.
Sweden’s Eurovision selection show Melodifestivalen is probably the most anticipated event of the Eurovision selection season. Earlier this month it was announced that the format would remain true to past years with 28 acts competing over four semi finals, a second chance show and a final over six consecutive weeks. This year the shows would start on 4th February, culminating in the grand final held on 11th March.
It was also announced that the shows would be presented by former Melfest competitor David Lindgren and Hasse Andersson alongside presenter Clara Henry. Since then there have been many rumours about which acts would be participating in the 2017 contest, and today these rumours have been put to bed with Swedish broadcaster SVT revealing the 28 acts.