It’s getting to that time of year when thousands of students up and down the country will be starting their university courses for the first time. To kick things off in style, Queen’s University Belfast Students’ Union will throw a jepic party in Mandela Hall to welcome all their first year students at their Freshers’ Ball on 29th September.
Frans has won Melodifestivalen and will represent Sweden when they host the Eurovision in Stockholm in May with song ‘If I Were Sorry’.
We are just hours away from finding out which of the twelve acts will win this year’s Melodifestivalen. It is between Panetoz, Lisa Ajax, David Lindgren, SaRaha, Oscar Zia, Ace Wilder, Robin Bengtsson, Molly Sanden, Boris Rene, Wiktoria, Samir and Viktor and the bookies’ favourite Frans. But which of the acts did you think would win tonight’s show?
The line up for the Final of Sweden’s Melodifestivalen is now complete. The twelve acts and songs and the running order are below. Listen to each of the songs and let us know which one you think should be the 2016 Swedish Eurovision entry by voting in our poll.
Saturday night saw Sweden host their Melodifestivalen Second Chance round which saw the third and fourth placed songs from each of the four semi finals battle it our in duels for the last four spots in next week’s final. Read on to find out which acts went through.
Next weekend will see Sweden deliver their Melodifestivalen Second Chance show whereby the third and fourth place acts from each heat will be given a second chance to make it through to the final the week after. Below is a list of the eight acts in the running, but there are only four places left in the final up fro grabs. Vote in our poll and let us know who you think deserves the last spots!
Melodifestivalen, Sweden’s Eurovision Selection, continued tonight with the fourth show live from Galve. Seven acts performed in this heat but there was only two spots in the final and a further two places for them to compete in the Second Chance Show.
Eurovision fans will be spoilt for choice tonight with seven Eurovision selection shows to chose from. Among these shows are three of the Scandinavian nations with Finland and Norway both hosting the final of their national selections and Sweden who will deliver the fourth of their Melodifestivalen shows. All of these shows will kick off at 20:00 CET tonight, but before they do, we reveal who has topped each of the nation’s polls.
Melfest Show 3 took place on Saturday night in Norrköping’s Himmelstalundshallen and was hosted again by Gina Dirawi. This week however Dirawi was joined by guest host Henrik Schyffert. Two spots were up for grabs in the Final and another two places in the Second Chance Show.
Melodifestivalen, Sweden’s Eurovision Selection, continued tonight with the second show live from Malmo. Seven acts performed in this heat but there was only two spots in the final and a further two places for them to compete in the Second Chance Show.