Sweden’s Melodifestivalen 2018 has drawn to a close this evening following the hosting of its final in Stockholm. Twelve acts were in contention with eight qualifying directly from their heats and a further four joining them from the second chance show last week. In the end up Benjamin Ingrosso has been crowned the champ for 2018 and will represent Sweden in Lisbon in May with the song ‘Dance You Off’. Read on to get a round up of the full results. Continue reading
Sweden are one of the last nations to select their Eurovision artist and song for Eurovision 2018. The final of Melodifestivalen will take place later tonight with twelve acts vying to be the nation’s pick for Lisbon. Ahead of that, we reveal the results of our poll! Read on to find out who came out on top!Continue reading
Eight acts have qualified directly for the Melfest final and a further eight will compete in the Second Chance show next weekend. Before then we rank and rate the sixteen remaining contenders. Have a look and see where your favourite has placed!Continue reading
Swedish broadcaster SVT have today announced the running order for their Eurovision selection show for 2018. Melodifestivalen will be contested by 28 artists over four semi finals. Read on to find out the running order.
There have been a number of acts rumoured to be competing in the Swedish Eurovision selection show Melodifestivalen in the past few weeks. But it was until today when broadcaster SVT announced the full list of participants and song titles that we knew for sure. Let’s check out the list.Continue reading
Frans Jeppsson Wall or simply Frans will defend the Eurovision title for Sweden in 2016. The 17 year old will do this with song ‘If I Were Sorry’ which won the Melodifestivalen contest in March. We take a look at the song in our review. Read on to find out our thoughts.
As the first heat of the 2016 Melodifestivalen approaches we take a look back on the songs from last year. Mans Zelmerlow may have been crowned the winner of Melfest 2015 and went on to be the eventual winner of Eurovision in Vienna, but which of the other songs makes up our top 5? Read on to find out!
The results are in from the last of the Melodifestivalen live shows before the final. The Swedish selection process saw eight songs given a second chance with four one on one battles which sent four acts through to the final and sent four acts home.Continue reading
Now that all four heats of Melodifestivalen are over, our attention turns to the Second Chance show which will take place on Saturday 6th March. But which of the Swedish acts would you like to see progress to the live Final the following week. Listen to the artists in contention below and let us know which of acts from each battle you think should advance by voting in our polls.Continue reading
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 song and dance number by the two presenters called ‘Vad Kan Ga Fel?’ or ‘What Could Go Wrong?’. Continue reading