John Lundvik has been crowned the winner of Melodifestivalen 2019. He won the contest earlier this evening with his song ‘Too Late For Love’. He will represent Sweden at Eurovision 2019.
Everyone deserves a second chance, or as it goes in Melfest the acts that finished third and fourth in their semi finals get a second bite of the cherry in the fifth week of their Eurovision selection show. Eight artists returned to the stage in Nyköping on Saturday to face off for the four spots in next week’s final.
The Swedish selection show for Eurovision 2018 moves to its second chance show next week. The four Melfest heats have aired and the qualifiers have been determined. Following the fourth heat last night, broadcaster SVT revealed the battles for the next round. Read on to find out the line up.
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!
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.
It’s been a busy week for Eurovision. Read on to read our recap of all the news, gossip and national finals activity that occurred this week!
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.