It’s business as usual for Melodifestivalen in 2021 as Heat 1 opens with the pre-contest favourite, this year Danny Saucedo (pictured above), as it did last year when Felix Sandman could only make Andra Chansen.
Read on for reasons including details of other Heat 1 returning acts including Jessica Andersson, Paul Rey and Arvingarna
WHEN?: 7pm (UK time) 2/3/19 on SVT (link at the bottom of the page below)
Anna Bergendahl (pictured) is Melodifestivalen’s least successful winner and so her appearance in Andra Chansen seems inevitable but will her redemption be realised by making it through to the 9 March final in Stockholm?
Read on for reasons including how we’re calling the 4 Andra Chansen duels this year
WHEN?: 7pm (UK time) 23/2/19 on SVT (link at the bottom of the page below)
Last week’s Heat 3 was a real return to form with a song we really love in Lina Hedlund’s Victorious winning through to the final and so we enter Heat 4 with a spring in our step and well-placed hope in our heart.
Read on for reasons including who we think will be joining Lina in the 9 March final from this heat
Our 1st live Melodifestivalen experience was in Stockholm’s Globen 15 years ago when Ann-Louise Hanson joined Towa Carson and Siw Malmkvist to compete with earworm C’est La Vie (pictured right above and immediately below).
Read on for reasons including fellow contestants Anton Hagman, Arvingarna & Lisa Ajax