This year’s Melodifestivalen features no less than 4 former winners however only 1 of them actually went on to triumph in the entire Eurovision Song Contest and it is Charlotte Perrelli (pictured above) who opens this heat.
Read on for reasons including acts Klara Hammarström and Alvaro Estrella
WHEN?: Eurovision Again: 1999 took place on 18/7/20 and Eurovision Again is at 8pm every 3rd Sunday
2020 is the first year without a Eurovision Song Contest since 1955 and lockdowns caused by Covid-19 have seen the rise in popularity of synchronised watching of past competitions on social media on the third Saturday of every month.
Read on for reasons including why Eurovision Again has become an 8pm Saturday fixture in the monstagigz calendar
Europe’s premiere Eurovision selection show launches on 4/2 at 7pm English time with the return of 1999 winner Charlotte Perrelli, who also won Melodifestivalen in 2008, MF favourites Ace Wilder, Dinah Nah and Boris Rene. 2012 Eurovision winner Loreen also competes in heat 4 25/2. Prime-time Saturday nights in February sorted. Picture via YouTube from the Take Me To Your Heaven performance in 1999’s Eurovision.
Read on for reasons including what Imelda Staunton did next, Sherlock goes Hamlet and the pick of the awards season
Welcome to our review of Melodifestivalen heat 1 and our own exclusive Mello afterparty curated especially for you, dear reader. Skinnydipping optional. Did your favourite/s get through? Let us know in the comments below.
Read on for our thoughts on Saturday night’s Gothenburg show, the results and some best of Melodifestivalen clips