Tonight: Melodifestivalen 2021: Andra Chansen in Sweden

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We believe in second chances and so do the Swedes, who annually hold a second chance round for eight Melodifestivalen competing acts! Tonight sees the Andra Chansen and penultimate show of this year’s event, one week before the Grand Final!

Although affected by the COVID-19 restrictions, Melodifestivalen never disappoints. Tonight’s show will be hosted in (as every Saturday) Stockholm by the event’s producer Christer Björkman, accompanied by the British-Swedish singer Shirley Camp.

Tonight the 8 numbers which came 3rd and 4th in the four semi-finals, which will cross their swords in 4 duels, with only one winner. The winners will secure one of the four remaining spots among the 12 participants of the Grand Final.

The duels

The four duels were decided after the 4th semi-final by the show’s organizers.

Duel 1

  1. Alvaro EstrellaBaila Baila
  2. LillasysterPretender

Duel 2

  1. Frida GreenThe silence
  2. Paul ReyThe missing piece

Duel 3

  1. Eva Rydberg & Ewa RoosRena rama ding dong
  2. Clara KlingenströmBehöver inte dig idag

Duel 4

  1. Klara HammarströmBeat of broken hearts
  2. Efraim LeoBest of me

The final line-up

As a result of the four semi-final rounds, the following eight acts are already qualified to the show and will battle it out next Saturday for the ticket to Rotterdam.

  • Danny Saucedo  Dandi dansa
  • Arvingarna – Tänker inte alls gå hem
  • Anton Ewald – New religion
  • Dotter – Little tot
  • Charlotte Perelli Still young
  • Tusse – Voices
  • Eric SaadeEvery minute
  • The MamasIn the middle

Let’s see, who is going to join them tonight! Which ones do you prefer?

How to watch

The show will be airing from 20:00 CET. You can follow it via:

Melodifestivalen 2021 agenda

  • Semi-final 1 – 6 February 2021
  • Semi-final 2 – 13 February 2021
  • Semi-final 3 – 20 February 2021
  • Semi-final 4 – 27 February 2021
  • Second Chance – 6 March 2021
  • Grand Final – 13 March 2021

Sweden will be taking place at the first half of the first semi-final on 18 May. The 65th Eurovision Song Contest will be held on 1820 and 22 May 2021 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

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