Tonight, Sweden will conclude Melodifestivalen 2009, its national selection for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Moscow. Eleven acts will compete to become the 49th Swedish representative in the competition.
The show to be broadcast live from Sweden on SVT 1, SVT HD, SVTWorld and on FST5 in Finland,starts at 20:00 CET and it will be hosted by Petra Mede atthe Globe Arena in Stockholm. Abuild-up to the show begins on Sverige Radio 4 starting at 19:30 CET. Eleven acts will present one song each and the winner will be chosen by a mix of jury voting and televoting.
A webcast will be made available on SVT's official website hereat 20:00 CET.
Listen to Sverige Radio 4 herefrom 19:30 CET.
Måns Zelmerlöw – Hope & glory
Caroline af Ugglas – Snälla, snälla
Agnes – Love, love, love
H.E.A.T. – 1000 miles
Emilia – You're my world
Alcazar – Stay the night
Sarah Dawn Finer – Moving on
E.M.D. – Baby goodbye
Sofia – Alla
Molly Sandén – Så vill stjärnorna
Malena Ernman – La voix
You can vote for your favourite in theshow here.
In 2008, Sweden was represented by Charlotte Perelli with the song Hero. The song finished 12th in the second semi final but still made it to the final as a jury wildcard. Eventually, it finished 18th with 47 points. It was the first time since 1987/1988 that Sweden finished outside the top ten two years in a row following the Ark's 18th place in 2007. In 2009, Sweden will take part in the first semi final on 12th May.
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