Sweden: the line-up of the final of Melodifestivalen 2022 is complete

by Stefano Casellini 2,496 views

Another night in the long 2022 campaign of Melodifestivalen. The most followed national selection continued tonight live from Stockholm with the second chance contest. The last four spots for the Grand Final were up for grabs.

The famous second chance contest gave eight acts another possibility to qualify to the Grand Final of Melodifestival 2022. With the usual Oscar Zia as host, live from Friends Arena in Stockholm these were tonight’s competing entries:

Group I

  • Tone Sekelius  My way
  • Alvaro Estrella  Suave
  • Danne Stråhed  Hallabaloo
  • Anna Bergendahl – Higher power

Group II

  • Theoz  Som du vil
  • Lisa Miskovsky – Best to come
  • Lillasyster– Till our days are over
  • Cazzi Opeia – I can’t get enough

They were split in two groups and battled for the last four qualifying spots. The audience delivered the results. The qualifiers of the first group were Anna Bergendahl and Tone Sekelius. From the second group Theoz and Cazzi Opeia.

The cat is therefore finally out of the bag! We now have the complete line-up of next Saturday’s Grand Final:

  • Cornelia Jakobs – Hold me closer
  • Robin Bengtsson – Innocent love
  • Liamoo – Bluffin
  • John Lundvik Änglavakt
  • Anders Bagge – Bigger than the universe
  • Faith Kakembo – Freedom
  • Klara Hammarström – Run to the hills
  • Medina – In i dimman
  • Anna Bergendahl – Higher power
  • Tone Sekelius  My way
  • Theoz  Som du vil
  • Cazzi Opeia – I can’t get enough

Melodifestivalen 2022 Agenda

  • 05/02/2022 -Semifinal #1
  • 12/02/2022- Semifinal #2
  • 19/02/2022- Semifinal #3
  • 26/02/2022- Semifinal #4
  • 05/03/2022- Andra Chansen
  • 12/03/2022- Grand Final

Sweden in Eurovision

Sweden debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1958 and has won Europe’s favorite television show 6 times (1974, 1984, 1991, 1999, 2012, 2015) and has hosted the competition thrice in Stockholm (1975, 2000, 2016), twice in Malmo (1992, 2013) and once in Goteborg (1985). The country has been enjoying much success in the competition in recent years, having achieved 8 TOP 10 placings in the contest in the past 10 years including 2 victories.

In 2021 Tusse won the Swedish national final and flew to Rotterdam with his entry  ‘Voices‘.

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