Finishing third at the Eurovision Song Contest rarely needs an apology and it is probably not that Eric Saade has on his mind today where he is releasing his fifth solo album. A few weeks ago the video for the title song was released and today follows the entire album titled Forgive Me.
During a few weeks in March and April 2012 Eric Saade headed out on a nationwide tour in Sweden called Pop Expolosion. The last stop on the tour, Stockholm was filmed for SVT and aired on Swedish TV earlier this autumn. Today, this concert is released on a DVD, which also contains a lot of extra material.
Tone Damli Aaberge came oh so close to representing her native Norway back in 2009, but was stopped in her tracks by the overwhelming victory of Alexander Rybak and Fairytale. She did however go on to achieve some success in the US wtih her second placed entry Butterflies. Now, she feels it's time to give it another go.
Stockholm may have lost out to Malmö in the fight to host next years contest, but that isn't stopping the city from getting into the Eurovision party mood with a jam packed line up for the annual Stockholm Pride event.
A steaming hot video to the song Imagine has just been released. The song is a duet between Swedish Eric Saade and Norwegian Tone Damli. The video is so hot that rumours about them sharing more than just their musicality has been floading in both countries. The couple denies it all though.
Stockholm has Allsång På Skansen and Gothenburg has Lotta På Liseberg. In Sweden they like sing a long programmes and all through the summer plenty of well known names will join Lotta Engberg in the amusement park Liseberg in Gothenburg.
On Saturday it's time for the fourth and last Swedish semi final. It will be a battle between several of Sweden's most well known and loved artists. Read the article to get to know the artists of the fourth semi final.