Fans might disagree, but on paper Sweden have already selected its eight strongest songs to compete in next weeks's final of Melodifestivalen. It has also gotten rid of its weakest songs and tonight eight songs in the socalled midrange part then fought for the last two spots in the final.
Estonia and Tallinn are gearing up for the grand final of Eesti Laul tomorrow. The final line up features some familiar names and faces and some more unknown ones. Join Eurovisionary as we take a closer look at those in contention for the Estonian ticket to Malmö tomorrow evening.
Last night Hera Björk won what can be considered the South American equivalent to the Eurovision Song Contest. From the stage in Chile she convincingly sang Because You Can to victory. The song is written by well known Danish and Swedish Eurovision and national final songwriters.
On Saturday evening, after the fourth semifinal all 32 entries from Melodifestivalen 2013 were released on Itunes. 18 of the 32 songs immediately made it to the top 50 list. In the top 10 list, 9 of 10 songs are from Melodifestivalen 2013.
After four semi finals we now know eight of the ten finalists that will compete to be Sweden's representative in Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö in May. On Saturday eight more artist will battle for the two remaining spots in the final. In the article below you will find the running order as well as the new rules for the second chance heat.
Tonight the third semi-final of the 2013 KDAM was held. Three more acts qualified for the final which will be held on March 7th. Just like in the two previous semi-finals the fourth ranked will have another chance to reach the final in the second chance round on March 3rd.
Croatian broadcaster HRT revealed for the first time this morning the entry Mižerja, to be performed by the group Klapa S Mora in Malmö. The presentation comes a mere two weeks after the full line up of the so called Super Klapa, Klapa s Mora was confirmed by HRT.