Måns Zelmerlöw will represent Sweden at Eurovision 2015!
The big final of the Swedish selection show Melodifestivalen finished moments ago in Stockholm, where 12 songs competed to represent Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015.
Following the jury and public vote, Måns Zelmerlöw won the whole thing!
The 12 songs
- Samir & Viktor – “Groupie”
- JTR – “Building It Up”
- Dinah Nah – “Make Me (La La La)”
- Jon Henrik Fjällgren – “Jag Är Fri (Manne Leam Frijje)”
- Jessica Andersson – “Can’t Hurt Me Now”
- Måns Zelmerlöw – “Heroes”
- Linus Svenning – “Forever Starts Today”
- Isa – “Don’t Stop”
- Magnus Carlsson – “Möt Mig I Gamla Stan”
- Eric Saade – “Sting”
- Mariette – “Don’t Stop Believing”
- Hasse Andersson – “Guld Och Gröna Skogar”
The jury votes
The international juries from Estonia, Malta, Armenia, France, Israel, Slovenia, Cyprus, Belgium, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, and Austria almost all agreed to give Måns Zelmerlöw their top 12 points. He thus placed in the first position with 122 points, way ahead of Mariette in second place. Hasse Andersson and Magnus Carlsson shared last place.
The jury vote:
The public vote
After Måns Zelmerlöw’s performance, Sanna Nielsen announced that the voting app unfortunately did not work properly and thus, only sms and televotes were counted in the final public result.
Public vote total:
- Måns Zelmerlöw: 35,1 %
- Jon Henrik Fjällgren; 18,6 %
- Hasse Andersson: 14,3 %
- Eric Saade: 6,2 %
- Mariette: 5,8 %
- Samir & Viktor: 4,2 %
- Isa: 3,9 %
- Magnus Carlsson: 3,8 %
- Linus Svenning: 3,7 %
- Dinah Nah: 1,8 %
- Jessica Andersson: 1,7 %
- JTR: 0,9 %
The international juries and the Swedish public thus agreed on this year’s Melodifestivalen winner and Swedish representative for Eurovision!
Combined total votes
(Måns received 166 points, a total of 288 points)
Sweden will compete in the second half of the second semi-final in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015.