Tonight: Last Melodifestivalen 2015 semi-final airs in Sweden!
The final of four semi-finals of the Swedish Eurovision selection show Melodifestivalen airs tonight, live from Örebro!
The last seven songs are ready to be performed for the Swedish public, with two moving on to the final and two moving on to the second chance show next week.
1. “Don’t Say No” – Midnight Boy
Songwriters: Johan Krafman, Kristofer Östergren, Olle Blomström
2. “Black Swan” – Caroline Wennergren
Songwriters: Nicklas Eklund, Joel DeLuna, Aimee Bobruk
3. “Building It Up” – JTR
Songwriters: JTR (John Andreasson, Tom Lundbäck, Robin Lundbäck), Erik Lewander, Iggy Strange Dahl
4. “Guld och gröna skogar” – Hasse Andersson
Songwriters: Anderz Wrethov, Elin Wrethov, Johan Bejerholm, Johan Deltinger
5. “Make Me (La La La)” – Dinah Nah
Songwriters: Dinah Nah, dr alban, Jakke Erixson, Karl-Ola Kjellholm
6. “Ett andetag” – Annika Herlitz
Songwriters: Amir Aly, Maciel Numhauser, Robin Abrahamsson, Sharon Dyall, Sharon Vaughn
7. “Heroes” – Måns Zelmerlöw
Songwriters: Anton Malmberg Hård af Segerstad, Joy Deb, Linnea Deb
The last semi-final features a hyped comeback by popular singer Måns Zelmerlöw and his song “Heroes,” partly written by the Deb couple who also wrote Robin Stjernberg’s winning song “You.” Måns Zelmerlöw previously came third and fourth in Melodifestivalen and hosted the contest in 2010. Since the announcement of the 2015 participants, it has been Måns Zelmerlöw or Eric Saade who have been expected to win the contest.
Tonight’s results will be determined fully be the Swedish public through televote, SMS voting, and app voting. Three songs will be eliminated.
Melodifestivalen semi-final 4 airs tonight at 20:00 CET on SVT1 and SVT Play.