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Sweden Melodifestivalen 2017 Second Chance Qualifiers
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Sweden Melodifestivalen 2017: Second chance results

The last four artists for next week's Final of Melodifestivalen 2017 were found in tonight's "Andra Chansen", and Loreen is not one of them: FO&O, Lisa Ajax, Boris René and Anton Hagman

The Second Chance (Andra Chancen) of Melodifestivalen 2017 was held tonight in SAAB Arena in Linköping, choosing the last four finalists for next Saturdays Final in Melodifestivalen. Two songs (3rd and 4th) from each heat (deltävling) qualified to the Second Chance, and the four best of them were selected for the Final: FO&O, Lisa Ajax, Boris René and Anton Hagman.

Surprisingly Loreen didn't qualify for the Final of Melodifestivalen 2017, but was beat by Anton Hagman.

Like the previous years the votes will not be unveiled before the Final of Melodifestivalen 11 March 2017.

Melodifestivalen 2017 – Second Chance Results

Linköping, 4 March 2017 

The Second Chance consisted of four duels, where the winner of each duel qualified to the final:

Duel 1:

  • FO&O – "Gotta Thing About You"
  • De Vet Du – "Road Trip"

Duel 2:

  • Axel Schylström – "När ingen ser"
  • Lisa Ajax – "I Don't Give A"

Duel 3:

  • Boris René – "Her Kiss"
  • Dismissed – "Hearts Align"

Duel 4:

  • Anton Hagman – "Kiss You Goodbye"
  • Loreen – "Statements"

Melodifestivalen 2017 – Running order

Stockholm, 11 March 2017

  1. Ace Wilder – "Wild Child"
  2. Boris René – "Her Kiss"
  3. Lisa Ajax – "I Don't Give A"
  4. Robin Bengtsson – "I Can't Go On"
  5. Jon Henrik Fjällgren feat. Aninia – "En värld full av strider"
  6. Anton Hagman – "Kiss You Goodbye"
  7. Mariette – "A Million Years"
  8. FO&O – "Gotta Thing About You"
  9. Nano – "Hold On"
  10. Wiktoria – "As I Lay Me Down"
  11. Benjamin Ingrosso – "Good Lovin'"
  12. Owe Thörnqvist – "Boogieman Blues"

Melodifestivalen 2017

  • 4 February: Melodifestivalen Deltävling 1, Gothenburg (Scandinavium)
  • 11 February: Melodifestivalen Deltävling 2, Malmö (Malmö Arena)
  • 18 February: Melodifestivalen Deltävling 3, Växjö (Vida Arena)
  • 25 February: Melodifestivalen Deltävling 4, Skellefteå (Skellefteå Kraft Arena)
  • 4 March: Melodifestivalen Second Chance, Linköping (SAAB Arena)
  • 11 March: Melodifestivalen Final, Stockholm (Friends Arena)

The format for Melodifestivalen 2017 is the same as last year:
Each of the 4 heats qualified 2 songs directly to the final
Each of the 4 heats qualified 2 songs to the "second chance"-show
In the "second chance" 4 songs will be selected for the final

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