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Sweden: All the songs from Melodifestivalen 2021

Watch the performances and listen to the songs from Melodifestivalen 2021 – and cast your vote in our poll

The four heats (deltävlingar) and the Second Chance of Sweden's Melodifestivalen 2021 have taken place the last five Saturdays. Each of the 4 heats qualified 2 songs directly to the final and 2 songs to the "second chance"-show. In the "second chance" 4 songs were selected for the final.

Listen to all the songs here and cast your vote in our poll: Who should win Melodifestivalen 2021?

Alvaro Estrella – "Baila Baila"
Anton Ewald – "New Religion"
Arvingarna – "Tänker inte alls gå hem"
Charlotte Perrelli – "Still Young"
Clara Klingenström – "Behöver inte dig idag"
Danny Saucedo – "Dandi dansa"
Dotter – "Little Tot"
Efraim Leo – "Best Of Me"
Elisa – "Den du är"
Emil Assergård – "Om allting skiter sig"
Eric Saade – "Every Minute"
Eva Rydberg & Ewa Roos – "Rena rama ding dong"
Frida Green – "The Silence"
Jessica Andersson – "Horizon"
Julia Alfrida – "Rich"
Kadiatou – "One Touch"
Klara Hammarström – "Beat Of Broken Hearts"
Lillasyster – "Pretender"
Lovad – "Allting är precis likadant"
Mustasch – "Contagious"
Nathalie Brydolf – "Fingerprints"
Patrik Jean – "Tears Run Dry"
Paul Rey – "The Missing Piece"
Sannex – "All Inclusive"
Tess Merkel – "Good life"
The Mamas – "In The Middle"
Tusse – "Voices"
Wahl feat. Sami – "90-talet"

Melodifestivalen 2021

All the shows will be broadcast from Annexet in Stockholm without audience. A total of 10 hosts will guide the viewers through the Melodifestivalen season.

The format for Melodifestivalen 2021 is the same as in previous years meaning that in each of the 4 heats, there were 2 songs that qualified directly to the final and another 2 songs that qualiifed to Andra Chansen (Second Chance).

Sweden in Eurovision Song Contest

Since 1958 Sweden has participated 59 times in Eurovision Song Contest with great succes. They have won the contest 6 times:

They came last two times (1963 and 1977), and since the introduction of the Semi-finals in 2004 Sweden managed to qualify for the Grand Final 15 out of 16 times! (only skipped the qualification in 2010)

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