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Melodifestivalen Final – VOTING NOW OPEN – Who should win?

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After 5 weeks of Heats we are now at the final of Melodifestivalen 2013 and we open our on-line poll to ask you “Who will win in Sweden and represent the home country at Eurovision 2013?”

Our On-Line voting is now OPEN until midnight on Friday March 8th.

The running order has been announced and the acts will perform as follows

1. Tell the World I’m Here – Ulrik Munther
2. Skyline – David Lindgren
3. Falling – State of Drama
4. Begging – Anton Ewald
5. Only the Dead Fish Follow the Stream – Louise Hoffsten
6. Bed on Fire – Ralf Gyllenhammar
7. En riktig jävla schlager – Ravaillacz
8. Copacabanana – Sean Banan
9. You – Robin Stjernberg
10. Heartbreak Hotel – YOHIO

1. Tell the World I’m Here – Ulrik Munther

2. Skyline – David Lindgren

3. Falling – State of Drama

4. Begging – Anton Ewald

5. Only the Dead Fish Follow the Stream – Louise Hoffsten

6. Bed on Fire – Ralf Gyllenhammar

7. En riktig jävla schlager – Ravaillacz

8. Copacabanana – Sean Banan

9. You – Robin Stjernberg

10. Heartbreak Hotel – YOHIO

 

There you have your 10 Acts in the Melodifestivalen 2013 final. You have now until Friday at Midnight to vote. Mostly new names in this year’s final for the International audience, so who will capture the imagination of Europe? 

GET VOTING

Source – Eurovision Ireland

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9 replies »

  1. Awful line up, I’m not feeling anything for any of this lot, maybe once selected I might get into it but for now, nothing special here imo

      • Okay, I decided to give them all another try and surprisingly I’ve had a slight change of feelings regards some of the songs.
        I actually like Numbers. 3 & 5
        Numbers 1, 6 & 10 are bearable…just!
        Numbers 4 & 9 Nothing special, have been done before and I really don’t like the awful dance routines.
        Numbers 2, 7 & 8 Utter drivel and not worthy of any further comment.
        I’m all for new acts entering but the songs and some of the presentations are so naff it’s painful to watch. I expected more from MF especially with all the pomp and ceremony surrounding it. The staging is there but the entries do not match up imo. Sadly no ‘Euphoria’ this year. Best of luck to them all.

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