Eurovision 2014

Sweden : Melodifestivalen 2015 Running order revealed and Christer Björkman comments on Eric and Mans placings

Melodifestivalen 2015 Running Order

The running order for Melodifestivalen 2015 has been announced by SVT (Swedish National Broadcaster).

Pundits always look to see who is opening and closing each show so it is interesting to see who has nabbed those prized places. Molly Pettersson Hammar and her song ‘I’ll be fine’ has the honour of opening #MF2015 and Måns Zelmerlöw will close the 4th heat with his ode to Charlotte Perelli of Conchita Wurst – and his song ‘Heroes’.

Christer Bjorkman said of the running order

“I think the audience has the greatest curiosity about what Eric Saade and Måns Zelmerlöw will bring and what it is that makes the artists coming back”

As for Molly opening Melodifestivalen Bjorkman said

“She is a confident performer, and I think it is important to have a solid start. It is a R & B-inspired pop song, a great popular genre that we have not had as much of the competition. It feels new and fresh”

 

Semi Final 1, Gotheburg 7 February:

1. “I’ll Be Fine” – Molly Pettersson Hammar
2. “Pappa” – Daniel Gildenlöw
3. “One By One” – Elize Ryd & Rickard Söderberg
4. “Hello Hi” – Dolly Style
5. “Det rår vi inte för” – Behrang Miri feat. Victor Crone
6. “Can’t Hurt Me Now” – Jessica Andersson
7. “Sting” – Eric Saade

 

Semi Final 2, Malmö 14 February:

1. “Forever Starts Today” – Linus Svenning
2. “Där och då med dig” – Emelie Irewald
3. “Groupie” – Samir & Victor
4. “If I Was God For One Day” – Neverstore
5. “Nonethless” – Marie Bergman & Sanne Salomonsen
6. “Möt mig i Gamla Stan” – Magnus Carlsson
7. “Don’t Stop Believing” – Mariette

 

Semi Final 3, Östersund 21 February:

1. “Insomnia” – Ellen Benediktson
2. “För din skull” – Kalle Johansson
3. “Bring Out the Fire” – Andreas Weise
4. “Living to Die” – Andreas Johnson
5. “Don’t Stop” – Isa
6. “I See You” – Kristin Amparo
7. “Jag är fri (Manne Leam Frijje)” – Jon Henrik Fjällgren

 

Semi Final 4, Örebro 28 February:

1. “Don’t Say No” – Midnight Boy
2. “Black Swan” – Caroline Wennergren
3. “Building It Up” – JTR
4. “Guld och gröna skogar” – Hasse Andersson
5. “Make Me (La La La)” – Dinah Nah
6. “Ett andetag” – Annika Herlitz
7. “Heroes” – Måns Zelmerlöw

 

Can Sweden retain the Eurovision title? Will it be a new singer or one of the ‘Old Guard’ that will represent Sweden at Eurovision 2015?

 

Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : SVT

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