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🇸🇪 Anna Bergendahl, Anis don Demina and Robin Bengtsson rumoured for Melodifestivalen 2020?

Two Melodifestivalen winners among the rumoured participants

As we are getting closer to the reveal of the artists participating at next year’s Melodifestivalen, Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet has released more names as to who could potentially be in next year’s competition.

Previously, the newspaper has reported Victor Crone, Hanna Ferm, Jakob Karlberg , The Mamas, Eric Saade, Albin Johnsén and Suzi P as among the participants of next year’s competition. SVT is set to announced the official list of paticipants for Melodifestivalen 2020, hopefully within this month.

Anna Bergendahl

After successfully returning to Melodifestivalen earlier this year, it looks like Anna Bergendahl will be competing in the competition for the third time. Her Melodifestivalen 2019 entry Ashes to Ashes managed to qualify for the Final via Second Chance, and managed to place 10th overall.

Since participating in the competition, her Melodifestivalen entry has been played extensively in Swedish radio. She has also toured Sweden, as well as stopping by at this year’s London Eurovision Party.

Anis don Demina

Anis Don Demina has made two appearances in Melodifestivalen. His first participation was part of Samir & Viktor’s entry Shuffla, which placed fifth overall. Anis’s second appearance was earlier this ear with Zeana with “Mina bränder”, which placed fifth in the first semi-final.

Robin Bengtsson

After participating in Melodifestivalen twice, Robin Bengtsson managed to win the contest in 2017 with I Can’t Go On. During his participation in the 2017 contest, Robin managed to bring Sweden to the Grand Final once again, where he managed to place fifth overall.

Since representing Sweden in Kyiv, Robin has participated in Let’s Dance 2019, with fellow Melodifestivalen participant Sigrid Bernson as well as touring around Sweden.

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Tim Jumawan

I started watching Eurovision ever since I moved to the UK in 2006, obsessed since 2012 and haven't looked back since.

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