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🇸🇪 Melodifestivalen 2020 has selected its next two finalists

Two more acts successful

From Linköping to Göteborg, Scandinavium welcomed us to the second semifinal of Melodifestivalen 2020. Tonight, another seven acts performed to try and conquer the audience’s hearts. Who qualified directly to the final? Who gets a second chance? The results are in.

Anna Bergendahl & Dotter pass to the grand final in Stockholm!

Girlpower! Both Anna Bergendahl and Dotter qualified to the final on 7 March in Stockholm. And so Melodifestivalen writes a bit of history, why? It’s been since 2009 that two women, performing in the same semi final managed to qualify for the final!

Full results

  1. Klara Hammarström – Nobody – OUT (5th)
  2. Jan Johansen – Miraklernas tid – OUT
  3. Dotter – Bulletproof – QUALIFIED FOR THE FINAL
  4. Mendez ft. Alvaro Estrella – Vamos Amigos – SECOND CHANCE
  5. Linda Bengtzing – Alla Mina Sorger – OUT
  6. Paul Rey – Talking In My Sleep – SECOND CHANCE
  7. Anna Bergendahl – Kingdom Come – QUALIFIED FOR THE FINAL

The votes received by the non-qualifiers

We now know that the votes received by the three eliminated acts are as follows:

5. ”Nobody” – Klara Hammarström, 951 815 votes
6. ”Alla mina sorger” – Linda Bengtzing, 717 043 votes
7. ”Miraklernas tid” – Jan Johansen, 501 335 votes

Number of voters: 488 708

What to expect next week?

For the third semi-final of Melodifestivalen, we head north. More specifically to Luleå. Seven more acts will compete for a chance to progress in the competition. On February 15 we can see the following artists appear: Mariette, Albin Johnsén, Drängarna, Amanda Aasa, Anis Don Demina, Faith Kakembo and Mohombi.

Were you surprised by tonight’s results? Did your favourite get through? Who are you most excited to see next week? Let us know in the comments below and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can also find our previews, reviews and predictions on our YouTube channel.

Aline van Rossem

Small town girl in a big arcade. In love with the Eurovision Song Contest since Alexander Rybak's win in 2009. Favourite ESC songs ever? Love Shine A Light and Arcade!

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