Sweden: The international jury that will help determine the winner of Melodifestivalen 2023 just got revealed!
We now know the eight countries that SVT has inviter and will comprise the international jury. Those countries will get the chance to vote and help determine the winner of Melodifestivalen 2023, who will finally get a ticket to Liverpool, in order to represent the country in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
The eight countries of the international jury
The results of Melodifestivalen 2023 at the final show, get determined 50-50 by the televotes and the votes of the countries that SVT selected and will comprise the international jury.
The countries comprising the international jury this year will be:
The voting age-groups
The viewers vote for their favourite number, based on their age group. One either can vote by phone or with the use of the Melodifestivalen app.
Before being able to vote, the app users must register their age. The viewers are allocated into the following seven age groups:
- 3-9 years old, Green group
- 10-15 years old, Turquoise group
- 16-29 years old, Blue group
- 30-44 years old, Purple group
- 45-59 years old, Pink group
- 60-74 years old, Red group
- 75 years old and above, Orange group
Combined voting results
There are eight categories in all, one is the televoting and the rest are the seven age-groups. Each category gives 58 points in total at the finals, distributed to the acts accordingly. Also the change of the number of countries in the international jury, from eleven to eight was implemented so that the number of countries match the number of voting categories of the public. At the end of the voting process, the juries will decide 50% of the votes and the public vote will provide the remaining 50% of the points.
Final Show Running Order
- Where You Are (Sávežan) – Jon Henrik Fjällgren, Arc North feat. Adam Woods
- Rhythm Of My Show – Tone Sekelius
- One Day – Mariette
- Air – Marcus & Martinus
- On My Way – Panetoz
- Never Give Up – Maria Sur
- Six Feet Under – Smash Into Pieces
- Where Did You Go – Kiana
- Släpp alla sorger – Nordman
- Tattoo – Loreen
- Mer av dig – THEOZ
- Royals – Paul Rey
Jesper Rönndahl and Farah Abadi will present Melodifestivalen 2023. The heats are following the touring concept again, after SVT had pulled back last year due to health restrictions in Sweden, with the finals being held at Friends Arena! With the next show of the contest on Saturday March the 4th, Melodifestivalen will take place in Örnsköldsvik and finally the final show in Stockholm follows on the 11th of March.
The detailed schedule of Melodifestivalen 2022 is described below:
Heat 1: Göteborg – Saturday 4 February 2023 (Scandinavium) Heat 2: Linköping – Saturday 11 February 2023 (Saab Arena) Heat 3: Lidköping – Saturday 18 February 2023 (Sparbanken Arena) Heat 4: Malmö – Saturday 25 February 2023 (Malmö Arena) Semi-Final: Örnsköldsvik – Saturday 4 March 2023 (Hägglunds Arena)
- Final: Stockholm – Satuday 11 March 2023 (Friends Arena)
Stay tuned at Eurovisionfun, for all the latest developments regarding Sweden’s entry for Eurovision 2023!
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