Sweden: Edward af Sillén and Måns Zelmerlöw are this year’s Eurovision commentators!

Earlier, the Swedish National Broadcaster SVT, announced the commentators for Eurovision 2023.

Edward af Sillén and Måns Zelmerlöw will provide commentary for the Swedes watching the Eurovision Song Contest 2023. Edward will be a commentator on all three nights, while Måns will accompany Edward only at the night of the Grand Final.

Edward af Sillén is known in the field of directing and screenwriting. As well as being the lyricist behind the Eurovision 2016 commertial song, “Love, Love, Peace, Peace”. Which was sung by the host of this year’s contest, Petra Mede and Måns Zelmerlöw. He has also commented for Sweden several times in the previous years as well.

As for the artist Måns Zelmerlöw, he is widely known in the eurofans community after winning the 60th Eurovision Song Contest in 2015. Since then, almost every year after his victory, he leaves his mark on the Song Contest.

This duo has collaborated again on the Swedish commentary at the 62nd European Song Contest in Kyiv.

Down bellow, you can find the video of EurovisionFun’s reaction in Sweden’s song for this year’s Eurovision:

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the developments regarding Sweden’s participation in Eurovision 2023!


Måns Zelmerlöw: If Loreen wins Eurovision, I will not be returning soon!

BBCEurovision Castpodcast recently hosted the former Eurovision winner, Måns Zelmerlöw, who won Eurovision back in 2015 for Sweden. For the past years, Måns has been living with his family in the United Kingdom and stated that in the event of Loreen winning Eurovision, he will have to delay his return to Eurovision that he was planning to, as a tactic to have more possibilities of winning again, being difficult for a country to win twice in a row.

Måns Zelmerlöw feels amazed by how much the image of the United Kingdom has changed in Eurovision, after achieving the second place last year with Sam Ryder. To the hostess question whether he would also return to Eurovision-like Loreen-he answered that:

I was planning to do that somewhere in the future but in case Loreen, representing Sweden, wins for the second time, then there has to be some time between Loreen’s win and my return…

Regardless the delay that a possible Loreen’s win can result to his planned return, Måns Zelmerlöw literally glorifies Loreen and is sure that she will be crowned as a winner in May.

The last minute of her performance is one of the most beautiful I’ve ever seen and even if her song is not a new version of “Euphoria”, it manages to create something equally good. I thought that Norway was an undeniable favorite to win Eurovision, but now no one can threaten Loreen.

Later, Måns is not hesitant to ask the podcast’s hostess about her co-journalists’ opinion on Loreen’s performance, with her stating that:

They all think of the same thing, they feel that Eurovision is actually over!

Watch Loreen’s performance on the after-party right after her win in Melodifestivalen 2023:


Would you like to see Måns Zelmerlöw returning to Eurovision? Stay tuned on EurovisionFun for more news!

Watch all the eurostars’ performances at Het Grote Songfestivalfeest 2022! (Videos)

Yesterday, the 17th of November, the concert Het Grote Songfestivalfeest took place three years after the last concert, which was back in 2019, at Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

More than 30 eurostars performed on stage for the massive audience and Eurovisionfun was there to cover the show! You will get the chance to watch exclusive videos of interviews with your favourite artists and their performances!

You can watch some of the performances of the artists below:

Johnny Logan – What’s Αnother Υear

Gjon’s Tears – Tout l’univers

Michael Schulte – You Let Me Walk Alone

TIX – Fallen Angel

Efendi – Mata Hari

The Roop – Discoteque

Sandra Kim – J’aime la vie

Stay tuned at Eurovision Fun for all the latest developments regarding Eurovision 2023!