Earlier this noon, SVT conducted a draw, in order to allocate the eight contestants of the fifth semi-final into two groups of four.
The the running order of the two groups of contestants, of the second chance semi-final of Melodifestivalen 2022 was just revealed by SVT!
The running order is determined, each year, by the production team of Melodifestivalen, taking into consideration both the competing songs’ musical qualities as well as stage performance and other production considerations and can be seen below:
- Tone Sekelius – “My Way“
- Alvaro Estrella – “Suave“
- Danne Stråhed – “Hallabaloo“
- Anna Bergendahl – “Higher Power“
- Theoz – “Som du vill“
- Lisa Miskovsky – “Best to Come“
- Lillasyster – “Till Our Days Are Over“
- Cazzi Opeia – “I Can’t Get Enough“
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Two songs from each of the four semi-finals, directly qualified to the grand final of Melodifestivalen 2022, which will take place on the 12th of March. The songs that placed third and fourth will have to compete again, at the fifth semi-final, held on the 5th of March.
Oscar Zia presents all the shows of Melodifestivalen 2022, while due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the shows for the national selection process that will represent Sweden in Turin this year, will be held exclusively in Stockholm!
Melodifestivalen 2022 finals will he held on the 12th of March, when we will get to know who will be selected as a representative for Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest in Turin!
The detailed schedule of Melodifestivalen 2022 is described below:
- First Semi-Final on the 5th of February, at the Avicii Arena
- Second Semi-Final on the 12th of February, at the Avicii Arena
- Third Semi-Final on the 19th of February, at the Avicii Arena
- Fourth Semi-Final on the 26th of February, at Friends Arena
- Fifth Semi-Final on the 5th of March, at Friends Arena
- The Final on the 12th of March, at Friends Arena
Stay tuned at Eurovisionfun, for all the latest developments regarding Sweden’s entry for Eurovision 2022!