During the envelop ceremony, Eurovision artists will be in the green room as usual. The EBU issued a statement confirming this. BBC’s experiment with having artists up on stage during the results, has been overturned.
After winning Melodifestivalen in 2020 and not being able to perform at Eurovision 2020, The Mamas are back for the big Swedish preselection in 2021. They are on of the five former winning acts on the list published by broadcaster SVT.
Earlier this evening, SVT announced their plans for Melodifestivalen 2021. Sweden’s national selection will continue but will be broadcast entirely from Stockholm.
When she heard that Eurovision 2020 would not take place, Ulrikke Brandstorp was heartbroken. She immediately announced that she would not take part in MGP 2021. So what now for Norway?
In a very close Melodifestivalen competition, The Mama’s transcended their backing vocalist status and won the Eurovision ticket as Sweden’s lead act. Without John Lundvik, they would have taken the Eurovision stage in Rotterdam with “Move”. What’s next for Sweden and SVT?
The Mamas will fly the flag for Sweden as the winners of Melodifestivalen after 5 weeks of competition.
Robin Bengtsson, and Anna Bergendahl are among the artists competing for the chance to represent Sweden in Rotterdam.
The Bulgarian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 is called ‘Tears getting sober’ and will be released on the 7th of March. The song will be performed by Victoria, who was announced at the beginning of the season by broadcaster BNT.
Anis don Demina, Paul Rey, Felix Sandman and Méndez feat. Alvaro Estrella are the four last qualifiers for the final of Melodifestivalen 2020 in Sweden. They won their battles in Andra Chansen on Saturday.
Hanna Ferm and Victor Crone are the final two acts voted through to the Melodifestivalen final in Stockholm. Meanwhile, Nanne Grönvall got knocked-out from the first stage of the voting.