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Melodifestivalen
(The Melody Festival)
FF Logo
Genre Pop music, etc.
Location(s) Sweden
Years active 2013–present
Founded by Sveriges Television (SVT) and Sveriges Radio (SR)
Fantasifestivalen ("The Fantasy Festival") is a music competition organised by the Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Television (SVT). It determines the country's representative for the North Vision Song Contest, and has been organized for every edition to date.

The festival has already produced one North Vision winner so far - Malena Ernman's "One Step From Paradise" from Fantasifestivalen 03 and North Vision Song Contest 3 and ten other top ten placings, including five other finishes in the top 3, for Sweden at the contest. Light orchestrated pop songs, known locally as schlager music, are so prevalent that the festival is sometimes referred to as Schlagerfestivalen ("The schlager festival"). However, SVT tries to present other styles of music such as indie, rap and rock.

Origin

Fantasifestivalen Logo

Logo used between the second and thirteenth edition

Fantasifestivalen is based on Melodifestivalen, the Swedish national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest.

Further information: History of Melodifestivalen

Participation

Timoteij NVSC1

Timoteij, the first edition's winner of Fantasifestivalen, performing on North Vision Song Contest in Budapest.

Many different songs and performers have entered Fantasifestivalen since its debut. To be eligible, performers must have any connection to Sweden - born there, raised there or have ancestry from Sweden. In the sixth and seventh edition non-Swedish artists were allowed to enter the 'Foreigner Final'. In the eighth, ninth edition and fourteenth edition non-Swedish artists were allowed to submit an entry to SVT, from which one entry had been picked internally to compete in the contest.

A CD of each edition's competing songs had been released between the second and tenth edition and from the fifteenth edition onwards.

Selection of contestants

Songs

SVT begins looking for songs a few weeks before the start of the first semifinal of the attendant show. The song can be in any language, any length and any music style. SVT prefers a huge variety of music styles to make the show more exciting.

Artists

SVT selects all the performers.

Notable artists

Petra Marklund, better known as September, has hosted the first edition and returned as a performer in the second edition, whereas Marie Serneholt was a performer in the first edition and returned as a host in the second and eighth edition. Danny Saucedo, who hosted the first edition, Andreas Lundstedt, who hosted the second edition, Eric Saade, who hosted the third and eighteenth edition, Sean Banan, who hosted the fourth edition, Måns Zelmerlöw, who hosted the fifth, sixth and fifteenth edition, Sanna Nielsen, who hosted the thirteenth and fourteenth edition, Sarah Dawn Finer, who hosted the eighteenth edition, Charlotte Perrelli, who hosted the ninteenth edition, Robin Bengtsson, who hosted the twenty-second edition and David Lindgren, who hosted the twenty-third edition have competed as an artist in the competition as well. Loreen, who hosted the semi-finals of the fifth edition, eventually went on to represent Sweden at the North Vision Song Contest 22.

Many worldwide-known acts have already participated, like Lykke Li, who is known for her song "I Follow Rivers"; Roxette, known for several hits along the world in the late 80's and early 90's, just as "The Look", "Listen To Your Heart", "It Must Have Been Love" and "Joyride"; Agnetha Fältskog, known as an ex-member of the Swedish group ABBA, had several hits around the world, as well as Agnes, who had huge success all over Europe with her song "Release Me" in 2009. Tove Lo and Zara Larsson took part in the competition before their international careers took off. Günther, who is known for his hit "The Ding Dong Song", that rose popularity becoming an internet meme, as well as Alcazar, who became famous for their song "Crying at the Discoteque" all around Europe, have participated in the contest. Army of Lovers and Rednex gained huge success in the 90s, especially with their songs "Crucified" and "Cotton Eye Joe", respectively. Amanda Jenssen is also a big name known for hits like "Happyland" and "Dry My Soul". 90s star Pandora competed in the eleventh edition. The twelfth edition was known for having big names in the competition, including Zara Larsson, Mohombi and Anette Olzon, former lead singer of the Finnish band Nightwish. Arash, known for songs such as "Boro Boro" and "Temptation", has taken part in the competition several times with various artists, as well as solo. Famous DJ Avicii has taken part in the contest once having surprisingly failed to qualify for the final.

Artists that participated most times in the contest

App. Artist Participation as solo artist Participation in a group/duet
8 Nanne Grönvall #01, #02, #03, #04, #06, #07, #08, #13
7 Amanda Fondell #01, #04, #06, #10, #12, #15, #17
6 Måns Zelmerlöw #02, #04, #13, #17, #20, #22
Sanna Nielsen #01, #04, #06, #07, #10, #20
5 Mahan Moin #09, #12, #15, #21, #23
Miss Li #02, #03, #04, #06, #12
Ola Svensson #01, #04, #06, #09, #13
Robin Stjernberg #03, #10, #17, #18, #22
Sarah Dawn Finer #01, #02, #03, #04, #06
Sean Banan #01, #02, #03, #07, #22
Timoteij #01, #04, #06, #14, #19
4 Ace Wilder #09, #15, #18, #19
Agnes #02, #06, #09, #16
Arash #18 #04, #06, #14
Emma Lewin #07 #01, #04, #05
Frida Sundemo #03, #06, #13 #18
Helena Paparizou #03, #06, #09 #07
Jasmine Kara #04, #06, #08, #13
Lisa Ajax #13, #17, #20, #21
Mariette #10, #15, #18, #23
Miriam Bryant #03, #06, #07, #15
Panetoz #08, #14, #21, #23
Robin Bengtsson #07, #09, #14, #21
Viktor Frisk #23 #10, #17, #20
3 Adele Kosman #13, #14, #15
Amanda Jenssen #01, #06, #10
Amanda Winberg #18, #20, #22
Amy Deasismont #02, #20, #21
Anna Ternheim #01, #04 #07
CazziOpeia #19, #20 #23
Darin #01, #06, #08
David Lindgren #02, #06, #10
Dolly Style #17, #20, #23
Elin Lanto #01, #09, #10
Elin Överfjord #09, #14, #17
Elize Ryd #03, #18, #21
Gathania #01, #06, #09
Ida LaFontaine #14, #18, #22
Isa #15, #19, #20
Jill Johnson #04, #10 #07
John de Sohn #01, #06, #17
Kristin Amparo #01, #06, #19
Le Kid #03, #06, #10
Linda Pritchard #02, #06, #11
Malena Ernman #01, #03, #07
Maria Hazell #15, #18, #22
Oscar Zia #07, #14, #21
Samir Badran #10, #17, #20
Sheelah #01, #04, #06
Sonja Aldén #02, #03, #06
Star Pilots #01, #06, #19
State of Drama #02, #06, #10
Stockholm Syndrome #02, #13, #19
Ulrika #08, #19, #23
Zara Larsson #03, #11, #12

Hosting

Usually cities like Malmö, Gothenburg, Östersund, Uppsala, Örebro or Linköping are hosting the semi-finals and the Andra Chansen Round, whereas Stockholm is hosting the grand final, mostly in the Friends Arena.

Hosts

Edn. Format Dates Locations Hosts Voting
#01 32 songs, 4 semi-finals, one second chance round & one final 22 March 2013 - 5 April 2013 Danny Saucedo & Petra Marklund 50% Jury, 50% SMS and telephone voting in the final. 100% SMS and telephone voting in the heats and Second Chance round.
#02 3 May 2013 - 24 May 2013
  • Fjällräven Center in Örnsköldsvik
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Malmö Arena in Malmö
  • Cloetta Center in Linköping
  • Sparbanken Lidköping Arena in Lidköping
  • Friends Arena in Stockholm
Andreas Lundstedt & Marie Serneholt
#03 12 June 2013 - 30 June 2013
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Malmö Arena in Malmö
  • Cloetta Center in Linköping
  • Fjällräven Center in Örnsköldsvik
  • Sparbanken Lidköping Arena in Lidköping
  • Friends Arena in Stockholm
Gina Dirawi & Eric Saade
#04 19 July 2013 - 3 August 2013 Helena Bergström & Sean Banan
#05 Not taken place Loreen & Måns Zelmerlöw
#06 25 August 2013 - 23 November 2013
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Löfbergs Lila Arena in Karlstad
  • Malmömässan in Malmö
  • Umeå Arena in Umeå
  • Halmstad Arena in Halmstad
  • Fjällräven Center in Örnsköldsvik
  • Sparbanken Lidköping Arena in Lidköping
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Globen in Stockholm
Helena Bergström & Sean Banan
#07 25 December 2013 - 31 January 2014 Pär Lernström & Kakan Hermansson
#08 3 April 2014 - 1 May 2014 Marie Serneholt & Rickard Olsson
#09 30 May 2014 - 10 July 2014 Carina Berg
#10 21 July 2014 - 12 September 2014 Nour El-Refai & Anders Jansson
#11 12 October 2014 - 13 November 2014 David Hellenius & Jessica Almenäs
#12 25 November 2014 - 3 January 2015
  • Vida Arena in Växjö
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Tegera Arena in Leksand
  • Malmö Arena in Malmö
  • Rosvalla Nyköping Eventcenter in Nyköping
  • Globen in Stockholm
Caroline Winberg & Malin Persson
#13 24 January 2015 - 6 March 2015
  • Telenor Arena in Karlskrona
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Skellefteå Kraft Arena in Skellefteå
  • Malmö Arena in Malmö
  • Löfbergs Lila Arena in Karlstad
  • Globen in Stockholm
Sanna Nielsen & Robin Paulsson
#14
  • Malmö Arena in Malmö
  • Saab Arena in Linköping
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Fjällräven Center in Örnsköldsvik
  • Sparbanken Lidköping Arena in Lidköping
  • Globen in Stockholm
28 songs, 4 semi-finals, one second chance round & one final 21 March 2015 - 17 May 2015
#15 31 May 2015 - 18 July 2015
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Malmö Arena in Malmö
  • Östersund Arena in Östersund
  • Conventum Arena in Örebro
  • Helsingborg Arena in Helsingborg
  • Friends Arena in Stockholm
Christine Meltzer & Måns Zelmerlöw
#16 5 songs, one final 20 September 2015
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
Christer Björkman 100% SMS and telephone voting in the final.
#17 28 songs, 4 semi-finals, one second chance round & one final 11 October 2015 - 6 December 2015
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Malmö Arena in Malmö
  • Himmelstalundshallen in Norrköping
  • Gavlerinken Arena in Gävle
  • Halmstad Arena in Halmstad
  • Friends Arena in Stockholm
Gina Dirawi 50% Jury, 50% SMS and telephone voting in the final. 100% SMS and telephone voting in the heats and Second Chance round.
#18 12 songs, one final 28 February 2016 Eric Saade, Sarah Dawn Finer 100% SMS and telephone voting in the final.
#19 28 songs, 4 semi-finals, one second chance round & one final 15 March 2016 - 28 May 2016
  • Telenor Arena in Karlskrona
  • Malmö Arena in Malmö
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Himmelstalundshallen in Norrköping
  • Rosvalla Nyköping Eventcenter in Nyköping
  • Friends Arena in Stockholm
William Spetz, Charlotte Perrelli 50% Jury, 50% SMS and telephone voting in the final. 100% SMS and telephone voting in the heats and Second Chance round.
#20 9 June 2016 - 12 August 2016
  • Fjällräven Center in Örnsköldsvik
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Tegera Arena in Leksand
  • Himmelstalundshallen in Norrköping
  • Malmö Arena in Malmö
  • Friends Arena in Stockholm
Gina Dirawi, Jovan Radomir
#21 31 August 2016 - 4 November 2016
  • Malmö Arena in Malmö
  • Fjällräven Center in Örnsköldsvik
  • Conventum Arena in Örebro
  • Gavlerinken Arena in Gävle
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Friends Arena in Stockholm
Pär Lernström, Gina Dirawi
#22 12 songs, one final 7 April 2017
  • Friends Arena in Stockholm
Robin Bengtsson, Malin Gramer 100% SMS and telephone voting in the final.
#23 28 songs, 4 semi-finals, one second chance round & one final TBA 2017 - TBA 2017
  • Himmelstalundshallen in Norrköping
  • Vida Arena in Växjö
  • Malmö Arena in Malmö
  • Gavlerinken Arena in Gävle
  • Scandinavium in Gothenburg
  • Friends Arena in Stockholm
Clara Henry, David Lindgren 50% Jury, 50% SMS and telephone voting in the final. 100% SMS and telephone voting in the heats and Second Chance round.

Rounds

One edition of Fantasifestivalen lasts about one month and consists of six shows: four semifinals, in which seven songs compete; a Second Chance round featuring songs which narrowly missed out on qualification from the semifinals; and a grand final. Twelve songs comprise the final: two automatic qualifiers from each of the semifinals, and the four most popular songs in the Second Chance round.

Foreigner Final

A "foreigner final" had been introduced in the 6th and 7th edition of Fantasifestivalen after the NBU allowed foreign artists to enter national selections. This round takes place before the first semi-final and will not have a specific number of participants. The public will choose the best song, that will participate in the respective Fantasifestivalen edition.

Semi-finals and Second Chance

Under the current system, four semifinals are hosted once in a week and seven songs compete in each show.

Unlike in the final, no juries are used; televoting decides the results. The songs are performed with voting lines open for about one and a half day for the first round of voting; the 5 songs receiving the most votes in the first round qualify to the second round. These remaining top 5 battle again for two places in the final and Andra Chansen round - the 1st and 2nd placed songs qualify to the final, and the 3rd and 4th placed songs progress to Andra Chansen.

The Second Chance round (Andra Chansen) is the fifth heat in which the last four places in the final are decided. The third- and fourth-placed songs from each semifinal (eight songs in total) compete in the event. The eight songs become divided into four duels, from which each winner qualifies to the final.

Final

Twelve songs participate: two from each semifinal, four from the Second Chance round. A running order is decided by the competition's supervisors to ensure that similar songs and artists are kept apart in the final.

The winner will represent Sweden in the North Vision Song Contest.

Voting

Fantasifestivalen Voting

Timoteij announcing the Swedish jury results in the second edition of Fantasifestivalen.

FF Voting

Lina Rafn announcing the Danish jury results in the fourteenth edition of Fantasifestivalen.

The current voting format is a positional voting system similar to that used at the Eurovision Song Contest. 11 international juries each award 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12 points to their top seven songs, the eleven juries account for 50% of the total score. Televotes account for the remaining 50%; The value of the votes was 2 x 473 points, which meant that tele-votes and jury-votes represent 50/50 each. If an entry is getting 10% of the tele-votes it will be equivalent to 10% of 473 points. The song with the highest number of points at the end of the voting is the winner.

If there is a tie, the song that has received more votes from the public receives the higher position.

Juries

Juries can send an application to SVT, when it is announced that the lines for this are open. Sweden used to be part of the juries until the 11th edition.

Edition Juries (in running order)
#01 Flag of Austria Austria, Flag of Denmark Denmark, Flag of Estonia Estonia, Flag of Finland Finland, Flag of Greece Greece, Flag of Hungary Hungary, Flag of Macedonia FYR Macedonia, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of San Marino San Marino, Flag of Spain Spain, Flag of Sweden Sweden
#02 Flag of Andorra Andorra, Flag of Austria Austria, Flag of Cyprus Cyprus, Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic, Flag of Estonia Estonia, Flag of Greece Greece, Flag of Hungary Hungary, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Macedonia FYR Macedonia, Flag of Sweden Sweden, Flag of Switzerland Switzerland
#03 Flag of Andorra Andorra, Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan, Flag of Cyprus Cyprus, Flag of Estonia Estonia, Flag of Greece Greece, Flag of Hungary Hungary, Flag of Macedonia FYR Macedonia, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Sweden Sweden, Flag of Switzerland Switzerland, Flag of Ukraine Ukraine
#04 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan, Flag of Belgium Belgium, Flag of Greece Greece, Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein, Flag of Macedonia FYR Macedonia, Flag of Moldova Moldova, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Portugal Portugal, Flag of Romania Romania, Flag of Sweden Sweden, Flag of Ukraine Ukraine
#05 N/A
#06 Flag of Andorra Andorra, Flag of Denmark Denmark, Flag of France France, Flag of Ireland Ireland, Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein, Flag of Macedonia FYR Macedonia, Flag of Moldova Moldova, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Portugal Portugal, Flag of Sweden Sweden, Flag of Ukraine Ukraine
#07 Flag of Algeria Algeria, Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan, Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina, Flag of Cyprus Cyprus, Flag of France France, Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein, Flag of Lithuania Lithuania, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Portugal Portugal, Flag of Sweden Sweden, Flag of Ukraine Ukraine
#08 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan, Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina, Flag of France France, Flag of Iceland Iceland, Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein, Flag of Malta Malta, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Poland Poland, Flag of Portugal Portugal, Flag of Tunisia Tunisia, Flag of Sweden Sweden
#09 Flag of Algeria Algeria, Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina, Flag of Denmark Denmark, Flag of France France, Flag of Georgia Georgia, Flag of Ireland Ireland, Flag of Moldova Moldova, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Poland Poland, Flag of Serbia Serbia, Flag of Sweden Sweden
#10 Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands, Flag of France France, Flag of Georgia Georgia, Flag of Germany Germany, Flag of Greece Greece, Flag of Lebanon Lebanon, Flag of Moldova Moldova, Flag of Montenegro Montenegro, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Romania Romania, Flag of Sweden Sweden
#11 Flag of Albania Albania, Flag of Algeria Algeria, Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan, Flag of Denmark Denmark, Flag of Georgia Georgia, Flag of Germany Germany, Flag of Greece Greece, Flag of Ireland Ireland, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Sweden Sweden, Flag of Tunisia Tunisia
#12 Flag of Albania Albania, Flag of Andorra Andorra, Flag of Belgium Belgium, Flag of Denmark Denmark, Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands, Flag of Georgia Georgia, Flag of Germany Germany, Flag of Greece Greece, Flag of Ireland Ireland, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Switzerland Switzerland
#13 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan, Flag of Belgium Belgium, Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina, Flag of Denmark Denmark, Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands, Flag of Georgia Georgia, Flag of Germany Germany, Flag of Iceland Iceland, Flag of Ireland Ireland, Flag of Moldova Moldova, Flag of Norway Norway
#14 Flag of Albania Albania, Flag of Armenia Armenia, Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan, Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina, Flag of Denmark Denmark, Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands, Flag of Iceland Iceland, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Slovenia Slovenia, Flag of Switzerland Switzerland, Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom
#15 Flag of Albania Albania, Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina, Flag of Denmark Denmark, Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands, Flag of Finland Finland, Flag of Germany Germany, Flag of Ireland Ireland, Flag of Moldova Moldova, Flag of Netherlands Netherlands, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Ukraine Ukraine
#16 No juries used.
#17 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina, Flag of Denmark Denmark, Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands, Flag of Germany Germany, Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan, Flag of Netherlands Netherlands, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of San Marino San Marino, Flag of Slovenia Slovenia, Flag of Spain Spain, Flag of Ukraine Ukraine
#18 No juries used.
#19 Flag of Austria Austria, Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina, Flag of Cyprus Cyprus, Flag of Denmark Denmark, Flag of Italy Italy, Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of San Marino San Marino, Flag of Slovenia Slovenia, Flag of Ukraine Ukraine, Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom
#20 Flag of Andorra Andorra, Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan, Flag of Belarus Belarus, Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina, Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands, Flag of Italy Italy, Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan, Flag of Latvia Latvia, Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg, Flag of Malta Malta, Flag of San Marino San Marino
#21 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan, Flag of Belarus Belarus, Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands, Flag of Germany Germany, Flag of Italy Italy, Flag of Latvia Latvia, Flag of Malta Malta, Flag of Norway Norway, Flag of Poland Poland, Flag of San Marino San Marino, Flag of Ukraine Ukraine
#22 No juries used.
#23 TBA

History

The following table shows the amount of countries being selected as international voting jury.

Amount Country Editions
17 Flag of Norway Norway #01, #02, #03, #04, #06, #07, #08, #09, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #17, #19, #21
10 Flag of Denmark Denmark #01, #06, #09, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #17, #19
Flag of Sweden Sweden #01, #02, #03, #04, #06, #07, #08, #09, #10, #11
9 Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan #03, #04, #07, #08, #11, #13, #14, #20, #21
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina #07, #08, #09, #13, #14, #15, #17, #19, #20
8 Flag of Faroe Islands Faroe Islands #10, #12, #13, #14, #15, #17, #20, #21
Flag of Ukraine Ukraine #03, #04, #06, #07, #15, #17, #19, #21
7 Flag of Germany Germany #10, #11, #12, #13, #15, #17, #21
Flag of Greece Greece #01, #02, #03, #04, #10, #11, #12
6 Flag of Ireland Ireland #06, #09, #11, #12, #13, #15
Flag of Moldova Moldova #04, #06, #09, #10, #13, #15
5 Flag of Andorra Andorra #02, #03, #06, #12, #20
Flag of France France #06, #07, #08, #09, #10
Flag of Georgia Georgia #09, #10, #11, #12, #13
Flag of Macedonia FYR Macedonia #01, #02, #03, #04, #06
Flag of San Marino San Marino #01, #17, #19, #20, #21

Winners

All Swedish North Vision representatives have come from Fantasifestivalen to date, except NONONO in the 5th edition, due to organization problems and low viewing figures the Fantasifestivalen edition had been cancelled. Sweden has won the North Vision Song Contest 3, and achieved ten other top 10 placings, including top 3 placings in the first, fifth, eighth, thirteenth and ninteenth edition.

Edition Artist Song Translation Points (Fantasifestivalen Final) Margin Position in North Vision
#01 Timoteij "Puls" Pulse 156 3 3rd
#02 Martin Stenmarck "Frozen In My Heart" 183 62 8th
#03 Malena Ernman "One Step From Paradise" 153 5 1st
#04 Melissa Horn "Kvar I Nått Jag Lämnat" Remaining in the night I left 133 9 14th
#051 NONONO "Pumpin Blood" 3rd
#06 Marie Serneholt "That's the Way My Heart Goes" 121 9 17th
#07 Malena Ernman "Perdus" Lost 123 8 16th (SF)
#08 Ulrika "Animal" 131 1 3rd
#09 Helena Paparizou "Set Your Heart On Me" 169 58 7th
#10 Alvaro Estrella "All In My Head" 125 6 20th
#11 Getty Domein "Dance With The Devil" 149 15 17th
#12 Mahan Moin "Azizami" My darling 116 3 6th
#13 Stockholm Syndrome "Kalabalik" 155 42 2nd
#14 Timoteij "Wildfire" 103 4 11th
#15 Dinah Nah "Taste Your Love" 126 1 4th
#16 Agnes Carlsson "Human Touch" 386 28 21st
#17 Velvet "Friendly Fire" 114 1 15th
#18 Violet Days "Screaming Colors" Only televoting used 17th
#19 Sophia Somajo "Klein Blue" 138 38 3rd
#20 Rbecka "Should Have Surrendered" 113 20 21st
#21 Mahan Moin "Elysium" 140 47 5th
#22 Loreen "Statements" Only televoting used TBA
#23 TBA "TBA" TBA TBA TBA

1 The song has not been chosen through Fantasifestivalen 05.

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