Melodifestivalen 2019: Guide For Semi-Final 4

Melodifestivalen 2019 Semi-final 4
Foto: Janne Danielsson/SVT

Tonight, the fourth and last semi-final of Melodifestivalen, Sweden’s national selection, will be live from Lidköping. Seven acts will try to win one of the two last direct tickets for the Final. Those who will finish third and forth they’ll be the last to acts that will try again on Second Chance on 2nd of March.

Five of the seven artists have previously participated. The only newcomers are Pegan Fury and Bishara.

Pegan Fury

The group consists of four members, among them is a previous Mello-artist. Mia Stegmar has competed again in 2004, but she finished 7th in her semi. They will sing “Stormbringer”.

Anton Hagman

The young artist is not new in the show. He has previously participated in the 2017 edition with the song “Kiss You Goodbye”. He managed to qualify to the Final, through Andra Chansen beating out Loreen. At the final, he finished 10th. This year is back his Swedish track “Känner Dig”.

Lisa Ajax

Lisa has participated two more times in Melodifestivalen. In 2016, at her debut, she finished 7th in the final and in 2017 9th. This year will try once again with the song “Torn”.

Arvingarna

The band has participated four more times in Melfest and actually won it one! The participated in 1993, 1995, 1999, 2002. In 1993, they mon the show and finished 7th in Eurovision. Their song is titled “I Do”.

Bishara

The artist is just 16 years old and he has just started his singing career. His song is titled “On My Own”.

Ann-Louise Hanson

The talented singer has a remarkable record in Melodifestivalen. She has competed 13 times, also she has participated the most times without a single win. Her last attempt was in 2004. Her song is titled “Kärleken Finns Kvar”.

John Lundvik

The third placer of last years is trying again with his song “Too Late For Love”. He is also the co-writer of this years UK’s entry.

You can watch the semifinal live from SVT Play here. (20:00 CET)

What do you think about Melodifestivalen? Is Sweden going to win for its seventh time this year? Write your thoughts on the comment box below.

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