After many weeks of speculations, it’s time to learn who will participate in the next edition of Melodifestivalen. The artists will be announced on a period of three days. Today, the next nine acts will be revealed. From 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. (CET), every hour an artist will be announced.
Note: This post will be updated every hour!
The 2021 Participants:
Dotter returns to the competition for the third time, after her last year success. Her entry will be “Little Tot” and is composed by Johanna ”Dotter” Jansson and Dino Medanhodzic.
Elisa is returning for the first time since 2014 with the song “Den du är”, which means “Who Are You”. The entry is composed by Bobby Ljunggren, Ingela Pling Forsman and Elisa Lindström.
Lillasyster will debut in this year’s Melodifestivalen with the song “Pretender”. The entry is composed by Isak Hallén, Jakob Redtzer, Martin Westerstrand, Ian Paolo Lira and Palle Hammarlund.
Frida Green will debut in this year’s Melodifestivalen with the song “The silence”. The entry is composed by Anna Bergendahl, Bobby Ljunggren, David Lindgren Zacharias and Joy Deb.
Charlotte Perrelli, the Eurovision winner, returns to the contest. The last time she participated was in 2017. Her song “Still Young” is composed by Thomas G:son, Bobby Ljunggren, Erik Bernholm and Charlie Gustavsson.
Patrik Jean will take part this year to the national final with the song “Tears Run Dry”. The song is composed by Herman Gardarfve, Patrik Jean and Melanie Wehbe.
WAHL feat. SAMI
WAHL feat. SAMI will debut to the contest with the song “90-talet”. The entry is composed by Sami Rekik, Christopher Wahlberg, Josefin Glenmark, Jesper Welander and Andreas Larsson.
Nathalie Brydolf will debut to the contest with the song “Fingerprints”. The entry is composed by Andreas Stone Johansson, Etta Zelmani, Laurell Barker and Anna-Klara Folin.
Anton Ewald returns to the contest with the song “New Religion”. The entry is composed by Jonas Wallin, Joe Killington, Anton Ewald and Maja Strömstedt.
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