Sweden: Who should win the final of Melodifestivalen 2018?


Twenty-eight songs. Four semi-finals. And now 12 finalists. Next Saturday at the final of Melodifestivalen 2018, Sweden will decide who succeeds Robin Bengtsson and becomes its act for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Portugal in May. Eight acts qualified direct from their semi-finals, four survived duels at Andra Chansen and now all twelve have a shot of winning the final. So we want to know who you think that should be.

Maybe you think Mariette’s time has arrived? Or perhaps you prefer Benjamin Ingrosso and his light display? Or could it be the case that Felix Sandman is your favourite to win now that he’s flying solo (and with that very large microphone)? Whichever one of the terrific twelve is your favourite we want to know!

You can vote for as many of the twelve finalists as you like in the poll below, but beware, you can only vote once so make your vote count! We’ll reveal the results before the acts take to the stage at Friends Arena on March 10.

Who should win the final of Melodifestivalen 2018?

1. Mendez with “Everyday”

2. Renaida with “All The Feels”

3. Martin Almgren with “A Bitter Lullaby”

4. John Lundvik with “My Turn”

5. Jessica Andersson with “Party Voice”

6. LIAMOO with “Last Breath”

7. Samir and Viktor with “Shuffla”

8. Mariette with “For You”

9. Felix Sandman with “Every Single Day”

10. Margaret with “In My Cabana”

11. Benjamin Ingrosso with “Dance You Off”

12. Rolandz with “Fuldans”

Voting in the final of Melodifestivalen 2018 will be split between international juries and televoting. International juries will reveal their votes first and then televoting results will be added to the jury scores to give a final result. Last year Robin Bengtsson won the jury vote but, failed to win the televote.