What did we learn last night? That Melodifestivalen is, and always will be, unpredictable. Very few fans expected Ace Wilder to procceed straight to the final—even if she was wearing a lucky #7 on her chest. Nor did many anticipate that Shirley Clamp would finish sixth and be eliminated. All that drama explains why the afterparty rocked! People had to release some steam, y’all…
The winner of the show was Ace Wilder, who said: “I’m shocked! I feel great! At first I thought I would finish last.” She drank a lot of champagne and sprayed it everywhere….
So did Oscar Zia. Excited, surprised and overwhelmed, he thanked everyone who voted for him. “Thanks for all the support! It’s so fun!” he said. Then he headed backstage, to the hotel and then to the club, for an unforgetable night.
Outrigger, who managed to qualify for the Second Chance round, expressed their happiness and excitement, as their only goal was to move on to the next heat, regardless of whether it were the final or the Andra Chansen.
After the announcement of the results, State Of Drama said that they would celebrate harder than Outrigger. We’ll see who is still smiling when they meet again on March 1.
Dr. Alban and Jessica Folcker don’t feel sad, and they know that being eliminated from MF is not the end of the world. “We have a lot more to do as solo artists. The goal is not to hunt the Melodifestivalen, there are other things appart from it. We did the best we could and gave a spectacular performance.”
“I think the spectators of my age do not vote any more. It is the young teen now who determines the results. I trust myself, and keep the great feeling Melodifestivalen gave me during this week,” Shirley Clamp said.
So, in one week, the 4th heat of #melfest14 will take place, with Alcazar and Anton Ewald framing the line-up. Stay tunned to WiwiBloggs for all the latest news on your favourite series of shows!