Tonight Melodifestivalen moves on to Lidköping, where a final seven acts will share the stage at the Sparbanken Lidköping Arena.
The show will air live on SVT1 from 20:00CET. Two more acts will go to the final and two will advance to the duels of Andra Chansen.
And on Thursday, we asked you who you think should win the Semi-Final and we have a resounding result.
Your favourite is returning act Lisa Ajax with 43% of all votes cast. Her ballad “Torn” has won you over.
Another returner – John Lundvik – is your second favourite. He managed 22% of all votes cast for his soul track “Too Late for Love”.
Close behind in third is Pagan Fury. The band best known for video games soundtracks won 19% of all votes cast. If this result is bared out they’ll be the first of tonight’s act to advance to Andra Chansen.
There is a big gap between third and fourth place. Anton Hagman is your fourth favourite, but he only won 6% of all votes cast.
If these results are the same tonight in Sweden that means Bishara, Arvingarna and Ann-Louise Hanson will start and end their Melodifestivalen journey in Lidköping.[polldaddy poll=10246406]
Next week the competition moves on to Andra Chansen.
Six acts have already qualified for the duels.
Anna Bergendahl and Nano from Semi-Final 1, Andreas Johnson and Vlad Reiser from Semi-Final 2, and Martin Stenmarck and Rebecka Karlsson from Semi-Final 3. Acts from the same semi-final won’t duel each other, so they’ll be mixed up by the SVT production team.
The duels also pair one song that finished third in its semi with a song that finished fourth. That should give some insight into which acts are more popular than others.
In recent years, SVT has announced the pairings for the duels the same night as Semi-Final 4, so we should know more later tonight.