Twenty-eight acts. Four semi-finals. One second chance round. And now 12 finalists.
On Saturday, Sweden will decide who will succeed Benjamin Ingrosso and become its act for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Israel.
Eight acts qualified direct from their semi-finals, four battled it out in the duels of Andra Chansen and now all twelve of them have a shot at the winning the big prize at Friends Arena on Saturday.
So we want to know who you think that should be.
Do you think Queen Wiktoria‘s coronation is long overdue? Or are Hannah Ferm & LIAMOO your firm favourites? Or perhaps John Lundvik is your pick for Sweden to send to Tel Aviv? Whichever act you love, we want to hear about it!
You can vote for as many of Saturday night’s acts as you like in the poll below, but remember you can only vote once, so make it count. We’ll reveal the results before the acts take to the stage on March 9.
Who should win the final of Melodifestivalen 2019?
1. Jon Henrik Fjällgren – “Norrsken (Goeksegh)”
2. Lisa Ajax – “Torn”
3. Mohombi– “Hello”
4. Lina Hedlund –”Victorious”
5. Bishara – “On My Own”
6. Anna Bergendahl– “Ashes to Ashes”
7. Nano – “Chasing Rivers”
8. Hanna Ferm & LIAMOO – “Hold You”
9. Malou Prytz – “I Do Me”
10. John Lundvik – “Too Late for Love”
11. Wiktoria – “Not with Me”
12. Arvingarna – “I Do”
Voting in the final of Melodifestivalen 2019 will be split between the app vote, telephone votes and international juries.
The number of international juries has been reduced from eleven to eight and the app vote has been broken out into age groups, in an effort to produce a more balanced result, after criticism that results do not reflect everyone voting at home.
This year’s international juries come from Portugal, Austria, Australia, Cyprus, France, Finland, the United Kingdom and Israel. What impact they’ll have this year remains to be seen.