Melodifestivalen 2020 Semi Final THREE

Melodifestivalen 2020 has headed up north this week to the city of Luleå. Seven acts are set to take to the Coop Norrbotten Arena stage for semi-final three. They’re all hoping to secure one of four spots in the next stages of the contest.

Two will advance direkt till final at Friends Arena. Two will have to fight another day in the duels at andra chansen. And three acts will advance no further and have to pack their bags.

You’ve read the media reviews and you’ve heard the snippets. And now you’ve seen the rehearsal clips too. Or 30-second snippets of them at least. So now we want to know who you think should win semi-final two of Melfest 2020.

Are you ready to shout it out in support of Mariette, or does Albin Johnsén’s song give you life? Are you a fan of Drängarna’s entry? It’s not too late to route for Amanda Aasa either. Perhaps you connect with Anis don Demina’s song, or you’re crying rivers of tears of joy thanks to Faith Kakembo. Maybe you think Mohombi should be one of the winners of this semi-final.

You can show your love for as many of Saturday night’s acts as you like in our poll below, but make it count because you can only vote once. We’ll close the poll early on Saturday and reveal the results in advance of Saturday night’s semi-final.

Poll: Who should win semi-final 3 of Melodifestivalen 2020 in Luleå?

How can I watch Melodifestivalen 2020?

All six weeks of Melodifestivalen 2020 will be broadcast live on SVT1. International fans will be able to watch the semi-finals, Andra Chansen and the grand final on SVTPlay. The live stream will not be geo-blocked.

All shows air from 8pm CET.

Who did you vote for in the poll? Which act from Melodifestivalen 2020 semi-final three are you most looking forward to seeing in full on Saturday? Let us know in the comments section below!

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diana
diana
7 months ago

Mohombi and Faith DTF (happy black history month y’all!)
Drängarna and Anis don Demina to AC

Héctor
Héctor
7 months ago

Let’s see… – Faith’s “Crying Rivers” kind of disappointed me. Though the staging is so beautiful and original. That’s probably a key factor and will help Faith to rech the final directly. – I like “Shout It Out” though I don’t love it and that’s the problem. Like Robin’s “Take a Chance” they are enjoyable and easy to listen but aren’t competitive at all without the staging or their charisma. Sound nice but bring nothing different or better than their previous attempts. – The third runner is Mohombi with “Winner”. I didn’t pay attention to the lyrics but I have… Read more »

Joey
Joey
7 months ago

Drängarna are my clear favourite of the week, they just have a really enjoyable song, and I’d put Faith in the final with them. But this semifinal really is quite weak in comparison to the previous two.

Lolek
Lolek
7 months ago
Reply to  Joey

Likewise. Drangarna and Faith (or) Mariette DtF.

Malin
Malin
7 months ago

Hope for Amanda Asa although I belive she has no chance.

Ung musikstudent som har mello som examensarbete såg jag på Mittnytt nu på morgonen. Gullig tjej. Lite för mycket Veronica Maggio want to bee kanske och tror de som gillar den stilen inte kollar på mello. Eller vad tror ni andra?
Dessutom inget för ESC, möjligen för svenska radio.

diana
diana
7 months ago
Reply to  Malin

Tror hon har just en låt för att få vara med på radio, inte vinna mello. Cool låt har hon iallafall

Charli Cheer Up
Charli Cheer Up
7 months ago

Mariette. I could listen to her song again and again after Melfest is over. What’s going to make it or break it for her to go to ESC is the staging ….?

Einur
Einur
7 months ago

baby girl…………………

Hyunwoo
Hyunwoo
7 months ago

Hope Mariette!

hejjs
hejjs
7 months ago

this year‘s edition of melodifestivalen is so boring

Milla
Milla
7 months ago
Reply to  hejjs

Compared to what? Lol

Johan
Johan
7 months ago
Reply to  Milla

bolibompa

Pierre
Pierre
7 months ago
Reply to  Johan

agree. bolibompa has a much nicer staging and better vocals

Johan
Johan
7 months ago
Reply to  hejjs

if i thought so i would not watch it. and still you do? dont get it

Milla
Milla
7 months ago

I’ve already found my winners so far. Anna and Dotter.
No one in this heat beats them, so I don’t care much about the result to be honest. But I would like to see Mariette and Faith I think DTF. Perhaps Mohombi. Still it will be fun watching the performances tomorrow. I’m already looking forward to SF4. Is there a gem in there somewhere?

PuppetOnAString
7 months ago
Reply to  Milla

Hanna seems very promising from Semi 4 with having a team behind her that also worked on Hold You, She Got Me and Stones

Tamanta Sina
Tamanta Sina
7 months ago

Weak semi

Johan
Johan
7 months ago
Reply to  Tamanta Sina

No! All swedish entries are much better than most NF. Deal with it. Sweden reigns!

Elina
Elina
7 months ago
Reply to  Johan

Not really, I would not say the songs are better than other NFs because they are not always that but i would say Melodifestivalen as a show is more enjoyable than most other NFs though.

handsome
handsome
7 months ago

dotter should win this head

Kris
Kris
7 months ago

I don’t like any as much as I did in semi 1 or 2
I suspect Felix , Malou , Paul , even Klara would have made it to the final had they been here

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
7 months ago

This is the heat that is really open. As much as everyone is saying there’s no standouts in here, there are no bad songs like there were in heat one and two. Overall, it’s a good level of quality.
I expect:
DTF: Mohombi/Drängarna.
AC: Mariette/Faith

I’d like to see Amanda stay alive though.

Serioja
Serioja
7 months ago

I know it’s off topic, but may I say how useless Suzanne Adams is? Not only she doesn’t know anything about esc past, but also she has zero critical thinking. But she’s always on vacation as a wiwiblogger.

Jack
Jack
7 months ago
Reply to  Serioja

Not really sure why you felt you need to comment that? Suzanne may not be the most knowledgable Eurovision fan, but I like that William involves her in reactions as she brings a different viewpoint that reflects the more casual Eurovision viewer at home which can often indicate what the result may be when it comes to the contest. I’ve really enjoyed seeing her love for Eurovision grow over the last few years so I don’t understand what your issue is.

Ashton Schier
Ashton Schier
7 months ago
Reply to  Jack

Dunno why you have been downvoted Jack. You are absolutely correct.

Paul
Paul
7 months ago
Reply to  Serioja

Clearly a case of it’s not what you know but who you know!!

MaxHightower
MaxHightower
7 months ago
Reply to  Serioja

First of all, this is WAY off topic and also extremely rude.

I personally LOVE Suzanne, she brings a new perspective into the table, the one of a chill casual viewer, yet she still treats all the entries with respect (which is something that most people outside the eurovision bubble barely do), and I also adore seeing the dynamics of the relationship with her brother: sometimes they annoy each other, they bicker a little bit but most importantly, you can see that they adore each other and that translates into exuding great chemistry and thats amazing to watch.

Nicky91
Nicky91
7 months ago
Reply to  MaxHightower

agree so much

Pierre
Pierre
7 months ago
Reply to  MaxHightower

It isnt rude just because its critical.

Coco Jambo
Coco Jambo
7 months ago
Reply to  Pierre

You’re right. I’ve noticed too that Susanne has only 5 words in her vocabulary : nice, cute, catchy, rainbows, unicorns. She says only that about each song. Is this the “perspective of the viewers at home”?

Romée
Romée
7 months ago
Reply to  Serioja

I guess you had to study the esc past first before you know anything about it? I don’t think you were born before 1956??

Sal
Sal
7 months ago
Reply to  Serioja

The vast majority of people who watch the ESC final and decide the televoting results (and perhaps the actual winner) don’t know anything about ESC so I don’t see why she can’t be included in wiwibloggs’ content.

Not sure what you mean about ‘critical thinking’ when it comes to ESC? I assume it’s related to your point about not knowing much about the contest but we get that from the rest of the wiwi vloggers and writers so there is certainly no harm, to say least, about seeing the perspective of a casual viewer.