Another week, another seven-song showdown in Sweden’s Melodifestivalen 2021. Semi-Final 2 saw WAHL feat. Sami work a fluorescent colorway as they celebrated all things 90s, and Julia Alfrida popped and squat before a red wall filled with people of all ages. But in the end it was Dotter (“Little Tot”) and Anton Ewald (“New Religion”) who won the day and will advance direkt till final. Frida Green (“The Silence”) and Eva Rydberg & Ewa Roos (“Rena rama ding dong”) will move on to the Second Chance round Andra Chansen.

Melodifestivalen 2021: Semi-Final 2 Winners (direkt till final)

Dotter “Little Tot”

Little Tot is the latest stage in Dotter’s ongoing evolution. Here she balances her softness and delicate voice with a hard-edged look. Part rocker, part Dominatrix, she’s 100 per cent in control. This had, by far, the most thorough and complete staging. It takes the viewer on a journey — from Dotter walking solo in the darkness, to Dotter standing on a small plinth with backing dancers behind. Her hair gets a deserved silhouette moment as she repeats “you don’t wanna be like us.”

Anton Ewald “New Religion”

Anton Ewald started his career as a dancer, and that really shows. He delivered what may be the slickest choreography thus far in Melfet. Wearing a black and gold jacket and some skinny trousers, he showed off fancy footwork as he moved among a sea of lasers and strobes. The percussion worked particularly well, giving us major Eric Saade popular vibes. Toward the end of the song the pre-recorded backing did most of the heavy lifting, but that’s OK. This felt like a real pop performance — something we have missed over the past year.

Melodifestivalen 2021: Semi-Final 2 Andra Chansen

Frida Green “The Silence”

This song is all about hope and letting time lead you to solutions. Frida wore a 1990s prom dress inspired by nature. The green sequins worked well against the largely green and gold background, and her fiery red hair added real pop. There definitely wasn’t any silence here. Her voice, among the strongest of the night, really filled the void. It’s just a shame that she had to deliver a rather predictable song  that was very ballad-by-numbers. It could have been written by a Melodifestivalen Artificial Intelligence programme.

Eva Rydberg & Ewa Roos “Rena rama ding dong”

I imagine that I’d appreciate this if I spoke Swedish. But I don’t, so I can’t. Eva and Ewa are a spirited duo who remind me of that aunt who has a little too much to drink at the family reunion. Every expense was spared in this — the costumes, the lack of staging, even the lighting…it all seemed very elementary school talent show. Weirdly, though, that works well in the current climate where we are all re-thinking how we live. Even if “Rena rama ding dong” sounds like an aggressive pick-up line, there’s charm here courtesy of the two leading ladies.

Eliminated Acts in SF2

5. Patrik Jean “Tears Run Dry”

This felt like a contemporary take on “The Circle of Life” from The Lion King. It was hopeful, joyous and somehow inspiring with a melody and sounds that dared us all to celebrate and take things higher. Patrik stood centre stage in an all-white suit as dancers interpreted his song in the most modern of ways. Fierce strobes gave this edge. The overall effect was avant-garde and artistic.

6. WAHL feat. SAMI “90-talet”

They came to celebrate the 90s, and they did exactly that — referencing The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air amid their mostly Swedish lyrics. This was bright, in-your-face and joyous. Even if rap isn’t your thing, the uplifting chorus was sure to make you smile and bob along.

7. Julia Alfrida “Rich”

With her dark tones and rich voice, Julia has definite shades of Lorde. Her performance lived up to the title — this looked expensive! She performed bathed in red light with a wall behind her displaying the faces of people of all ages singing along to her song. It was so polished it almost felt cold. But her awesome voice gave this a bit of warmth to balance it out.

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Stan
Stan
17 days ago

Tip: if you put Swedish subtitles on, and let Swedish always be translated to English in your Chrome browser. Then you get live the lyrics of the songs in Swedish translated to English, and you suddenly know what they sing about.

Piet
Piet
18 days ago

Little Tot was kind of a disappointment to me. Staging, singing, sound, and her looks are great, but do you want to make people vote for you by singing that “we” – including the voters – are basically crap ?!?

Mar
Mar
18 days ago

I actually loved the perfomance of Anton. Using the backing track is quite common when it comes to perfomances with hard choreography. (is very often used in k-pop). At the end of the day he may not be the best singer, but is a great artist. Dotter was amazing as well

Samo
Samo
18 days ago
Reply to  Mar

Backing track killed several Swedish entries in the past, because they sounded good at Melfest, but failed miserably at Eurovision where all vocals had to be performed live. It would be better to require live backing vocals at Melfest too, so they avoid this situation in the future.

Last edited 18 days ago by Samo
Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  Samo

The reverse has happened – pre-recorded vocals will be allowed in Rotterdam.

Samo
Samo
17 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Sadly, they will. I hope it will be reversed for 2022.

A big part of the problem is that you can’t really draw the line for backing vocals. Once you allow some backing vocals, you are allowing pretty much everything except the most outrageous attempts.

Anton’s performance is a fine example of what can and most likely will happen this year. There is no doubt whatsoever that those vocals qualify as backing vocals. And yet they are more important than the actual live lead vocal.

You
You
18 days ago

There’s not much to say qualitywise, it was decent but nothing spectacular. I would have switced Anton and Frida for Patrik & WAHL. feat SAMI. All of these songs seem to rely too much on the backtrack which makes many performances seem so dull. Like it’s useless to judge, when it’s basicly an audio played and lipsynced. Hoping that next week will be better, but it’s quite unlikely. Every country has it’s moments and Sweden has passed that. Dotter seems like the best act to go as of now, but there’s two semifinals still with new songs so we will… Read more »

Kalla
Kalla
19 days ago

Well I have to say, I feel sorry for the non qualifiers last week, as they could have all easily sailed through to the final this week. Which I am a bit dissapointed about. Surprised to see dotter surging ahead in the odds to win now. I enjoyed the song and performance, but it is definitely going to appeal to a more nithe audience than bulletproof. And what an earth happened at the end with Anton ?? Really undermines every performance now for me, if the backing track is carrying that much weight in the performances. I found the song… Read more »

Stephanie
Stephanie
19 days ago

Jag tycker inte att Dotters säng är riktigt speciell. Och med Anton hade jag en känsla av att det var lite otydligt sjungande. Så jag är lite besviken. Sorry.

Edu
Edu
19 days ago

Anton is so overrated. Always the same kind of song and perfo. His high notes live were a disaster, come on!
Patrik and Julia didn’t deserve to be out.
I’m glad for Dotter! Little Dot is catchy as f…

Yorkster
Yorkster
19 days ago

I know I’m probably going to get bashed for this but between the fact that I liked ‘Bulletproof’ and there were nods to a darker vibe this year, I really, really thought I would like ‘Little Tot’ but sadly it left me extremely underwhelmed.

As we all know, last year the Mamas just inched it past Dotter, and that’s how I personally felt between the two songs. I can’t make assumptions, but it could possibly end up going the same way this year… Saying that, if Eric Saade has a banger – there’s your MF winner

Lills
Lills
19 days ago

People complaining over the songtitle “Little Tot” but tbh she already made it iconic!

Azaad
Azaad
19 days ago
Reply to  Lills

It’s what Johanna’s family used to call her when she was younger. If anything I think it underlines how personal the song is for her, which makes the song unique amongst a selection infamous for prioritising sleek professionalism at the expense of emotion.

Yup
Yup
19 days ago
Reply to  Azaad

Robyn told here that wasn’t true, it’s just a friendly name to call a child or such

Charli Cheer Up
Charli Cheer Up
18 days ago
Reply to  Lills

Her name is literally pronounced ‘daughter’ and the song title refers to a little toddler so its like she’s talking to herself when she was a child. It has a ring to it!

SpirK
SpirK
19 days ago

I generally preferred this semi final to the first, I felt the overall quality of the songs was better and I preferred the results by far. My top 7:
1. Dotter (easily the best song so far, a candidate to win and I could see it placing top 5 in eurovision)
2. Eva and Ewa
3. Anton Ewald
4. Julia Alfrida
5. Frida Green
6. Sami and Wahl
7. Patrik Jean

Whisker
Whisker
19 days ago

What’s the criteria EBU will enforce about the pre-recorded vocals? Is there any? Is EBU going to MONITOR and MEASURE the mic input of the performer on the ESC stage? 

Kalla
Kalla
19 days ago
Reply to  Whisker

Well judging on this season so far, it does need regulating a lot more. Can clearly hear on a lot of performances that the backing track is doing all the work.

Whisker
Whisker
19 days ago
Reply to  Kalla

It’s a terrible situation. Wiwibloggs, we need answers!

AndersP
AndersP
19 days ago

I think the end performance will have killed Anton’s chances of doing well in the final — it exposed just how much of the heavy lifting was being done by the backing track. It’s a solid pop song, but when a magician reveals their tricks, they stop being exciting.

Kalla
Kalla
19 days ago
Reply to  AndersP

It definitely was an OMG moment, from a little boring semi this week. But yes, was shocked by the backing track more so.

Una
Una
19 days ago
Reply to  AndersP

I’ve managed to see the dtf performance. Mygd. Shocking, really. All hope is lost for 2021. Any shaddow of doubt over one performance alone can make Eurovision 2021 look bad.

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
19 days ago

I think “Little Tot” is a similar standard to “Bulletproof” was last year, which bodes well for Dotter’s chances. For me, personally, it’s ok to good. I’m not amazed by it or anything. It’s probably the first place in this semifinal for me but I think I prefer songs in SF1 more. As for this one, I never like using the term “robbed” but there is no objective criteria that you can use to convince me that anything about Anton Ewald’s song was better than Patrik Jean’s, apart from the fact that more people know who he is. In this… Read more »

Denis
Denis
19 days ago
Reply to  Briekimchi

Patrik Jean is a great performer but the song was snooze! On the other hand Anton was very entertaining and had good staging

Last edited 19 days ago by Denis
Yup
Yup
19 days ago
Reply to  Denis

Anton’s song was awfully just a new version of his previous entries. Overrated tbh..

Denis
Denis
18 days ago
Reply to  Yup

Might be but it was still very entertaining and you remembered him. Patrik Jean was just there..

Berco
Berco
19 days ago

First of all, Oscar was really a cutie 🙂
Dotter delivered all her potential, and everyone could see that. I like the staging altough it has less surprises than last year. Her vocals have improved so much with this song. This will be an intimidating winner candidate for the final. Well done for Dotter/Totter/Dotterdam 🙂

Patrick
Patrick
19 days ago

Oscar is a snack!!!
The grannies had the catchiest song!!!
Really don’t understand the Dotter-hype, as I didn’t last year!!!

Manuel
Manuel
19 days ago

Hm, wasn’t the strongest show, was it? Dotter was the best, but I didn’t like it as much as Bulletproof. Happy for Anton, though I was quite surprised – vocally he was very weak.

Nellie K
Nellie K
19 days ago

My two favourites Patrik Jean and WAHL feat. SAMI didn’t get through and I’m just dissapointed! Anton didn’t even sing more than few words and Frida’s song was so generic!

I hate this! Worst selection ever! Thank God Dotter went to final, other than that, there is not much to be happy about !

Naomi
Naomi
19 days ago

Dotter’s song was even worse in full but I won’t argue against it going DTF considering just how low the bar was across the board- to the point where Eva & Ewa are unironically my favourite from this heat and second favourite overall. This is shaping up to be a bafflingly weak year of Melodifestivalen.

Naomi
Naomi
18 days ago
Reply to  Naomi

This seems to have been a divisive comment when really, I was just being honest!

Gurl
Gurl
19 days ago

Dotter sounded (and looked) amazing. I got Euphoria flashbacks honestly (I’m not comparing the two songs, but talking about how I felt watching both performances, the coolness, the epicness… )

Last edited 19 days ago by Gurl
KMO92
KMO92
19 days ago

Sorry if this is a rookie question. But why are none of the songs available on Spotify? When do they get released?

Azaad
Azaad
19 days ago
Reply to  KMO92

All DTF songs are only released once the 4th semi is finished, so in two weeks time. The other five should be available though, but it’s up to the artists to release them not SVT.

Craig
Craig
19 days ago

Another strong semi. Patrick Jean very hard done by

Grft
Grft
19 days ago

Do you think Dotter is saving something in the staging for the final?

Jonas
Jonas
19 days ago
Reply to  Grft

No. That’s not how it works – she might change it slightly, but nothing that she was saving especially for the final.

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
19 days ago
Reply to  Grft

Jonas is right, but I can understand why you would think she might be!

Grft
Grft
19 days ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

I mean I wish she would, especially at the beginning of the last chorus – something that would have a wow effect. I find the staging really sleek and professional but quite underwhelming compared to last year’s wonder.

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
19 days ago
Reply to  Grft

I completely agree! The staging is competent but not spectacular.

aden
aden
19 days ago
Reply to  Grft

great idea

Mattias Sollerman
Mattias Sollerman
19 days ago

Not only am I currently drinking the Kool Aid, I am injecting it directly into my veins. My goosebumps have goosebumps and they also are consuming Kool Aid at an alarming rate. The bandwagoon has been jumped on, seized, and filled with rocket fuel. The repeat button is destroyed, gone, pulverised. We’ve just experienced a level of sublime glory far beyond sliced bread.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
19 days ago

Fantastic.

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
19 days ago

Halfway in, and I feel like the Melfest producers are holding back the performance they think will win. Probably saving it right for the very end.

Azaad
Azaad
19 days ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

Eric is extremely charismatic but just because he’s got slot 28 I don’t see that happening.

Milla
Milla
19 days ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

According to rumours Tusse will be the one to watch out for next week.

IHPIESC
IHPIESC
19 days ago

It is good to see that Ewa and Eva are in second chance round! They are really nice women, song is quite nice too!

willchrisiam
willchrisiam
19 days ago

I’m extremely happy for Dotter but Patrik Jean not advancing just ruined my evening. That staging was beyond beautiful. The song is so dreamy and he sounded amazing. I was sooooo hoping he would be the second finalist but deep down I knew Swedes were gonna do him dirty. I really hope he doesn’t get discouraged and comes back to Mello in the future. I genuinely feel sad.

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
19 days ago
Reply to  willchrisiam

At least you saw him in the semi final, plenty don’t even get there.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
19 days ago

It’s nice to see that Sweden are still putting the emotional pretty boy direct to the final. 😉 (Sarcastic applause.) But Anton’s vocals aside, I really enjoyed tonight’s performances. Dotter was my favourite, no question, so I am glad she went through straight away. Eva and Ewa were the talk of our living room! – they had such a great vibe going on, it will be really interesting to see how they do in the andra chansen duels. About Patrik Jean – This song was actually quite good, so it thought it was a bit harsh for it to finish… Read more »

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
19 days ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

I thought what Anton missed in his vocals he certainly made up for with his feet! Quite the footwork!

Jonas
Jonas
19 days ago

Eva Rydberg reminds me of Gwen Verdon.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
19 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

I was actually thinking carol Burnett

Jonas
Jonas
19 days ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

Carol Burnett for the looks and comedy. Gwen Verdon for the looks, comedy and dancing.

Tim
Tim
19 days ago

I think it’s kinda weird to see dotter as a winner already. It’s like everyone in the fandom has biased opinions. They loved her entry before it was out. The queen slays… But give the other give the others a chance too. We still have Eric, The Mamas, Charlotte and more to come with potential bangers.

Erik
Erik
19 days ago
Reply to  Tim

Nah no worries, Swedes don’t see her as winner yet!
We still have alot of artist to listen to, so the race is very open.
Dotter was only the winner of this semi that’s it!

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
19 days ago
Reply to  Tim

I agree with you Tim! I expected a little more from the 3 minutes with Dotter. She leads the pack two SFs in, but Eric and The Mamas will surely have only returned to Melfest with something that can win a landslide.

Last edited 19 days ago by Jimmy Smit
Jonas
Jonas
19 days ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

They might think that, but they could be just deluding themselves. I don’t think they would be that confident, though – The Mamas won by one point last year, and when Eric last sang in the contest, he came 5th.

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
19 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

True—I just think to come back now, they must have something worth coming back for.

Denis
Denis
18 days ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

No one think Mamas can win, that is something only fans think because they think Swedes feel some sort of guilt towards them. Tusse is talked about as a huge favourite. But right now Dotter has the momentum? Will she have it later? Who knows. Will she win? If nothing better comes along then yes.

Azaad
Azaad
19 days ago
Reply to  Tim

I don’t think her fans were confident about her winning MelFest overall, just this semi.

bobsen
bobsen
19 days ago

Wahl and Sami was by far the best one – gutted we won’t get to experience that show again.

Ricky Gervais
19 days ago

Yay! The ladies made it! 🙂 I’ve been humming this song all day. 😀

nycforever
nycforever
19 days ago

Please, Sweden, just stop the festival and send Dotter to Rotterdam. I’m so afraid to see the repeat of 2020 results.

Naomi
Naomi
19 days ago
Reply to  nycforever

If she has the best song, she’ll win. If her song was good, you wouldn’t have any reason to be afraid.

nycforever
nycforever
19 days ago
Reply to  Naomi

Agree. However, Dotter had the best song last year but Mamas won. Their song was good, too. But Dotter was the best.

aden
aden
19 days ago
Reply to  nycforever

Imagine Dotter and the Mamas again at the end. That would be crazy

Evelyn
Evelyn
19 days ago
Reply to  nycforever

She is truly awful and they are obviously pushing her. The song was boring. Heard it many times before.

Dalth
Dalth
19 days ago

Jeez did Anton sing any of that was quite telling at the end there lol Dotter was clear winner tonight did feel like a bit of a gap between her and the others quality and performance wise. The song builds well but dunno about the chorus obviously have to wait and see what else the Swedes have up there sleeve but not sure this song is strong enough to win.

Last edited 19 days ago by Dalth
Kosey
Kosey
19 days ago

Loving Dotter’s performance – she oozes class and style from every pore.

Sabrina
Sabrina
19 days ago

I believe it’s safe to assume that Dotter became not just my personal frontrunner, but Melfest’s frontrunner for now. “Little Tot” is catchy, has a good build up the snippets were hiding from us and her performance was great, it’s like every year she comes back with better stage presence and vocals. The ball is now on the next semifinalists’ court. My other qualifier would probably be Patrik Jean (the song is so-so, but the whole package worked pretty well), with Eva & Ewa (couldn’t understand one word they were singing, but it was so fun to watch them) and… Read more »

Jonas
Jonas
19 days ago
Reply to  Sabrina

Quite weird staging for someone who’s singing to toddlers, though.

Jonas
Jonas
19 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

I’m half joking.

Sabrina
Sabrina
19 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

I can’t remember who wrote something similar here in the comments, but I also feel in this song she’s addressing her younger version. That would actually explain the dark staging. I personally like it. And Sacha Jean-Baptiste is very effective when she’s invested, which I think it was the case here.

Jonas
Jonas
19 days ago
Reply to  Sabrina

I’m not sure she’s singing to her toddler self, I can’t really see the point of that – she’s already grown up. It could be like the ghost of Christmas future, I suppose…but still, too late. It makes more sense to me that she’s telling future generations to learn from our mistakes.

Jonas
Jonas
19 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Then again, I couldn’t actually understand some of what she was singing, so maybe I missed some important bits.

Sabrina
Sabrina
19 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

The lyrics are actually pretty simple and straight-forward, so there’s a big chance you’re right and maybe me and the other commenter were just reading too much. But my point is that the intention here is not to address a kid (and I guess you agree, since you only half-joked about it!), it’s more like she’s reflecting about the mistakes made by her generation. That’s one of the things I like about it, it’s not preachy, it sounds earnest.

Samo
Samo
19 days ago

Dotter’s song is great but masks in the performance made me feel quite anxious so I couldn’t enjoy it. Not sure if it is some artistic tatement or what? I hope they’ll drop it in the final.

Sad to not see Ewas go straight to the final, they are übercute 🙂

Dent
Dent
19 days ago
Reply to  Samo

I think the masks are just a gimmick, but Dotter stole the show for sure, didn’t even pay attention to what the dancers were wearing

GrantK
GrantK
19 days ago

Dotter was incredible anton was awful and his vocals are abysmal Patrik was robbed! Eva and ewa should have had antons DTF place haha!

Lesbi honest
Lesbi honest
19 days ago

Wow. The star quality of Dotter. Can Sweden just send her to Rotterdam already?

Evelyn
Evelyn
19 days ago
Reply to  Lesbi honest

No, she is just awful. Terrible song and awful performance. She has never actually been good but has an air of entitlement. She is obviously being pushed by the lagging Swedish music industry. Family connections probably got her where she is.

Whisker
Whisker
19 days ago
Reply to  Evelyn

This is the most deluded comment I’ve ever read here.

GrantK
GrantK
18 days ago
Reply to  Evelyn

You are entitled to the WRONG opinion!

Lisa
Lisa
19 days ago

RENA RAMA DING DONG

Lolek
Lolek
19 days ago

So happy with Dotter and Anton qualifying! And Eva/Ewa to AC!! A bit surprised Patrick Jean didn’t get to AC though!

Denis
Denis
19 days ago

That was expected! Dotter was by far the best. The Evas gave us a laugh and that is why they passed. Patrik Jean was great but the song was snooze!

Poju90
Poju90
19 days ago
Reply to  Denis

And Patrik had wacky dancers whom dont fit

Miss Uncongeniality
Miss Uncongeniality
19 days ago

I loved this semi…Oscar and Anis were totally funny, i loved them (and i was not excited for them, when they were announced). The only thing i didn’t like about the semi was the elimination of Patrik, i think his song was beautiful, with good voice and a lovely staging. About Eva&Ewa, they buyed me, torally funny. Anton was an AC material for me, Frida was my 5th place (indeed my 6th, my 5th was Julia). About Dotter, well, i loved the song, very catchy, loved the staging, totally stylish

Poju90
Poju90
19 days ago

Anton is Great Dancer and performer (:. Dotter is Queen (:(:

WannaEatMySpaghetti
WannaEatMySpaghetti
19 days ago

Anton sang really bad and it’s a shame that he got through. He wasn’t better than Kadiatou last week.

Dotter is the queen of the night as expected. I would have put Eva and Eva direct in final instead of Anton. Those grandma’s are brilliant.
In Andra Chansen I would have put Patrick Jean and WAHL ft. SAMI.

Erasmus
Erasmus
19 days ago

He may sang as bad as Kadiatou, but at least he performed like his life was at stake, u cannot say the same for Kadiatou who literally gave us nothing haha

Mariia
Mariia
18 days ago
Reply to  Erasmus

Totally agree with you about the perfomance

Adrian
Adrian
19 days ago

Gutted for Patrik Jean but so glad Dotter and Anton advanced directly to the final

Laimis
Laimis
19 days ago

Protect Eva & Ewa at all costs! So happy for them!!!!

Last edited 19 days ago by Laimis
GrantK
GrantK
19 days ago
Reply to  Laimis

Couldn’t agree more they were living their best lives on that stage and I think a lot of people fell in love with them! A song to put smiles on many faces!

Last edited 19 days ago by GrantK
bartosz
bartosz
19 days ago
Reply to  GrantK

I loved their reaction when the results were announced. They were shocked 😀

Samo
Samo
17 days ago
Reply to  Laimis

Honestly, at this point I want them to win Melfest. Seriously, I’m totally going to vote for them in the final.

They are the real queens!

Azaad
Azaad
19 days ago

Anton’s performance demonstrates that the EBU are REALLY going to have to monitor the backing track situation this year, and hopefully revert to live backing next year.

Samo
Samo
17 days ago
Reply to  Azaad

The trouble is that Anton’s performance was perfectly in line with ESC rules. Those pre-recorded vocals definitely do qualify as backing vocals under all usual definitions – yet they are completely against the spirit of a competition that is supposed to be sung live.

Allowing pre-recorded vocals was a major mistake and it will cause a damage to ESC’s reputation precisely because of situations like this.

ESCJudge
ESCJudge
19 days ago

I tought, maybe after dropping Jessica last week this time it will be at least reasonable… And if for Dotter it was (very catchy, better than “Bulletproof”) than for this “I can’t sing (but I dance good, though repeatable)” Ewald I just can’t understand it… and those Rama lamas (or something) were really better than the dropped ones? Even this Billie Eilish copycat was better than those two eleder ladies… right? But my fav was this “90-talet” thing -very optymistic and nice head-shaker. But no. I’ll saybit loud: there is one song in the Final so far and it’s Dotters.

blueeyed
blueeyed
19 days ago

Tonight’s show was as boring as last Saturday. I don’t know why everyone is drooling over Dottir. She sounded just like last year, totally boring.

aden
aden
19 days ago
Reply to  blueeyed

boring like you

Diana
Diana
19 days ago

LOVED this results. Voted like crazy for Dotter and she is my fav to win the entire thing. Anton breaking down during his winning performance was cute af and he deserved DTF

GrantK
GrantK
19 days ago
Reply to  Diana

He did Not deserve it he’s crap and his vocal ability is none existent! Patrik was deserving of that place.

Paul
19 days ago
Reply to  GrantK

Ok I get u dont like him and that’s fine but theres no reason to be mean and insult him like that, he may not have the best vocals but he worked his ass off and had a good performance, so do me a favor and please shut up