Melodifestivalen 2021 semi-final 3 acts

Sweden’s Melodifestivalen 2021 continues with semi-final three on Saturday 20 February. As always, Swedish fans can catch the Eurovision selection by switching their televisions to SVT 1. Viewers elsewhere will need to head online.

Here’s when and how you can watch the third semi of Melfest 2021.

Watch Melodfestivalen 2021 online

Semi-final three | Deltävling 3 — 13 February 2021

Time: 20:00 CET to 21:30 CET

Semi-final three of Mello 2021 will be streamed live on SVT Play. It will be available to watch worldwide. It will also remain online for catch-up viewing — but only for the weekend. On Monday, it will go offline until after the fourth semi-final.

Click to Watch Melodifestivalen 2021 semi-final three

The third heat will see seven acts perform. As always, the semi-final results will be determined solely by the viewing public through a mixture of app and phone votes. There will be a short break in the vote at which point the two lowest acts will be eliminated. Voting will open once more, after which four entries will remain — the top two songs will go direct to the final while the next two will progress to the andra chansen round.

The running order is:

  1. Charlotte Perrelli “Still Young”
  2. Emil Assergård “Om allting skiter sig”
  3. Klara Hammarström “Beat of Broken Hearts”
  4. Mustasch “Contagious”
  5. Elisa “Den du är”
  6. Alvaro Estrella “Baila Baila”
  7. Tusse “Voices”

Christer Björkman is hosting all six episodes of Melfest 2021. He will be joined by a selection of different co-hosts throughout the series. Rapper and reggae artist Jason Diakité joins him for week three.

Will you watch Melodifestivalen semi-three? Who is your favourite? Let us know below.

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Joe
Joe
1 month ago

Will there be English sub titles for melfest?

Alfonso Moreno Domínguez
Alfonso Moreno Domínguez
2 months ago

Does anyone know if there’s any sort of English commentary or subtitles available for melodifestivalen?