Semi-Final 3 of Melodifestivalen 2021 has now come on gone. After a night filled with strobes and smoke, runways and some gorgeous lights, two acts advanced direkt till finalTusse (“Voices”) and Charlotte Perrelli (“Still Young”). Alvaro Estrella and Klara Hammarström finished third and fourth, securing the two spots in the Second Chance round Andra Chansen.

Melodifestivalen 2021: Semi-Final 3 Winners (direkt till final)

Charlotte Perrelli “Still Young”

“Still Young” is composed by some very familiar Mello names. Thomas G:son is best known as the co-writer of “Euphoria”. Bobby Ljunggren co-wrote former Swedish hits “Invincible” (with G:son) and “Hero”. Erik Bernholm co-wrote “In a Moment Like This”, “Quédate contigo” and “Waterfall”, all with G:son. The three have also been behind Anna Bergendahl’s recent offerings “Ashes to Ashes” and “Kingdom Come”.

Part folk and very schlager, it’s a simple and uplifting song about the excitement of life despite growing older. “Times moving on, but it’s never too late”. Charlotte continues by referring to how life grows no less unpredictable with time. “And it won’t be easy, I probably make some mistakes, But I’ll do anything, no matter how much it will take.” Charlotte also makes us want to remember how far each of us come in our lives. “I’m thinking back, back to when we were kids, I could never have figured we’d ever have something like this”.

Did anyone else flashback to the opening of the Eurovision 2016 grand final with that white, illuminated runway and those avant-garde dancers?

Tusse “Voices”

“Voices” is an electro-pop song, with a slightly dark feel to it. The chorus frequently mentions the lyrics “a million voices” — a phrase that did especially well for Russian singer Polina Gagarina at Eurovision 2015. The “Voices” lyrics are about unity, hope, perseverance and freedom.

”My song happened when I was sitting in a session with Joy Deb and Linnea Deb and the rest of the group”, Tusse tells SVT.  “We were writing music, but nothing felt right, and nothing felt close to the heart. But then it transpired that they had already written such a beautiful song that I got to hear. I just said: ‘That’s the one! That’s the one we should go for.’ The song is about fellowship, freedom and the importance of all voices being heard.”

Melodifestivalen 2021: Semi-Final 3 Andra Chansen

Alvaro Estrella “Baila Baila”

“Baila Baila” or “Dance Dance” in English, is a reggaetón party song sung mostly in English with a few Spanish lyrics thrown in for good measure. The lyrics are about dancing like devils with your one desire, even when the sun goes down. You can see it now. In the Ibiza heat with a cool cocktail in hand with beautiful sweaty bodies getting it on to “Baila Baila” on the beach. Who needs central heating when you have Alvaro warming up a cold Annexet studio and bringing the party to Stockholm?

Klara Hammarström “Beat of Broken Hearts”

“It’s a song that a lot of people can relate to with a lovely message, and I would say that it’s a very beautiful song that could almost have been taken out of a Disney movie,” Klara says when asked about “Beat Of Broken Hearts”. But what exactly is that message? This upbeat pop number is about how can you find the motivation to keep going on even after you face something as deterring as a heartbreak. “The beat of broken hearts / Gonna gonna make it through / Gonna find a way for you / And heal our broken parts / Never ever fall apart”, sings Klara. The songstress is direct. She’s not here for people keeping their emotions buried and putting up a strong front. “Ignore all sideshows distractions”, she commands. There’s nothing foolish about sharing your feelings — “Don’t care about the silly season”. But Klara admits that the process is tough. We might lose our way or fade away, but in time all our hearts will heal. The staging was beautiful — she dressed like a high-fashion extra from a Game of Thrones set in the future and worked a beautiful lightscape.

Eliminated Acts in SF3

Emil Assergård “Om allting skiter sig”

“If everything screws up tonight / We can start over and over again.” So sing Emil, albeit in Swedish, in this song that is all about being resilient, a message that can apply as much to the pandemic era as to personal relationships. The song has a rousing chorus and brings a kind of sea shanty vibe (but not in a cheesy way). There’s really good energy here, though the staging was perhaps a tad underwhelming in comparison to what followed.

Mustasch “Contagious”

This was very loud. But SVT is excellent at staging rock songs, so this will have had its fans with its spinning turbines and flashing strobes. For me, the constant electo-guitar riff and cymbal crash was just a tad too grating.

Elisa “Den du är”

This was an elegant synth ballad, in Swedish, performed by a very talented singer. It builds a little, but generally keeps a restrained feeling. Elisa’s vocals are clear and expressive, but the song never turns the drama up to 11. It’s also not super memorable — even with all those bodies suddenly emerging from all that fog.

Are you happy with tonight’s results? Let us know in the comments box below!

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Colin
Colin
7 months ago

I only manged to watch it today. So, what’s the opposite of “shocking”? This is probably the most predictable outcome of any semi final in a last few years. Knowing the pattern to a T. Charlotte and Tusse had both the best songs and are the most recognizable names, so that was easy to sort out. Klara barely missed out last year, so she had some cred. Personally, I was rooting for Emil to make it instead of Alvaro, but I knew there was no chance for that. Baila Baila must be one of the thinnest written songs of this… Read more »

zoliszekely
zoliszekely
7 months ago

Tusse’s song remind me of Oskar Zia’s song ”Human” in 2016 Melodifestivalen.
A good song but I think that Sweden have a more powerful and better song this year so far -> Dotter – Little Tot.

CagardiB
CagardiB
7 months ago

I still don’t know how is Melfest regarded as a great NF every year there are more and more generic tracks. We are in SF 3 and the only decent song is the one from Dotter. Sorry Sweden but had this not existed no one would have noticed it or missed it.

GreenLegs
GreenLegs
7 months ago

Tusse would be a borderline qualifer in Eurovision, Im not sure that its a good choice.

Yannis
Yannis
7 months ago

Charlotte is 46 and she sings a song about someone who is 60!

Yannis
Yannis
7 months ago

Charlotte had the most outdate song of the final. She is a good performer still

Stephanie
Stephanie
7 months ago

Still young? Verkligen? Jag har verkligen inga ord för det!

Viggz
Viggz
7 months ago
Reply to  Stephanie

Jag tyckte den var bra, men Tusse var absolut bäst

Stephanie
Stephanie
7 months ago
Reply to  Viggz

Jag tycker att låten, Still young, låter fruktansvärt gammaldags men jag respekterar verkligen din åsikt

EurofanSF
EurofanSF
7 months ago

Charlotte is such a professional. Twenty two years after winning Eurovision with a consummate and confident performance of Take Me To Your Heaven, here she is bringing the same level of commitment to every song. Still Young, still strong, indeed. That said, I wish the song were stronger. A game I like to play is match the singer to the better song…Hmm, what about the Esti Laul song ‘Heaven is not too far tonight’ would have been the banger we all need from Sweden this year. France and Norway have already dropped the gauntlet of setting new standards of excellence… Read more »

Milla
Milla
7 months ago
Reply to  EurofanSF

Then I have lots of songs from Sweden I can match with others lol.

Azaad
Azaad
7 months ago

Thankfully Mustach were left to languish in the semi….should’ve never been invited in the first place.

Lime
Lime
7 months ago

Clara had the best song in this Semifinal. I liked Emil better than Alvaro Estrella and Tusse was ok but a little bit boring song and performance, definitely not a winner in this semi.

Lime
Lime
7 months ago
Reply to  Lime

Charlotte Perrelli sung and performed very well, but the song was a mix between Hero, La Voix and Invincible, a little bit oldfashioned although the staging was good.

Bob
Bob
7 months ago
Reply to  Lime

Agree 100%

Sabrina
Sabrina
7 months ago

I’m not a fan of his song, but Tusse sold it really well. Impressive for someone that is just 19. I guess I would prefer Klara qualifying DTF instead of Charlotte, but that’s all.

Kalla
Kalla
7 months ago

Tusse, you took my heart tonight, my easy favourite now. Charlotte had a good performance, but the song is very bland amd mello. Would have rather seen klara through. Very happy mustach havnt made it, awful people and a crap dong.

Alex
Alex
7 months ago

I was confused with Tusse, what’s their story?

NICK79
NICK79
7 months ago
Reply to  Alex

He came without his parent to sweden as a child.

nycforever
nycforever
7 months ago
Reply to  NICK79

I hope that his story won’t be a reason to a victory.

Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  nycforever

That was part of why he won Idol. Apart from being great performer–

Erik
Erik
7 months ago
Reply to  Alex

He competed in Sweden’s got talent when he was 14 and won Swedish idols when he was 17

Kosey
Kosey
7 months ago

So pleased for Alvaro. I realise he is not a favourite but he has a great party track and he deserves another shot in AC.

Milla
Milla
7 months ago

Sweden, 3rd in the odds..

KarmaLeon
KarmaLeon
7 months ago
Reply to  Milla

Thx to Tusse ?

Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  KarmaLeon

No, it’s been at 3 for some time now!

Milla
Milla
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Oh really. I’m not checking the odds every day, but last time I checked it was a few days ago and we were on 6th place I think. Anyway, if we suck that bad we would not be up there. Because we have gone through and revealed songs of three semifinals already.

nycforever
nycforever
7 months ago
Reply to  KarmaLeon

Yes. Sweden is still 3rd and now Tusse is bookies’ favorite.

Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  nycforever

Have to wait and see if Sweden movies upp or down with a Tusse win. I don¨t think it wll move up but we will see..

ESC 21
7 months ago
Reply to  Milla

And Ukraine 17:e, now. I cant understand that.

Malin
Malin
7 months ago
Reply to  Milla

Vi har ju fortfarande Eva och Ewa kvar! Så hoppet att bli etta återstår ; )

lasse braun
lasse braun
7 months ago

in norway wins(surprise,surprise) a male with angelwings but the true angel was klara – a discoangel from outa space – so lovely. 🙂
the song is a real grower and the stageshow is in the same liga than last years dotter perfomance.
dotter is good but this is pure magic.

lasse braun
lasse braun
7 months ago
Reply to  lasse braun

teamtusse is busy. ;

KarmaLeon
KarmaLeon
7 months ago

I think we saw the winner of melodifestivalen 2021 today and he performed last …
its so « anthemic » and i can see it winning the televote on may …
i thought dotter will be my fav also this year … shes not

Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  KarmaLeon

It will do well with juries but not sure tele voters will see the appeal. If it reaches top 5 it will be thanks to juries.

Last edited 7 months ago by Denis
Grft
Grft
7 months ago

If « Voices » wins Melfest I’m giving up. This is the blandest of the bland songs. Those lyrics ……. feels like a « save the world » song of the 1990s but not in a good way.

Josh
Josh
7 months ago
Reply to  Grft

Nothing will beat ESC 1990, the year of Save the World songs.

ESC 21
7 months ago
Reply to  Grft

If Russia could be in 2nd place 2015. And thats not the right contry to sing about peace. So can Sweden winn ESC this year

Bob
Bob
7 months ago

This semi was so bland. Tusse and Perelli are good performers but their songs were so manufactured and weak. I really hope heat 4 brings it with something authentic instead of these manufactured pop songs with no soul.

Bob
Bob
7 months ago
Reply to  Bob

What do you mean jealousy? I’m a Swede.

Josh
Josh
7 months ago

Like in 2020, this was the clear-cut semi. The results are not too surprising. The only thing I expected was to see Mustach come in 5th rather than Emil, even though Emil had the better song between the two. I think Tusse will see a rise in the odds, but I somehow still believe this will be a repeat of 2020 and a battle between Dotter and The Mamas in the end.

Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  Josh

Well Tusse is first in odds now so it looks more likely it will be Dotter vs Tusse. Who do you think wins?

Josh
Josh
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

If I had to personally choose between those two, I like Dotter more. The #Dotterdam movement is strong. Tusse’s song is not bad, but it screams an Idols or Talang winner song. Dotter’s song, on the other hand, was clearly written for Melfest and ESC. No matter what song is chosen, it should sail through from SF1 in ESC. I hold final judgment until we hear The Mamas and Eric Saade next week. There will obviously be more movement in the odds.

NICK79
NICK79
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Feels like the mamas has to have a very bad song not to win.

Josh
Josh
7 months ago
Reply to  NICK79

I would agree with you there. It would be very hard to see The Mamas lose in my opinion. Although Move was my number three last year (I was all in for Bulletproof), I think people were gutted to see them not get automatically selected to represent Sweden in 2021. I wouldn’t be surprised if the appetite is there to send them this year.

Miyala
Miyala
7 months ago
Reply to  NICK79

I think the opposit. They will have to have a very good song to win. The swedes I believe want someone new now. Even if Dotter is my personal favourite, after seeing the reaction to Tusse last night from friends (I’m swedish) I think Dotters win is not as close as before yesterday. Comparing the songs hers is pretty dark and thats not imo something swedes usually go for. Im still hoping for Saade to deliver something really good.

Last edited 7 months ago by Miyala
Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  Miyala

Not as close? I think Dotter won’t even win now. As you say the reaction to Tusse was something extra. The reaction is that was a winning performance. They don’t say that about Dotter. So it’s Tusse I guess..

Miyala
Miyala
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

With not as close I meant the win is further away imo compared to before Tusses performance yesterday. Sadly it also shows in the odds now.

Josh
Josh
7 months ago
Reply to  Miyala

I think we will obviously have a clearer idea of who’s the favorite after next week’s semifinal. If I recall from last year, everyone was still thinking it was Hanna Ferm up until the fourth week. After her performance, the tides shifted to Dotter, and The Mamas then flew in under the radar to win it all. The scenarios will change a lot between now and March 13.

Miyala
Miyala
7 months ago
Reply to  Josh

Yes, I agree. Looking forward to the last songs and hoping for at least one great.

nycforever
nycforever
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Mamas and Eric still have to release their songs so it is difficult to predict something. Choosing between Dotter and Tusse, of course, from musical point of view Dotter is better and has higher chances. However, considering the social message of Tusse’s song, no matter how bad it is, at least jury will vote for it a lot.

Josh
Josh
7 months ago
Reply to  nycforever

I agree with the reaction to the popularity of Tusse’s song and the social message. What concerns me, however, is that this is not the Swedish brand. I think after a year like 2020 (and it’s still going), people want something that maybe is not a “save the world” or “world peace” type song. They want something that is either fun and upbeat or something that is clearly written with the NF and ESC in mind. Right now, in a battle between Dotter and Tusse, Dotter checks those boxes. As I said before, no matter what song Sweden ultimately picks,… Read more »

niklas
niklas
7 months ago
Reply to  Josh

But is Dotters song a fun song? I still think the mamas will win and probably with an uplifting song.

Josh
Josh
7 months ago
Reply to  niklas

Dotter’s song isn’t necessarily fun, but she clearly wrote it for the impact it would have at Melfest and/or ESC (I gave an either-or situation in my previous comment). That’s important a lot of times. I agree with you that The Mamas will probably have an uplifting and fun song. It’ll be interesting to see how this turns out in the end. Sweden generally has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to picking a song for ESC.

Denis
Denis
7 months ago

I hope semi 4 brings it. Cause honestly this one needed more tempo! Everything felt slow some how. Even the hosting was so so! And dont mention the songs..
It was a snoozefest compared to previous weeks!

Erik
Erik
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Yes. And I guess it was all about bad framing. Low tempo in between songs cutting to slow paced story of the contest era life before curing to the actual song. That did not help the songs

zach
zach
7 months ago

go sweden!

Somebody
Somebody
7 months ago

Charlotte Perelli’s like a revamped version of 2008. She follows from a decade behind with that song.

Last edited 7 months ago by Somebody
Linus
Linus
7 months ago

A ESC FAN: If these songs competed for Slovenia, Albania and Spain, i LOVE them. This is Sweden so then i hate them. Haha . Grow up people. You are not 7 years old.

Alex
Alex
7 months ago
Reply to  Linus

Actually it’;s the other way around. If these songs had been the entries of Switzerland, Slovenia, Uk, fans would’ve called them dated and cheesy. Since they take part in Melodifestivalen, they are winning entries lol

Joe
Joe
7 months ago

I expected Tusse to go DTF as I think he had one of the better songs of the night. Charlotte Perelli going DTF however……that was a shock. It’s a fun song and a fun performance, I just didn’t think it was as good as most of the other songs. I personally would’ve rather had Klara in the final over Charlotte, but I’m glad she at least made Andra Chansen. Alvaro’s song……were the lyrics great? No. Did I find myself enjoying it without a care in the world? Absolutely yes. The final so far looks like a Melfest All Stars line… Read more »

Aman
Aman
7 months ago

I think it’s really remarkable for a 19 year old to give such a strong performance with a great message. I’m thrilled about Tusse.

Eurofandom is toxic and I'm glad I left
Eurofandom is toxic and I'm glad I left
7 months ago

Just be honest and say that you will hate every song to come. You decided in December that dotter would be your winner. Biased international “fans”. Dotter is Good. But the fact that she is your winner doesn’t give you right to take away the artistry and quality of other acts. Grow up.

Tim
Tim
7 months ago

Eurofans need to stop hating us. If we don’t send your winner you hate us. PETTY. That is what you are. If Voices was in any other NF you would love it. You have unrealistic standards for us. You praise way worse songs from other countries.

Sebb
Sebb
7 months ago
Reply to  Tim

Most people probably really think that Sweden should finish last every year because the songa are so bad. Even Vatican City would produce better songs.

Milla
Milla
7 months ago
Reply to  Tim

Exactly my thought. It’s really unrealistic standards.. A sad thing to witness this treatment every year. Sweden=The black sheep of ESC. haha.

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
7 months ago
Reply to  Tim

Don’t take it personally, Sweden. Eurovision fans hate on everything if you deviate from what they decide as a group is the winner. If you want to feel better, just go onto any article about Norway at the moment. 😉

felix
felix
7 months ago
Reply to  Tim

Actually I liked every song from Sweden since 2014 and this would be the worst for me. It is kinda bland and forgettable :/ And Sweden always did amazing so that is why expectations are high

NICK79
NICK79
7 months ago
Reply to  felix

Last year winner was the best :)). Love the mamas.

SHAUUNZERS
SHAUUNZERS
7 months ago
Reply to  Tim

Don’t worry, Sweden is off the hook this year. Norway, in my office.

Ashton Schier
Ashton Schier
7 months ago
Reply to  Tim

imagine thinking that you don’t deserve criticism just because you are from a specific country. the delusion

MaelleForFra
MaelleForFra
7 months ago

Oh, what a surprise, the politically correct Sweden back again. At least we have Eric Saade. You guys will be blown away next week. I’ll just say, it is very, very special. Eric Saade is going to win.

Bob
Bob
7 months ago
Reply to  MaelleForFra

eh?

Jack
Jack
7 months ago

I’ve watched Melodifestivalen since 2016 and this was by far the worst semi final I’ve seen. None of the songs deserved to progress, that makes me really sad. Still Young felt so messy and the staging was just a fashion show, and Voices is so generic and soulless – the key change made me physically cringe. But seeing how crazy the heart was going for Tusse, I’m really worried he’ll win the whole thing – at Eurovision, Voices wouldn’t escape the bottom 10… rant over

Mar
Mar
7 months ago
Reply to  Jack

yes, but not because it is so good. Because it is Sweden

Sebb
Sebb
7 months ago
Reply to  Mar

Always those evil Swedes. 🙁 Voices would easily be in the top 10.

Mar
Mar
7 months ago
Reply to  Sebb

that is what I said. Voices would be in the top 10, because it is coming from Sweden. I like the song and the artist, but it would not reach top 10 if it was from another country

Europ€
Europ€
7 months ago

I’m not feeling MF this year. But Tusse was the best in this heat.

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
7 months ago

Wow. This was my exactly prediction. I’m not usually right about these things but honestly, this was the easiest-to-predict of the SFs so far.

john welsh
john welsh
7 months ago

Remembering that its Euro VISION for me Charlotte was the best tonight yes the song may not be current but it is still very strong and combined with that awesome staging was the clear winner.

Denis
Denis
7 months ago

Charlotte fighting for win? More likely fight for bottom 3..

Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Eric Saade will fight for top spot? But Charlotte, no..

Lolek
Lolek
7 months ago

Loved Charlotte’s performance. So happy she is DtF!

Etienne Micallef
Etienne Micallef
7 months ago

Still young is what EUROVISION needs

john welsh
john welsh
7 months ago

Yes definitely

Denis
Denis
7 months ago

None of the songs were exciting, very weak edition. Timbuktu was the best act..
Tusse was great but where was the song? I fear he might win because of sob story, Swedes love that and because they “feel” the song.

Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Refugee from Congo, being poor. Add that with being likeable and you see my concern. Note that Swedes have done so before.

Edu
Edu
7 months ago

I am so glad for Charlotte!! Sad Klara didn’t get the Final place, anyway she’s on the race. And glad for Alvaro with Baila Baila!!!

Last edited 7 months ago by Edu
Milla
Milla
7 months ago

Tusse was absolutely the best. And the most charming and lovable person in this semifinal. He was nervous at first. But later he relaxed during his 2nd performance. He surely is a contender. Perelli.. well she is needed in the final. But she won’t win. Alvaro and Klara was the right choices for AC.

Mar
Mar
7 months ago

Tusse might win the whole thing I think

Josh
Josh
7 months ago

Klara killed it this week! So glad she went to AC this time instead of being robbed like last year, but honestly she could have gone DTF in my eyes.

blueeyed
blueeyed
7 months ago
Reply to  Josh

Totally agree. Haters gonna downvote.

Martin
Martin
7 months ago

as a dotter fan, i must admit i am a little bit worried now that ive seen tusse.
though on the other hand i just feel like the song feels super generic and also the staging isn’t actually thaaat special? would he be able to get the judges behind him as much as dotter..?

Tina
Tina
7 months ago
Reply to  Martin

Well, we should be 100% honest I think 😀 I liked Dotter’s song, but she is no where near Tusse 😀 Little tot is much more generic, if you really want to point that trait out 😀 Tusse’s choreography was amazing. He was leaning down while dancing, which is a sign of a humble man, closer to earth than to the sky (as only God is above). When he kneel…omg, way to beautiful choreography! On top of everything, much stronger vocaly than Dotter

Mar
Mar
7 months ago
Reply to  Martin

it seems to me like the dotter song is more generic. This one has a more specific message

Tonks
7 months ago

Love both songs Tusse is my favourite so far, but I can’t wait Eric Saade next week

Teddi
Teddi
7 months ago

As Melodifestivalen goes, I’m worrying that Sweden might miss final this year. Like alarm is seriously buzzing! This is utterly disappointing year for Melodifestivalen.
I wonder what happened this year? Maybe artists don’t feel this whole Covid19 ESC situation?

Emil
Emil
7 months ago
Reply to  Teddi

You answered your own question

Milla
Milla
7 months ago
Reply to  Teddi

?

Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  Teddi

It will be final but top 10? Maybe, if we choose the right artist

Marc
Marc
7 months ago

Tusse was just incredible. Winner vibes. Was all about him. His presence and how he sells it.
Dotter fans should be worried. And we still have Eric and Mamas to come

Mar
Mar
7 months ago
Reply to  Marc

that is what I thought as well and he has a message

Emil
Emil
7 months ago
Reply to  Marc

Agree i was surprised to be honest

Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  Marc

If he win it will be because people fall for his life story. Being a refugee, poor and all that. Swedes love stories like that. Idol and Talent are full of those.

Emil
Emil
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Yes because a young black man can’t have talent enough on his own and can only go through because of a sad story is what you are saying… noted

Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  Emil

Oh he has likeability but add the sob story.Note that Swedes in fact have done so before. The sympathy card works here too..

Milla
Milla
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Actually. I find the song to be good as well. But Tusse IS a very likeable person, yes.

Alex
Alex
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

I didn’t know his story and I loved his performance because what he did on stage.
It’s a song for a live performance and he goes along and sells it powerfully. It’s so easy to connect. We’ve seen that many times in Esc or Melfest. Simple 🙂

Wheatley65
Wheatley65
7 months ago

Klara should breeze through AC. The best song of the night. Tusse is very charismatic as well. Definitely the weakest semi of then 3. Week 2 had NQs that would do better here. Let’s see what week 4 has in store for Sweden. So far it’s either Dotter or Danny.

MaelleForFra
MaelleForFra
7 months ago

Eric Saade is going to win.

blueeyed
blueeyed
7 months ago

Glad for Tusse. But WTF with Charlotte? She belongs to the 90’s. My heart belongs to Klara this evening.

Idksmth
7 months ago

Exactly what I predicted. My fave tonight was Klara, I hope she qualifies from AC.