Four semi-finals, one andra chansen round, and now we’ve reached the grand final of Melodifestivalen 2021. A total of 12 acts have managed to reach the final stage of the contest. They will all be hoping to go away victorious and be chosen as Sweden’s representative for Eurovision 2021.
However, only one act will end the night on Saturday 13 March with the trophy in their hand. And now we want to know who you think that should be.
Are you dancing along with Danny Saucedo? Is your heart still beating in time with Klara Hammarström’s? Have you signed up for Anton Ewald’s new religion? Do you think The Mamas deserve to place higher than in the middle of the grand final scoreboard? Has Paul Rey provided the musical missing piece you were looking for? Does Charlotte Perrelli’s song make you feel young once again?
Are you one of the voices shouting out support for Tusse? Does Alvaro Estrella make you want to baila? Does Clara Klingenström get your support this day and every day? Are you still listening to Eric Saade’s entry every minute of the day? Have you got some little (potato) tots ready to eat whilst watching Dotter perform? Or are you hoping Arvingarna won’t have to go home empty handed?
Review all 12 competing acts below, then go ahead and vote in our poll. As always, you can vote for as many acts as you would like. But you can only vote once, so make sure you’re confident with your picks before hitting the ‘vote’ button!
Melodifestivalen 2021 – Finalists
Danny Saucedo – “Dandi Dansa”
Klara Hammarström – “Beat Of Broken Hearts”
Anton Ewald – “New Religion”
The Mamas – “In The Middle”
Paul Rey – “The Missing Piece”
Charlotte Perrelli – “Still Young”
Tusse – “Voices”
Alvaro Estrella – “Baila Baila”
Clara Klingenström – “Behöver inte dig idag”
Eric Saade – “Every Minute”
Dotter – “Little Tot”
Arvingarna – “Tänker inte alls gå hem”
Poll: Who should win the grand final of Melodifestivalen 2021?[crowdsignal poll=10767373]
How can I watch Melodifestivalen 2021?
All six weeks of Melodifestivalen 2021 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 the Melodifestivalen 2021 grand final do you think has the most chance of winning on Saturday? Let us know in the comments section below!