The fourth heat of Melodifestivalen 2024 kicks off Saturday evening from Volvo CE Arena in Eskilstuna.

We asked you readers who of the six acts you wanted to go through to the grand final in Stockholm and the results are in.

The convincing victory went to Dotter and her entry “It’s Not Easy To Write A Love Song”, who got 605 votes or 43.97% of the total votes. Another Melfest veteran in Danny Saucedo with “Happy That You Found Me” is almost as convincing in second place, getting 328 votes or 23.84% of the total votes.

Dotter was saving her voice yesterday because of some throat issues, so we hope she is fully up to speed tonight to deliver what our readers want!

Melfest 2024: Result of the heat 4 poll

  1. Dotter – “It’s Not Easy to Write a Love Song” – 605 votes – 43.97%
  2. Danny Saucedo – “Happy That You Found Me” – 328 votes – 23.84%
  3. SCARLET – “Circus X” – 214 votes – 15.55%
  4. Lia Larsson – “30 km/h” – 115 votes – 8.36%
  5. Albin Tingwall – “Done Getting Over You” – 72 votes – 5.23%
  6. Lasse Stefanz – “En sång om sommaren” – 42 votes – 3.05%

Total votes: 1,376

Do you think the poll result is what we will see happening tonight?? Who is your favourite in this heat? Let us know in the comments below.

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Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago

I’m just wiping down Danny’s brow, giving him his pep talk. Thirty minutes to go. We can do this.

Kosey
Kosey
1 month ago

I’m hoping that Scarlet can pleasantly surprise tonight. It feels a little different from what we usually get from Sweden

Lolek
Lolek
1 month ago
Reply to  Kosey

They were amazing at the preview show yesterday. I saw them live and wouldn’t be surprised if they do manage to go DtF to be honest.

Mqe
Mqe
1 month ago

Sorry to take advantage of this article to address a different topic, but as this is the most recent one… Shouldn’t we strive to cover all Eurovision acts equally? After Semi 1 of Dora, Wiwi published an article about Slimane’s performance (with the video). Yesterday was Semi 2, where Raiven performed her Eurovision song and there has been no article, no promotion (yet). I don’t feel this is right.

Vladimir P
Vladimir P
1 month ago
Reply to  Mqe

It seems that when you’re from a Slavic/formerly Eastern European country, you get less attention here.

Åsa S
Åsa S
1 month ago
Reply to  Vladimir P

I think they would be happy if you would join them writing these articles you think it missing. If there are a lack of attention of Slavic/formerly Eastern European artist, then perhaps there is a lack of Slavic/formerly Eastern European writers willing to put in the work writing those articles? On the page “Write for Wiwibloggs” you can read: “We’re looking for people who can write up current Eurovision news for the website. We’re looking for both people with a general interest in Eurovision and also people who have a specific interest in the Eurovision scene in their country.” Join… Read more »

Jo.
Jo.
1 month ago
Reply to  Mqe

yet they posted their annual article about an act that WILL NOT represent australia…
slovenia is always underrated

Ohi
Ohi
1 month ago
Reply to  Mqe

I think the Slimane performance generated a lot of buzz whereas Raiven’s performance was a very light version of the song so it didn’t give us an idea of what she would be bringing to the Eurovision stage