Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

 

Men battling for Melodifestivalen win to take Sweden to the Eurovision Song Contest

Four men in battle Melodifestivalen to be Sweden’s first male Eurovision winner

Melodifestivalen 2015 logo

Just 10 days before Sweden picks their Melodifestivalen winner to send in search of a sixth victory at the Eurovision Song Contest, four men are leading the race to become Sweden’s ever male soloist Eurovision Song Contest winner. Sweden’s first two Eurovision Song Contest victories came via bands, and the last three have all been female solo artists. That could all change this year with Eric Saade, Jon Henrik Fjallgren, Mans Zelmerlow and Magnus Carlsson all tipped to lead the betting for a Eurovision win if they are selected to fly the Swedish flag in Vienna at the 60th Eurovision Song Contest. For those looking for a bit of pre-Eurovision musical entertainment, the Swedish final is broadcast in HD live on the Internet at 7pm UK on Saturday 14th March on www.svt.se. With four strapping Swedish men fighting with such strong songs to capture the Melodifestivalen crown, will one of theseRead More