Tonight Sweden and Norway will be the latest countries to select their songs for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.
The schedule of the shows is as follows:
- Sweden – Melodifestival 2018 Final – 20:00 CET
- Norway – Melodi Grand Prix 2018 Final – 20:00 CET
Sweden – Melodifestivalen 2018 Final – 20:00 CET
The final of Melodifestivalen 2018 takes place tonight in Stockholm, Sweden. The show will star twelve artists who will compete for the chance to represent their country in the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest this May.
Performing tonight is:
- Mendez – “Everyday”
- Renaida – “All The Feels”
- Martin Almgren – “A Bitter Lullaby”
- John Lundvik – “My Turn”
- Jessica Andersson – “Party Voice”
- LIAMOO – “Last Breath”
- Samir and Viktor – “Shuffla”
- Mariette – “For You”
- Felix Sandman – “Every Single Day”
- Margaret – “In My Cabana”
- Benjamin Ingrosso – “Dance You Off”
- Rolandz – “Fuldans”
The winner tonight will be decided by 50% jury voting and 50% public voting. The juries, which will count for 50% of the overall result, will vote in the following order:
8. United Kingdom
The winner will follow in the footsteps of Robin Bengtsson who represented Sweden in 2017 and finished in 5th place in Kyiv with I Can’t Go On. Watch the show live from 20:00 CET here.
Norway – Melodi Grand Prix 2018 Final – 20:00 CET
Over in Norway, the final of Melodi Grand Prix 2018 takes place from 20:00 CET. Ten artists will battle it out for the chance to represent Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. On the line-up is three returning Eurovision artists, including Eurovision winner Alexander Rybak (2009), Stella Mwangi (2011), and Aleksander Walmann (2017).
Performing tonight is:
- Stella & Alexandra – You Got Me
- Aleksander Walmann – Talk to the Hand
- Ida Maria – Scandilove
- NICOLINE – Light Me Up
- Tom Hugo – I Like I Like I Like
- Charla K – Stop the Music
- Alejandro Fuentes – Tengo Otra
- Vidar Villa – Moren din
- Rebecca – Who We Are
- Alexander Rybak – That’s How You Write a Song
Three singers will qualify for the super final. The qualifiers will be decided by a combination of public voting and international juries. In the super final the public will vote again, with the winner decided by 100% televote.
Last year, Norway was represented by Aleksander Walmann and JOWST with their song “Grab The Moment”. Watch the show live from 20:00 CET here.