Swedish singer Molly Sandén has ruled out a return to Melodifestivalen, having previously competed on three occasions.
Molly Sandén who found fame after competing in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2006 has previously competed in Melodifestivalen on three occasions (2009, 2012, 2016) with her best result of 5th coming in 2012 with the song ‘Why Am I Crying?’. Speaking to The Euro Trip, the singer was asked if a return to the competition could be possible, Molly replied:
“No. If I could go straight to Eurovision I would do that. For me it’s scary to compete with music. I’ve done it so many times and every time its so scary.”
Molly, who provided her vocals for the Netflix film ‘Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga’ continued:
“I’m doing this big arena tour early next year and I’ll be busy with that. But I’m definitely going to watch those shows, I always do, I love it.”
Molly added this cryptic response at the end:
“You never know, maybe I’ll be in it somehow anyways.”
Molly Sandén is featuring in the episode ‘Husavik’s Eurovision Fairytale’. Within the episode, listeners will hear from Örlygur Örlygsson, founder of the Husavik Eurovision Exhibition as he explains how this venture came about. His colleague Rachel Mackay will take listeners on a guided tour through Husavik, as well as the museum itself.
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