Sweden wins ‘ Melodifestivalen ‘
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Singer Robin Bengtsson, the Swedish Melodifestivalen heat won. With I Can’t Go On , he gave up the most points by the jury, but he was only third at the public.
Twelve artists took part in the final and were rated by eleven international juries and the Swedish viewers. The voices of the audience layers very close to each other: audience favorite Nano got only eleven percent of all votes. During the show performed singer Zara Larsson as pauzeact.
The full results of the finals can be found in the table below:
|Robin Bengtsson||I Can't Go On||96||50||146||1|
|Jon Henrik Fjällgren ft. Aninia||En värld full av strider||56||49||105||3|
|Mariette||A Million Years||62||37||99||4|
|Benjamin Ingrosso||Good Lovin'||54||33||87||5|
|Wiktoria||As I Lay Me Down||29||51||70||6|
|Ace Wilder||Wild Child||35||32||67||7|
|Boris René||Her Kiss||35||31||66||8|
|Lisa Ajax||I Don't Give A||16||30||46||9|
|Anton Hagman||Kiss You Goodbye||6||37||43||10|
|FO&O||Gotta Thing About You||7||34||41||11|
|Owe Thörnqvist||Boogieman Blues||1||32||33||12|
Sweden takes just like Belgium in the first half of the first semifinal, on Tuesday 9 May.
I Can’t Go On: