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Melodifestivalen 2013
Semi-final(s) 2 February 2013
9 February 2013
16 February 2013
23 February 2013
Second Chance 2 March 2013
Final 9 March 2013
Presenter(s) Gina Dirawi
Danny Saucedo
Broadcaster SVT
Venue Friends Arena
Stockholm, Sweden
Winning song "You" by Robin Stjernberg
Voting system
50% Jury, 50% SMS and telephone voting in the final.
100% SMS and telephone voting in the heats and Second Chance round.
Number of entries 32: 8 in each heat; 10 in the final (2 from each heat, 2 from the Second Chance round)
Melodifestivalen
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Melodifestivalen 2013 was the Swedish music competition that selected the 53rd Swedish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2013. Robin Stjernberg's song "You" won the final, and became the first Second Chance song to win the Melodifestivalen final.

The final took place at the Friends Arena on 9 March 2013.[1] For the twelfth consecutive year, the competition consisted of four semifinals, a "second chance" round, and a final. A total of 32 competing entries were divided into four semifinals, with eight compositions in each.[2] From each semifinal, the songs that earned first and second place went directly to the final, while the songs that were placed third and fourth proceeded to the Second Chance semifinal. The bottom four songs in each semifinal were eliminated from the competition. This year the selection process for the 32 songs was slightly modified from the previous year by removing the web wildcard round and allowing the selection panel to decide on the finalist in the newcomer block of submissions. In addition, the winning artist of Svensktoppen nästa, a music competition organized by Sveriges Radio P4, automatically qualified to submit an entry for Melodifestivalen.[3] Further changes included modification to the Second Chance round that removed one tier of duels.[4]

Format[edit]

Melodifestivalen 2013 was the twelfth consecutive year in which the competition took place in different cities across Sweden. The four semifinals were held in Karlskrona (2 February), Gothenburg (9 February), Skellefteå (16 February) and Malmö (23 February). The second chance round was held in Karlstad on 2 March while the final in Stockholm was held on 9 March. The final evening of the competition migrated to the newly built Friends Arena and for the first time since the creation of the current format, it did not take place at the Ericsson Globe.

In the semifinals, the winners were decided by the telephone and SMS votes of the viewers where the two entries with the most votes went directly to the final, while the third and fourth placed entries competed for another chance to get to the final in the Second Chance round. Of the eight songs that qualified to the Second Chance round, only two progressed to the final to complete the line-up of 10 finalists.

Schedule[edit]

Date City Venue Capacity Heat
2 February Karlskrona Telenor Arena 4,000 Heat 1
9 February Gothenburg Scandinavium 14,000 Heat 2
16 February Skellefteå Skellefteå Kraft Arena 6,000 Heat 3
23 February Malmö Malmö Arena 15,500 Heat 4
2 March Karlstad Löfbergs Lila Arena 10,600 Second chance
(Andra chansen)
9 March Stockholm Friends Arena 27,000 Final

Semi-finals[edit]

The four semi-finals were held in Karlskrona, Gothenburg, Skellefteå and Malmö. A selection panel consisting of seven men and eight women ages 17–46 selected the finalists out of 2549 total submissions (1902 for the regular contest and 647 for the newcomer selection).

In 2012, Sveriges Radio announced that they would award a wildcard to the artist that wins Svensktoppen nästa, a music competition organized by Sveriges Radio P4, the following year.[5] While all of the artists competing in this competition already had songs, the competition was scheduled to take place on 26 August 2012, which was before the 1 September 2012 cut off date for both Melodifestivalen and the Eurovision Song Contest. Therefore, the winning artist was required to submit a new song that would then be given a wildcard to compete in the competition. Terese Fredenwall ultimately won the competition and on 19 October, SVT announced that she would compete in Melodifestivalen with the song "Breaking the Silence".[6][7]

For Melodifestivalen 2013, SVT decided to discontinue the Web Wildcard competition that was previously held between 2010 and 2012. Instead, an open selection was still held for unpublished and new artists to submit their entries, however, the selection panel that evaluates submissions for the regular contest would also evaluate these entries and select one which would receive a wildcard. On 17 October 2012, SVT announced that the song "Island" performed by Elin Petersson had been selected and would receive the wildcard.[8]

On 19 November 2012, the first of two press conference was held to present the artists, songs, and composers for the competing entries in the first and second semifinals.[9] Sandra Bjurman and Stefan Örn, two of the composers who wrote "Running Scared", the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 2011, were among the names.[9]

On 26 November 2012, the second press conference was held to complete the line-up and present the remaining entries that would compete in the third and fourth semifinals.[10] Peter Boström and Thomas G:son, the composers of "Euphoria", the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012, both had several songs among the 32 entries.[10]

On 3 January 2013, SVT announced the running order for each semifinal.[11]

Semi-final 1[edit]

The first semi-final was held on 2 February 2013 in Telenor Arena, Karlskrona. "Skyline" performed by David Lindgren and "Heartbreak Hotel" performed by Yohio qualified to the final, while the songs "Burning Flags" performed by Cookies 'N' Beans and "Vi kommer aldrig att förlora" performed by Eric Gadd qualified to the second chance round.[12]

# Artist Song
(English translation)
Lyrics (l) / Music (m) Votes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2 Total
1 David Lindgren "Skyline" Fernando Fuentes (m/l), Henrik Nordenback (m/l), Christian Fast (m/l) 37,392 28,724 66,116 2 Final
2 Cookies 'N' Beans "Burning Flags" Fredrik Kempe (m/l) 16,246 14,193 30,439 3 Second Chance
3 Jay-Jay Johanson "Paris" Jay-Jay Johanson (m/l) 5,526 5,526 8 Out
4 Mary N'diaye "Gosa" (Cuddle) Johan Åsgärde (m/l), Mattias Frändå (m/l), Mary N’diaye (m/l) 12,997 10,439 23,436 5 Out
5 Eric Gadd "Vi kommer aldrig att förlora" (We'll Never Lose) Eric Gadd (m/l), Thomas Stenström (tm), Jacob Olofsson (m/l) 12,881 14,047 26,928 4 Second Chance
6 Yohio "Heartbreak Hotel" Johan Fransson (m/l), Tobias Lundgren (m/l),
Tim Larsson (m/l), Henrik Göranson (m/l), Yohio (m/l)
76,905 78,211 155,116 1 Final
7 Anna Järvinen "Porslin" (Porcelain) Björn Olsson (m/l), Martin Elisson (m/l) 8,689 8,689 7 Out
8 Michael Feiner & Caisa "We're Still Kids" Michael Feiner (m/l), Caisa Ahlroth (m/l) 12,098 12,098 6 Out

Semi-final 2[edit]

The second semi-final was held on 9 February 2013 in Scandinavium, Gothenburg."Copacabanana" performed by Sean Banan and "Only the Dead Fish Follow the Stream" performed by Louise Hoffsten qualified to the final, while the songs "Begging" performed by Anton Ewald and "Hello Goodbye" performed by Erik Segerstedt and Tone Damli qualified to the second chance round.[13]

# Artist Song
(English translation)
Lyrics (l) / Music (m) Votes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2 Total
1 Anton Ewald "Begging" Fredrik Kempe (m/l), Anton Malmberg Hård af Segerstad (m/l) 33,436 37,049 70,516 3 Second Chance
2 Felicia Olsson "Make Me No 1" Henrik Wikström (m/l), Ingela "Pling" Forsman (m/l),
Amir Aly (m/l), Maria Haukaas Mittet (m/l)
19,559 35,490 55,049 5 Out
3 Joacim Cans "Annelie" Joacim Cans (m/l) 7,069 7,069 8 Out
4 Swedish House Wives "On Top of the World" Peter Boström (m/l), Thomas G:son (m/l) 17,172 17,172 6 Out
5 Erik Segerstedt &
Tone Damli
"Hello Goodbye" Robin Fredriksson (m/l), Mattias Larsson (m/l), Måns Zelmerlöw (m/l) 30,295 40,107 70,402 4 Second Chance
6 Louise Hoffsten "Only the Dead Fish Follow the Stream" Louise Hoffsten (m/l), Sandra Bjurman (m/l), Stefan Örn (m/l) 33,074 50,947 84,021 2 Final
7 Rikard Wolff "En förlorad sommar" (A Lost Summer) Tomas Andersson Wij (m/l) 7,785 7,785 7 Out
8 Sean Banan "Copacabanana" Ola Lindholm (m/l), Sean Samadi (Sean Banan) (m/l),
Hans Blomberg (m/l), Joakim Larsson (m/l)
79,428 64,314 143,724 1 Final

Semi-final 3[edit]

The third semi-final was held on 16 February 2013 in Skellefteå Kraft Arena, Skellefteå."Falling" performed by State of Drama and "En riktig jävla schlager" performed by Ravaillacz qualified to the final, while the songs "In and Out of Love" performed by Martin Rolinski and "Hon har inte" performed by Caroline af Ugglas qualified to the second chance round.[14]

# Artist Song
(English translation)
Lyrics (l) / Music (m) Votes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2 Total
1 Eddie Razaz "Alibi" Thomas G:son (m/l), Peter Boström (m/l) 19,476 19,476 6 Out
2 Elin Petersson "Island" Elin Petersson (m/l) 7,494 7,494 8 Wildcard
Out
3 Ravaillacz "En riktig jävla schlager" (A Real Damn Schlager) Kjell Jennstig (m/l), Leif Goldkuhl (m/l), Henrik Dorsin (m/l) 52,275 57,980 111,255 1 Final
4 Amanda Fondell "Dumb" Freja Blomberg (m/l), Fredrik Samsson (m/l) 18,488 18,488 7 Out
5 Martin Rolinski "In and Out of Love" Thomas G:son (m/l), Andreas Rickstrand (m/l) 29,246 41,780 71,026 3 Second Chance
6 Caroline af Ugglas "Hon har inte" (She Hasn't) Caroline af Ugglas (m/l), Heinz Liljedahl (m/l) 29,450 29,114 58,594 4 Second Chance
7 State of Drama "Falling" Göran Werner (m/l), Sebastian Hallifax (m/l),
Emil Gullhamn (m/l), James Hallifax (m/l)
40,803 39,256 80,059 2 Final
8 Janet Leon "Heartstrings" Fredrik Kempe (m/l), Anton Malmberg Hård af Segerstad (m/l) 22,348 27,903 50,251 5 Out

Semi-final 4[edit]

The fourth semi-final was held on 23 February 2013 in Malmö Arena, Malmö."Tell the World I'm Here" performed by Ulrik Munther and "Bed on Fire" performed by Ralf Gyllenhammar qualified to the final, while the songs "You" performed by Robin Stjernberg and "Jalla Dansa Sawa" performed by Behrang Miri qualified to the second chance round.[15]

# Artist Song
(English translation)
Lyrics (l) / Music (m) Votes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2 Total
1 Army of Lovers "Rockin’ the Ride" Alexander Bard (m/l), Henrik Wikström (m/l), Per QX (m/l),
Andreas Öhrn (m/l), Jean-Pierre Barda (m/l)
16,687 16,867 6 Out
2 Lucia Piñera "Must Be Love" Peter Kvint (m/l), Jonas Myrin (m/l) 9,219 9,219 8 Out
3 Robin Stjernberg "You" Robin Stjernberg (m/l), Linnea Deb (m/l),
Joy Deb (m/l), Joakim Harestad Haukaas (m/l)
34,562 43,204 77,766 3 Second Chance
4 Sylvia Vrethammar "Trivialitet" (Triviality) Thomas G:son (m/l), Calle Kindbom (m/l), Mats Tärnfors (m/l) 13,609 13,609 7 Out
5 Ralf Gyllenhammar "Bed on Fire" Ralf Gyllenhammar (m/l), David Wilhelmsson (m/l) 43,609 49,616 93,225 2 Final
6 Behrang Miri "Jalla Dansa Sawa" (Come On And Dance) Behrang Miri (m/l), Anderz Wrethov (m/l),
Firas Razak Tuma (m/l), Tacfarinas Yamoun (m/l)
31,761 38,459 70,220 4 Second Chance
7 Terese Fredenwall "Breaking the Silence" Terese Fredenwall (m/l), Simon Petrén (m) 25,163 32,329 57,492 5 Wildcard
Out
8 Ulrik Munther "Tell the World I'm Here" Thomas G:son (m/l), Peter Boström (m/l), Ulrik Munther (m/l) 70,204 58,160 128,364 1 Final

Second Chance[edit]

The Andra Chansen (Second Chance) round was held on 2 March in Löfbergs Lila Arena, Karlstad.

The format for the Second Chance round underwent changes from the tournament concept introduced in 2007.[4] The first round where the eight songs are paired into duels was removed in favour of two basic rounds of voting where all eight songs will compete against each other. All eight songs were performed one after the other in a producer determined draw like the preceding semifinals. After the first voting round, the top five compositions advanced and the bottom three were eliminated. The second round of voting narrowed the field down to the top four, eliminating the song that achieved fifth place. After the top four have been determined, the song that received the most votes in the previous voting rounds and the song that came in fourth were paired in a duel. The songs that came second and third were paired in another duel. The winning songs of these two duels progressed to the final. "Begging" performed by Anton Ewald and "You" performed by Robin Stjernberg qualified to the final.[16]

# Artist Song
(English translation)
Lyrics (l) / Music (m) Votes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2 Total
1 Robin Stjernberg "You" Robin Stjernberg (m/l), Linnea Deb (m/l),
Joy Deb (m/l), Joakim Harestad Haukaas (m/l)
58,025 35,535 93,560 2 Duel 2
Final
2 Eric Gadd "Vi kommer aldrig att förlora" (We'll Never Lose) Eric Gadd (m/l), Thomas Stenström (tm), Jacob Olofsson (m/l) 14,164 14,164 8 Out
3 Caroline af Ugglas "Hon har inte" (She Hasn't) Caroline af Ugglas (m/l), Heinz Liljedahl (m/l) 35,234 35,234 6 Out
4 Behrang Miri "Jalla Dansa Sawa" (Come On And Dance) Behrang Miri (m/l), Anderz Wrethov (m/l),
Firas Razak Tuma (m/l), Tacfarinas Yamoun (m/l)
56,165 29,618 85,734 4 Duel 1
Out
5 Erik Segerstedt &
Tone Damli
"Hello Goodbye" Robin Fredriksson (m/l), Mattias Larsson (m/l), Måns Zelmerlöw (m/l) 42,425 28,098 70,523 5 Out
6 Anton Ewald "Begging" Fredrik Kempe (m/l), Anton Malmberg Hård af Segerstad (m/l) 66,965 31,696 98,661 1 Duel 1
Final
7 Cookies 'N' Beans "Burning Flags" Fredrik Kempe (m/l) 25,826 25,826 7 Out
8 Martin Rolinski "In and Out of Love" Thomas G:son (m/l), Andreas Rickstrand (m/l) 51,997 35,787 87,764 3 Duel 2
Out

Duels[edit]

Duels Qualified
  Behrang Miri
  "Jalla Dansa Sawa"
82,896
  Anton Ewald
  "Begging"
105,890  
 
    Anton Ewald
 "Begging"
Final
    Robin Stjernberg
  "You"
Final
 
  Robin Stjernberg
  "You"
98,105
  Martin Rolinski
  "In and Out of Love"
95,930  

Final[edit]

The final of Melodifestivalen 2013 took place on 9 March 2013 at the Friends Arena in Stockholm. The 10 songs that qualified for the finals had either achieved being the top two in their respective semifinal, or having qualified from the Second Chance round.

The winner was selected by a combination of public votes and 11 international jury groups.[17] The public and the jury each had a total of 473 points to award. Each jury group awarded points as follows: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 points. The public vote was based on the percentage of votes each song had achieved. For example, if a song gained 10% of the public vote, then that entry would be awarded 10% of 473 points rounded to the nearest integer. In the event of a tie, the public vote would overrule the jury. Robin Stjernberg was the winner with the song "You" after gaining the most points overall from the jury groups and achieving the second highest number of votes from the viewers.[18]

Draw Artist Song
(English translation)
Lyrics (l) / Music (m)
1 Ulrik Munther "Tell the World I'm Here" Thomas G:son (m/l), Peter Boström (m/l), Ulrik Munther (m/l)
2 David Lindgren "Skyline" Fernando Fuentes (m/l), Henrik Nordenback (m/l), Christian Fast (m/l)
3 State of Drama "Falling" Göran Werner (m/l), Sebastian Hallifax (m/l), Emil Gullhamn (m/l), James Hallifax (m/l)
4 Anton Ewald "Begging" Fredrik Kempe (m/l), Anton Malmberg Hård af Segerstad (m/l)
5 Louise Hoffsten "Only the Dead Fish Follow the Stream" Louise Hoffsten (m/l), Sandra Bjurman (m/l), Stefan Örn (m/l)
6 Ralf Gyllenhammar "Bed on Fire" Ralf Gyllenhammar (m/l), David Wilhelmsson (m/l)
7 Ravaillacz "En riktig jävla schlager" (A Real Damn Schlager) Kjell Jennstig (m/l), Leif Goldkuhl (m/l), Henrik Dorsin (m/l)
8 Sean Banan "Copacabanana" Ola Lindholm (m/l), Sean Samadi (Sean Banan) (m/l), Hans Blomberg (m/l), Joakim Larsson (m/l)
9 Robin Stjernberg "You" Robin Stjernberg (m/l), Linnea Deb (m/l), Joy Deb (m/l), Joakim Harestad Haukaas (m/l)
10 Yohio "Heartbreak Hotel" Johan Fransson (m/l), Tobias Lundgren (m/l), Tim Larsson (m/l), Henrik Göranson (m/l), Yohio (m/l)

Results[edit]

Draw
Song Cyprus
Cyprus
Spain
Spain
Italy
Italy
Iceland
Iceland
Malta
Malta
Ukraine
Ukraine
Israel
Israel
France
France
United Kingdom
UK
Croatia
Croatia
Germany
Germany
Jury
points
Televote/SMS Total Place
Votes % Points
1 "Tell the World I'm Here" 6 6 12 8 6 2 12 12 8 10 82 154,334 9.4% 44 126 3
2 "Skyline" 4 4 2 12 6 8 8 1 12 57 42,896 2.6% 12 69 8
3 "Falling" 10 4 4 2 8 10 1 6 4 1 50 61,462 3.7% 18 68 9
4 "Begging" 8 10 10 1 2 4 10 4 49 206,131 12.5% 59 108 4
5 "Only the Dead Fish Follow the Stream" 2 12 6 4 6 6 36 171,202 10.4% 49 85 5
6 "Bed on Fire" 1 6 12 6 8 33 140,398 8.5% 40 73 7
7 "En riktig jävla schlager" 2 1 2 1 2 8 110,736 6.7% 32 40 10
8 "Copacabanana" 12 8 1 4 10 2 37 142,288 8.7% 41 78 6
9 "You" 1 8 10 12 8 10 12 10 12 8 91 259,101 15.8% 75 166 1
10 "Heartbreak Hotel" 10 1 2 4 4 1 2 6 30 356,080 21.1% 103 133 2

Jury Spokespersons[edit]

The spokespersons that read the jury votes were:[19][20]

  • Cyprus: Klitos Klitou
  • Spain: Federico Llano-Sabugueiro
  • Italy: Nicola Caligiore
  • Iceland: Jónatan Gardarsson
  • Malta: Chiara Siracusa
  • Ukraine: Gina Dirawi
  • Israel: Alon Amir
  • France: Bruno Berberes
  • United Kingdom: Simon Proctor
  • Croatia: Aleksandar Kostadinov
  • Germany: Torsten Amarell

Ratings[edit]

Show Date Viewers[21] Votes
(Telephone/SMS)
Semifinal 1 2 February 2013 3,605,000[22] 329,695[23]
Semifinal 2 9 February 2013 3,705,000[24] 458,516[25]
Semifinal 3 16 February 2013 3,552,000[26] 419,319[27]
Semifinal 4 23 February 2013 3,556,000[28] 469,106[29]
Second Chance 2 March 2013 3,248,000[30] 900,898[31]
Final 9 March 2013 4,130,000[32] 1,644,628[33]

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Wed, 29 Oct 2014 01:03:45 -0700

Men sedan dess har det varit relativt tyst om Amanda Fondell, 20, förutom en avstickare i Melodifestivalen 2013, där hon inte lyckades ta sig till final. Nu, tre år efter den obligatoriska ”Idol”-plattan med covers, får hon äntligen släppa ett album ...

Expressen

Expressen
Wed, 29 Oct 2014 00:42:03 -0700

... har separerat från frun Fatima Rainey Malmberg. Fotograf:Olle Sporrong. Claes Malmberg och Lasse Kronér. Fotograf:Sanna Dolck. Claes Malmberg tävlade, tillsammans med Mats Ronander, Johan Rabaeus och Tommy Körberg, i Melodifestivalen 2013.
 
Aftonbladet
Sat, 18 Oct 2014 02:11:15 -0700

Ulrik Munther, 20, är tillbaka. Efter tredjeplatsen i Melodifestivalen 2013 med låten ”Tell the world I'm here” har det varit tyst från artisten – medvetet. Den 27 oktober släpper Munther singeln ”Jag vet inte hur man gör”. Nya albumet, som förväntas ...
 
Norrköpings Tidningar
Thu, 18 Sep 2014 01:48:15 -0700

Hon tävlade i Lilla Melodifestivalen 2013 och har deltagit i sångtävlingar och talangjakter i Sverige, Italien, Polen och Tyskland. -När jag var åtta år började jag tävla i Sverige, och när jag var tolv började jag utomlands. Vi brukar åka flera ...
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