This morning, the Swedish broadcaster SVT revealed the running order of their national final Melodifestivalen. During a live broadcast on the Instagram account of Melodifestivalen, people could watch Karin Gunnarsson presenting the whiteboard with the iconic post-its that tell us which act will perform in which semi-final. Malou Prytz with her song “Bananas” will be the first act to perform during this national final on the 5th of February. On the 26 February Klara Hammarström will perform as the last act with her song “Run to the Hills.” You can rewatch the livestream here below:

Semi-final 1: 5 February 2022

  1. Malou Prytz – “Bananas”
  2. Theoz – “Som du vill”
  3. Shirley Clamp – “Let There Be Angels”
  4. Omar Rudberg – “Moving Like That”
  5. Danne Stråhed – ”Hallabaloo”
  6. Cornelia Jakobs – “Hold Me Closer”
  7. Robin Bengtsson – “Innocent Love”

Semi-final 2: 12 February 2022

  1. Liamoo – “Bluffin’”
  2. Niello & Lisa Ajax – “Tror du att jag bryr mig”
  3. Samira Manners – “I Want to Be Loved”
  4. Alvaro Estrella – “Suave”
  5. Browsing Collection – “Face In the Crowd”
  6. John Lundvik – “Änglavakt”
  7. Tone Sekelius – “My Way”

Semi-final 3: 19 February 2022

  1. Cazzi Opeia – “I Can’t Get Enough”
  2. Lancelot Hedman – “Lyckligt slut”
  3. Lisa Miskovsky – “Best To Come”
  4. Tribe Friday – “Shut Me Up”
  5. Faith Kakembo – “Freedom”
  6. Linda Bengtzing – “Fyrfaldigt hurra!”
  7. Anders Bagge – “Bigger Than the Universe”

Semi-final 4: 26 February 2022

  1. Anna Bergendahl – “Higher Power”
  2. Lillasyster – “Till Our Days Are Over”
  3. Malin Christin – “Synd om dig”
  4. Tenori – “La stella”
  5. Medina – “In i dimman”
  6. Angelino – “The End”
  7. Klara Hammarström – “Run to the Hills”

The 62nd edition of Melodifestivalen will kick off on February 5th with the first semi-final in Malmo, and the winner will be chosen on March 12th 2022 using a combination of jury and public voting. Last year, Tusse won Melodifestivalen and represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in rotterdam with his song “Voices.” He finished 14th place with a grand total of 109 points.

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