Here is YOUR winner of Melodifestivalen 2017!

Tonight, will take place in Stockholm the Final of Melodifestivalen 2017. After four semi-finals and a second chance round (Andra Chansen), tonight, Sweden will choose its song for Eurovision 2017. Twelve acts will compete with the hope of winning the golden ticket to represent their country in Kiev.

In the past couple of days, we ran a poll asking you to vote for your personal favorite, the song that you would like to see winning the Swedish national selection. Here are the current results of the poll:

  1. Jon Henrik Fjällgren feat. Aninia – En värld full av strider (Eatneme gusnie jeenh dåaroeh) – 21,73%
  2. Mariette – A Million Years – 20,68%
  3. Wiktoria – As I Lay Me Down – 20,25%
  4. Robin Bengtsson – I Can’t Go On – 11,81%
  5. Ace Wilder – Wild Child – 8,23%
  6. Nano – Hold On – 6,33%
  7. Boris René – Her Kiss – 4,85%
  8. Owe Thörnqvist – Boogieman Blues – 2,95%
  9. FO&O – Gotta Thing About You – 1,05%
  10. Anton Hagman – Kiss You Goodbye – 0,84%
  11. Lisa Ajax – I Don’t Give A – 1,05%
  12. Benjamin Ingrosso – Good Lovin – 0,42%

Our editors have also listened to the twelve songs competing in tonight’s show and have voted for their favorites. Here is the outcome:

  1. Wiktoria – As I Lay Me Down
  2. Mariette – A Million Years
  3. Robin Bengtsson – I Can’t Go On
  4. Nano – Hold On
  5. Ace Wilder – Wild Child
  6. Boris René – Her Kiss
  7. Anton Hagman – Kiss You Goodbye
  8. Jon Henrik Fjällgren feat. Aninia – En värld full av strider (Eatneme gusnie jeenh dåaroeh)
  9. Owe Thörnqvist – Boogieman Blues
  10. Benjamin Ingrosso – Good Lovin
  11. Lisa Ajax – I Don’t Give A
  12. FO&O – Gotta Thing About You

Our editors and our readers do not agree on the winner: according to our readers, Jon Henrik should win Melodifestivalen 2017. On the contrary, our editors believe Wiktoria should win, placing Jon Henrik in 8th position.

If you haven’t voted yet, you can still do so until the end of tonight’s show and maybe change the result:

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