Last two national finals of the 2015 season on tonight!

The last two national finals of the 2015 season are on tonight – Sweden’s Melodifestivalen, which starts at 20:00 CET, and Norway’s Melodi Grand Prix, which will start at 20:25 CET.

Let’s give a closer look at these two finals:

SWEDEN

In the Grand Final of Melodifestivalen, 12 acts will be taking part. The winner will be chosen by a mix of votes of an international jury (Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Israel, Malta, The Netherlands, Slovenia and the United Kingdom), and televoting. These 12 acts are going to be competing for victory:

  1. Samir & Viktor – Groupie
  2. JTR – Building It Up
  3. Dinah Nah – Make Me (La La La)
  4. Jon Henrik Fjallgren – Jag ar fri (Manne Leam Frijje)
  5. Jessica Andersson – Can’t Hurt Me Now
  6. Mans Zelmerlow – Heroes
  7. Linus Svenning – Forever Starts Today
  8. Isa – Don’t Stop
  9. Magnus Carlsson – Mot mig i Gamla stan
  10. Eric Saade – Sting
  11. Mariette – Don’t Stop Believing
  12. Hasse Andersson – Guld och grona skogar

In ESCBubble’s poll, Mans Zelmerlow is in a big lead with 42% of the votes, followed by Mariette with 15% and Dinah Nah with 11%. You can still vote for your favourites in our poll right here:

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NORWAY

The Norwegian Melodi Grand Prix this year has changed, as 11 songs will be taking part in tonight’s final, and they will be accompanied by a live orchestra! These are the 11 acts competing for the Norwegian Eurovision ticket tonight:

  1. Erlend Bratland – Thunderstuck
  2. Raylee – Louder
  3. Tor & Bettan – All Over The World
  4. Jenny Langlo – Next To You
  5. Ira Konstantinidis – We Don’t Worry
  6. Contrazt – Heaven
  7. Marie Klapbakken – Ta meg tilbake
  8. Staysman & Lazz – En godt stekt pizza
  9. Morland & Debrah Scarlett – A Monster Like Me
  10. Alexandra Joner – Cinderella
  11. Karin Park – Human Beings

The current leaders in our poll are Morland & Debrah Scarlett with 41% of the votes, followed by Karin Park with 20% and Jenny Langlo with 9%. You can still cast your vote for your favourite song right here:

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