Here is YOUR winner of Melodifestivalen 2018!

After five weeks with four semi finals and a second chance round, Melodifestivalen 2018 has finally reached its final stage. A total of 12 acts have made it to tonight’s final, and they are going to compete in Friends Arena in Stockholm to become the successor of Robin Bengtsson, and to represent Sweden in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon this May.

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 Melodifestivalen 2018 and representing Sweden in Lisbon. These are the current results:

  1. Mariette – For You – 21.37%
  2. Benjamin Ingrosso – Dance You Off – 18.07%
  3. Margaret – In My Cabana – 16.92%
  4. LIAMOO – Last Breath – 11.70%
  5. Martin Almgren – A Bitter Lullaby – 10.69%
  6. Samir & Viktor – Shuffla – 7.38%
  7. Jessica Andersson – Party Voice – 4.07%
  8. Rolandz – Fuldans – 3.56%
  9. Felix Sandman – Every Single Day – 2.67%
  10. Méndez – Everyday – 1.65%
  11. John Lundvik – My Turn – 1.15%
  12. Renaida – All The Feels – 0.76%

Our editors have also listened to the 12 songs competing in tonight’s show and have voted for their favorites. Here is the outcome:

  1. Margaret – In My Cabana
  2. Mariette – For You
  3. Renaida – All The Feels
  4. Jessica Andersson – Party Voice
  5. Benjamin Ingrosso – Dance You Off
  6. John Lundvik – My Turn
  7. Samir & Viktor – Shuffla
  8. Martin Almgren – A Bitter Lullaby
  9. Felix Sandman – Every Single Day
  10. Méndez – Everyday
  11. LIAMOO – Last Breath
  12. Rolandz – Fuldans

As you can see, the results of our readers and our editors are quite different. The clear winner of our poll is Mariette, who is competing this year with the song “For You”. She is followed by Benjamin Ingrosso in second, and Margaret in third place, who won the votes of our editors. Our editors placed Mariette in second place, whilst Renaida – who finished last with our readers, ended up third with our editors.

Our poll will close at the end of tonight’s show, so you can still cast your vote for your personal favorite act, and perhaps change the result of our poll:

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