This is YOUR winner of Melodifestivalen 2020!

After four semi finals and a Second Chance round, Sweden’s Melodifestivalen 2020 reached its final stage, where a total of 12 acts are going to compete tonight in the Friends Arena in Stockholm to become the next Swedish entry in Eurovision.

In the past couple of days we asked you to let us know which of the 12 finalists is YOUR personal favorite, and these are the current results:

  1. Dotter – Bulletproof – 25.70%
  2. Anna Bergendahl – Kingdom Come – 22.27%
  3. The Mamas – Move – 14.17%
  4. Robin Bentsson – Take A Chance – 11.21%
  5. Felix Sandman – Boys With Emotions – 6.70%
  6. Hanna Ferm – Brave – 5.14%
  7. Victor Crone – Troubled Waters – 3.89%
  8. Mariette – Shout It Out – 3.43%
  9. Mohombi – Winners – 2.65%
  10. Paul Rey – Talking In My Sleep – 2.34%
  11. Méndez feat. Alvaro Estrella – Vamos amigos – 1.40%
  12. Anis don Demina – Vem e som oss – 1.09%

The favorite of our readers is Dotter, and she is followed closely by Anna Bergendahl in second place. The Mamas make up the top three. On the bottom of the scoreboard we find three of the “Second Chance” acts – Paul Rey, Méndez and Alvaro Estrella, and Anis don Demina in the bottom.

Our editors have also listened to the 12 songs from tonight’s final and voted. These are our results:

  1. Dotter – Bulletproof
  2. The Mamas – Move
  3. Mariette – Shout It Out
  4. Anna Bergendahl – Kingdom Come
  5. Robin Bengtsson – Take A Chance
  6. Hanna Ferm – Brave
  7. Paul Rey – Talking In My Sleep
  8. Mohombi – Winners
  9. Victor Crone – Troubled Waters
  10. Méndez feat. Alvaro Estrella – Vamos amigos
  11. Anis don Demina – Vem e som oss
  12. Felix Sandman – Boys With Emotions

Our editors agree with our readers that Dotter should be tonight’s winner, and that she should be Sweden’s entry in Eurovision 2020, but that The Mamas should give her a good run for her money in tonight’s competition. Even though Mariette only finished in 8th place with our readers, our team has put her in the top three ahead of tonight’s show.

Our poll is going to close at the end of tonight’s show, so you still have time to cast your vote, and thus let us know your favorite:

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