2017 Latest News Sweden Melodifestivalen final ahead of us By Nenad Zindovic Posted on March 9, 2017 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Melodifestivalen 2017 – Sweden’s national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest is in full swing at the Friends Arena in Stockholm. The winner will be decided again by a mixture of televoting (50%) and international juries (50%), and earlier today the countries that will be voting, along with their spokesmen, were revealed: Armenia – Iveta Mukuchyan Australia – Stephanie Werret United Kingdom – Simon Proctor France – Edoardo Grassi Israel – Tali Eshkoli Italy – Nicola Caligiore Malta – Gordon Bonello Norway – Anette Lauenborg Waaler Poland – Mateusz Grzesinski Czech Republic – Jan Bors Ukraine – Victoria Romanova Some of the original lyrics to the songs included swear words. The lyrics of these songs have been changed and are now eligible to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest. Those are I Don’t Give A performed by Lisa Ajax and I Can’t Go On by Robin Bengtsson. The line-up of the final now looks like this: Ace Wilder – Wild Child Boris René – Her Kiss Lisa Ajax – I Don’t Give A Robin Bengtsson – I Can’t Go On Jon Henrik Fjällgren feat. Aninia – En värld full av strider (Eatneme gusnie jeenh dåaroeh) Anton Hagman – Kiss You Goodbye Mariette – A Million Years FO&O – Gotta Thing About You Nano – Hold On Wiktoria – As I Lay Me Down Benjamin Ingrosso – Good Lovin’ Owe Thörnqvist – Boogieman Blues Swedish pop star Zara Larsson, with international hits such as Lush Life or I Would Like, will feature in the interval act and promises “a real show” as her performance. Reminder: Feel free to vote for your favourite Melodifestivalen act on this link.