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The final of Melodifestivalen 2020 in Stockholm
Dotter returns to Melodifestivalen in 2021
Photo: Stijn Smulders

Watch Live This Weekend: Show Links for Croatia, Norway and Sweden

It’s another busy weekend for the fandom as Croatia decides their entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, while Norway and Sweden continue with their semi finals. Here’s what to expect and how to stream the shows.

Who will represent Croatia this year?

The final of Dora, the Croatian selection show for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 will take place on Saturday 13 February. A total of 14 acts will compete of which 2 already have a history of competing at Eurovision. Nina Kraljić reached the final for Croatia in Stockholm in 2016 with her song Lighthouse while Tony Cetinski took part in 1994 with Nek'ti Bude Ljubav Sva.

Nina Kraljić represented Croatia in 2016EBU / Andres Putting

The following acts will perform:

  • Filip Rudan - Blind

  • Bernarda - Colours

  • Ella Orešković -Come This Way

  • Sandi Cenov - Kriv

  • Beta Sudar - Ma Zamisli

  • Brigita Vuco - Noći Pijane

  • ToMa - Ocean Of Love

  • Eric - Reci Mi

  • Nina Kraljić - Rijeka

  • Ashley Colburn & Bojan Jambrošić - Share The Love

  • Mia Negotević - She's Like A Dream

  • Albina - Tick-Tock

  • Cambi - Zaljubljen

  • Tony Cetinski & Kiki Rahimovski - Zapjevaj, Sloboda je!

Broadcast time: Saturday 13 February 20:10 CET
Where to watch: HRT (in Croatia) or online.

Last Semi-Final in Norway

With only one week left until the final of Melodi Grand Prix (MGP) there are only 3 slots left. One of those slots will be filled by one of the 4 participants duelling in the fifth Semi-Final on Saturday 13 February. The competing acts are:

  • IMERIKA - I Can’t Escape

  • RIVER - Coming Home

  • TuVeia - Bli Med Meg På Gar’n

  • Ane.Fin - Walking In My Sleep

Rein Alexander returns to Melodi Grand PrixEBU / Stijn Smulders

Rein Alexander, who also participated in Melodi Grand Prix last year, is pre-qualified for the final and will showcase his song Eyes Wide Open.

Broadcast time: Saturday 13 February 19:50 CET
Where to watch: NRK (In Norway and its neighbouring countries) or online.

Melodifestivalen continues with second Semi-Final

The second Semi-Final of Melodifestivalen, Sweden's national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest, will be broadcast live from Stockholm on Saturday 13 February. Eurovision fans have expressed their enthusiasm on social media about the return of Dotter, who ended up in second place last year missing out on the trophy with just 1 point between her and The Mamas.

The full line up is:

  • Anton Ewald - New Religion

  • Julia Alfrida - Rich

  • WAHL feat. SAMI - 90-talet

  • Frida Green - The Silence

  • Eva Rydberg & Ewa Roos - Rena Rama Ding Dong

  • Patrik Jean - Tears Run Dry

  • Dotter - Little Tot

Two acts will qualify directly to the final while the number 3 and 4 will get a second chance to qualify on 6 March.

Broadcast time: Saturday 13 February 20:00 CET
Where to watch: SVT (in Sweden and its neighbouring countries) or online.

If you’re watching all 3 shows please share photos of your multi-screen set-ups! Don’t be afraid to #OpenUpAsManyStreamingDevicesAsYouNeed.