Pauline gets last Melodifestivalen wildcard

Pauline Kamusewu is no stranger to the Swedish pop world having released two successful albums already. Her last epic I Never Said I Was An Angel was released in 2009 and showed her talents in the fields of pop and soul. In an interview with national broadcaster SVT Pauline hinted that her song Sucker For Love - with which she will compete in Sweden's biggest music show - has a 1960s feel to it.

Sucker For Love  was written and composed by Fredrik Ödesjö, Andreas Levander, Johan Wetterberg and Pauline herself.

With the announcement of Pauline as last wildcard for Melodifestivalen 2010, all 32 songs and singers for the Swedish selection for the Eurovision Song Contest are known. The first of five semi-finals will take place on the 6th of February in Örnsköldsvik. The big final will then be held more than a month later, on the 13th of March in Stockholm's Globen Arena.

Sweden managed to qualify for the final of the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest with Malena Ernman's La Voix which ultimately ended up 21st in Moscow.


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