Melodifestivalen 2005 semifinals


Melodifestivalen 2005 semifinals
This article is about the semifinals of Melodifestivalen 2005. For the final, see the main article, Melodifestivalen 2005.

The semifinals for Melodifestivalen 2005 began on 12 February 2005. Ten songs from these semifinals qualified for the final on March 12, 2005. This was the fourth year that a semifinal format had been used for the competition.

Contents

Preselection

Artists that submitted songs

Kikki Danielsson, Sara Löfgren, Arvingarna, Sandra Dahlberg, Roger Pontare, Tommy Nilsson, Jessica Folcker, Grymlings, Freddie Wadling, Mikael Rickfors, Mats Ronander, Hasse Andersson & Kvinnaböske Band, Niclas Wahlgren, Pernilla Wahlgren, Linus Wahlgren, Lotta Engberg, Mathias Holmgren, Alex Falk, Johan Thorsell, Ingela 'Pling' Forsman, Lars 'Dille' Diedricsson, Peter Grönvall, Nanne Grönvall.

Semifinal 1

Semifinal 1
Date: 12 February 2005
Presenter: Alexandra Pascalidou, Shan Atçi
Venue: Scandinavium, Gothenburg
Voting: Telephone voting
Interval Act: Bosson, Jessica Andersson, Magnus Bäcklund, Glenn Borgkvist, Sara Löfgren
Viewing figures (approx): 3,170,000
Total number of televotes cast: 505,192
Qualifiers: Att älska dig performed by Shirley Clamp, Ödet var min väg performed by Nordman
Second Chance: Alcastar performed by Alcazar, Alla flickor performed by Linda Bengtzing
# Artist Song Televotes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2
1 Alcazar Alcastar 35 976 43 010 4 Wildcard
Second Chance
2 Cecilia Vennersten Var mig nära 5 069 8 Out
3 Papa Dee My No.1 25 446 6 Out
4 Linda Bengtzing Alla flickor 33 338 44 503 3 Second Chance
5 The Wallstones Invisible People 32 355 40 205 5 Out
6 Pay TV Refrain, Refrain 10 792 7 Out
7 Nordman Ödet var min väg 36 103 49 381 2 Final
8 Shirley Clamp Att älska dig 69 785 77 713 1 Final

Semifinal 2

Semifinal 2
Date: 19 February 2005
Presenter: Henrik Schyffert, Erik Haag
Venue: Cloetta Center, Linköping
Voting: Telephone voting
Interval Act: Svenne & Lotta
Viewing figures (approx): 3,150,000
Total number of televotes cast: 370,821
Qualifiers: Du och jag mot världen performed by Fredrik Kempe & Sanna Nielsen, Higher Ground performed by Sanne Salomonsen
Second Chance: Med hjärtats egna ord performed by Josefin Nilsson, "Roma" performed by Cameron Cartio
# Artist Song Televotes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2
1 Fredrik Kempe & Sanna Nielsen Du och jag mot världen 38 642 65 313 1 Final
2 Camilla Brinck Jenny 15 031 7 Out
3 Group Avalon Big Up 15 032 6 Out
4 Arja Saijonmaa Vad du än trodde så trodde du fel 14 118 8
5 Josefin Nilsson Med hjärtats egna ord 18 354 28 316 3 Second Chance
6 Cameron Cartio Roma 16 232 27 293 4 Second Chance
7 Bodies Without Organs Gone 16 508 25 796 5 Out
8 Sanne Salomonsen Higher Ground 36 118 53 193 2 Wildcard
Final

Semifinal 3

Semifinal 3
Date: 26 February 2005
Presenter: Johanna Westman, Markoolio
Venue: Isstadion, Skellefteå
Voting: Telephone voting
Interval Act: Nina Inhammar, Kim Kärnfalk, Sofia Källgren, Roger Pontare, Brolle
Viewing figures (approx): 2,940,000
Total number of televotes cast: 458,201
Qualifiers: Las Vegas performed by Martin Stenmarck, Vi kan gunga performed by Jimmy Jansson
Second Chance: Nothing At All performed by LaGaylia, Wherever You Go performed by NaNa
# Artist Song Televotes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2
1 NaNa Wherever You Go 25 053 38 891 3 Second Chance
2 Kwanzaa Lovin' Your Feen 3 179 8 Out
3 Jimmy Jansson Vi kan gunga 52 485 62 845 2 Final
4 LaGaylia Nothing At All 20 706 24 753 4 Second Chance
5 Josef Rain 23 410 24 597 5 Out
6 Kee Marcello's K2 ft. Alannah Myles We Got It All 11 712 7 Wildcard
Out
7 Jessica Folcker Om natten 19 306 6 Out
8 Martin Stenmarck Las Vegas 76 508 73 538 1 Final

Semifinal 4

Semifinal 4
Date: 5 March 2005
Presenter: Kayo Shekoni & Micke Leijnegard
Venue: Tipshallen, Växjö
Voting: Telephone voting
Interval Act: Afro-dite, Britta Bergström, Jenny Pettersson, Dea Norberg, Johan Röhr, Martin Kagemark
Viewing figures (approx): 3,100,000
Total number of televotes cast: 413,082
Qualifiers: Håll om mig performed by Nanne Grönvall, A Different Kind of Love performed by Caroline Wennergren
Second Chance: Långt bortom tid och rum performed by Mathias Holmgren, As If Tomorrow Will Never Come performed by Katrina and the Nameless
# Artist Song Televotes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2
1 Anne-Lie Rydé Så nära 19 043 25 124 5 Out
2 B-Boys International ft. Paul M One Step Closer 16 820 6 Out
3 Mathias Holmgren Långt bortom tid och rum 21 337 28 775 4 Second Chance
4 Rickard Engfors and Katarina Fallholm Ready For Me 9 774 8 Out
5 Date Hörde änglarna viska ditt namn 14 930 7 Out
6 Nanne Grönvall Håll om mig 53 726 67 876 1 Wildcard
Final
7 Caroline Wennergren A Different Kind of Love 29 456 63 664 2 Final
8 Katrina and the Nameless As If Tomorrow Will Never Come 30 632 30 763 3 Second Chance

Second Chance Round

Second Chance Round
Date: 6 March 2005
Presenters: Annika Jankell
Venue: Berns, Stockholm
Voting: Telephone voting
Interval Act: Norrlandsoperan Symphony Orchestra
Viewing figures (approx): 1,495,000
Total number of televotes cast: 442,790
Qualifiers: Alcastar performed by Alcazar, Alla flickor performed by Linda Bengtzing
# Artist Song Televotes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2
1 Alcazar Alcastar 47 762 63 533 1 Final
2 Linda Bengtzing Alla flickor 38 861 54 253 2 Final
3 Josefin Nilsson Med hjärtats egna ord 20 537 7 Out
4 Cameron Cartio Roma 18 945 8 Out
5 NaNa Wherever You Go 28 510 38 254 4 Out
6 LaGaylia Nothing At All 27 547 53 126 3 Out
7 Mathias Holmgren Långt bortom tid och rum 25 472 5 Out
8 Katrina and the Nameless As If Tomorrow Will Never Come 24 489 6 Out

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