Melodifestivalen 2004 semifinals


Melodifestivalen 2004 semifinals
This article is about the semifinals of Melodifestivalen 2004. For the final, see the main article, Melodifestivalen 2004.

The semifinals for Melodifestivalen 2004 began on 21 February 2004. Ten songs from these semifinals qualified for the final on March 20, 2004. This was the third year that a semifinal format had been used for the competition.

Contents

Semifinal 1

Semifinal 1
Date: 21 February 2004
Presenter: Charlotte Perrelli, Ola Lindholm, Peter Settman
Venue: Löfbergs Lila Arena, Karlstad
Voting: Telephone voting
Total number of televotes cast: 590,453
Viewing figures (approx): 3,295,000
Qualifiers: Som stormen performed by Sara Löfgren, Tango! Tango! performed by Petra Nielsen
Second Chance: Älvorna performed by Sarek, Love Turns Water Into Wine performed by Karl Martindahl
# Artist Song Televotes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2
1 Nina & Kim En gång för alla 19 272 7 Out
2 Jocke Bergström Still Believe 14 737 8 Out
3 Sarek Älvorna 35 660 48 368 4 Second Chance
4 Karl Martindahl Love Turns Water Into Wine 38 123 52 923 3 Second Chance
5 LaGaylia Frazier It's In The Stars 25 237 32 690 5 Out
6 Sara Löfgren Som stormen 51 674 69 791 2 Final
7 Niklas Andersson Tro på mig 24 476 6 Wildcard
Out
8 Petra Nielsen Tango! Tango! 80 558 95 030 1 Final

Semifinal 2

Semifinal 2
Date: 28 February 2004
Presenter: Charlotte Perrelli, Ola Lindholm, Peter Settman
Venue: Scandinavium, Gothenburg
Voting: Telephone voting
Viewing figures (approx): 3,305,000
Total number of televotes cast: 549,315
Qualifiers: Vindarna vänder oss performed by Fame, Paradise performed by E-Type
Second Chance: Finally performed by Fredrik Kempe, Säg att du har ångrat dig performed by Anne-Lie Rydé
# Artist Song Televotes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2
1 Fredrik Kempe Finally 28 371 45 741 3 Second Chance
2 Baccara Soy tu venus 10 609 7 Out
3 Fame Vindarna vänder oss 72 185 82 434 2 Final
4 Jennifer Eskola You Are The Sunshine Of My Life 3 828 8 Out
5 Pay TV Trendy Discothèque 17 657 6 Out
6 Anne-Lie Rydé Säg att du har ångrat dig 30 376 34 838 4 Second Chance
7 LaRoxx (Are U) Ready Or Not 19 075 24 392 5 Out
8 E-Type Paradise 86 022 92 957 1 Wildcard
Final

Semifinal 3

Semifinal 3
Date: 6 March 2004
Presenter: Charlotte Perrelli, Ola Lindholm, Peter Settman
Venue: Umeå Arena, Umeå
Voting: Telephone voting
Viewing figures (approx): 3,140,000
Total number of televotes cast: 483,367
Qualifiers: Här stannar jag kvar performed by Sandra Dahlberg, C'est la vie performed by Hanson, Carson & Malmkvist
Second Chance: Blow The Spot performed by Bubbles, Efharisto performed by Bosson
# Artist Song Televotes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2
1 Bubbles Blow The Spot 32 852 35 265 4 Second Chance
2 Emil Sigfridsson Innan mörket faller 23 106 26 861 5 Out
3 Gladys del Pilar Baby I Can't Stop 9 073 8 Out
4 Sandra Dahlberg Här stannar jag kvar 55 307 79 410 1 Final
5 Itchycoo Super Mega Nova 11 837 7 Out
6 Hanson, Carson & Malmkvist C'est la vie 45 140 52 267 2 Wildcard
Final
7 Autolove Bulletproof Heart 20 302 6 Out
8 Bosson Efharisto 45 355 44 334 3 Second Chance

Semifinal 4

Semifinal 4
Date: 13 March 2004
Presenter: Charlotte Perrelli, Ola Lindholm, Peter Settman
Venue: Malmömässan, Malmö
Voting: Telephone voting
Viewing figures (approx): 3,275,000
Total number of televotes cast: 540,180
Qualifiers: Det gör ont performed by Lena Philipsson, La Dolce Vita performed by After Dark
Second Chance: Min kärlek performed by Shirley Clamp, Olé Olé performed by Andrés Esteche
# Artist Song Televotes Place Results
Round 1 Round 2
1 Lena Philipsson Det gör ont 56 414 77 775 1 Wildcard
Final
2 Anders Borgius Just Like Me 16 923 7 Out
3 Lotta Nilsson & Glenn Borgkvist Boom-bang-a-bang 17 670 6 Out
4 After Dark La Dolce Vita 57 364 59 860 2 Final
5 Pandora Runaway 18 155 26 628 5 Out
6 Fre Äntligen 15 712 8 Out
7 Shirley Clamp Min kärlek 40 066 42 580 4 Second Chance
8 Andrés Esteche Olé Olé 52 867 57 207 3 Second Chance

Second Chance Round

Second Chance Round
Date: 14 March 2004
Presenters: Liza Marklund, Elin "Grynet" Ek, Henrik Johnsson
Venue: Hotel Rival, Stockholm
Voting: Telephone voting
Interval Act: Alcazar, Nana Hedin
Viewing figures (approx): 2,295,000
Total number of televotes cast: 358,250
Qualifiers: Olé Olé performed by Andrés Esteche, Min kärlek performed by Shirley Clamp
# Artist Song Televotes Place Results
1 Sarek Älvorna 40 497 5 Out
2 Karl Martindahl Love Turns Water Into Wine 56 818 3 Out
3 Fredrik Kempe Finally 26 438 8 Out
4 Anne-Lie Rydé Säg att du har ångrat dig 27 678 7 Out
5 Bubbles Blow The Spot 41 249 4 Out
6 Bosson Efharisto 35 855 6 Out
7 Shirley Clamp Min kärlek 57 343 2 Final
8 Andrés Esteche Olé Olé 72 372 1 Final

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