Melodifestivalen 1987

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Melodifestivalen 1987
Dates
Final21 February 1987
Venue Lisebergshallen, Gothenburg
Presenter(s) Fredrik Belfrage
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Voting systemJuries sorted by age
Winning song"Fyra Bugg & en Coca Cola" by Lotta Engberg
1986  Melodifestivalen  1988

Melodifestivalen 1987 was the selection for the 27th song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was the 26th time that this system of picking a song had been used. 1502 songs were submitted to SVT for the competition. The final was broadcast on TV1 and was not broadcast on radio. The winning song's title was changed to "Boogaloo" for the Eurovision Song Contest as it contained chewing gum brand Bugg as well drinks company Coca-Cola in the title.

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Results

DrawArtistSongSongwritersPointsPlace
1 Sound of Music "Alexandra"Peter Grönvall, Angelique Widengren, Nanne Nordqvist 444th
2 Annica Jonsson "Nya illusioner"Mikael Wendt och Christer Lundh--
3 Cyndee Peters "När morgonstjärnan brinner" Bobby Ljunggren, Håkan Almqvist, Ingela 'Pling' Forsman 463rd
4 Paul Sahlin & Anne Kihlström "Ung och evig"Paul Sahlin, Alf Brink--
5 Jan-Eric Karlzon "Flyktingen"Jan-Eric Karlzon, Kenth Larsson--
6 Baden-Baden "Leva livet"Anders Nylander, Margareta Karlsson--
7 Arja Saijonmaa "Högt över havet" Lasse Holm 582nd
8 Robert Wells "Sommarnatt" Göran Folkestad, Jan-Olov Ståhl--
9 Style "Hand i hand" Christer Sandelin, Tommy Ekman296th
10 Lena Philipsson "Dansa i neon"Tim Norell, Peo Thyrén, Ola Håkansson435th
11 Anna Book "Det finns en morgondag"Jan Askelind, Ingela 'Pling' Forsman --
12 Lotta Engberg "Fyra Bugg & en Coca Cola"Mikael Wendt, Christer Lundh591st

Voting

Juries

Song15-2020-2525-3030-3535-4040-4545-5050-5555-60Total
"Alexandra"1011068421244
"När morgonstjärnan brinner"610441186646
"Högt över havet"8228681010458
"Hand i hand"18122644129
"Dansa i neon"448104212843
"Fyra Bugg & en Coca Cola"26611010681059

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