Melodifestivalen 1992

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Melodifestivalen 1992
Dates
Final14 March 1992
Venue Cirkus, Stockholm
Presenter(s) Adde Malmberg, Claes Malmberg
Participants
Vote
Voting systemRegional juries
Winning song"I morgon är en annan dag" by Christer Björkman

Melodifestivalen 1992 was the selection for the 32nd song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was the 31st time that this system of picking a song had been used. 1,544 songs were submitted to SVT for the competition. The final was broadcast on Kanal 1 and Sveriges Radio's P3 network. Christer Björkman's result at Eurovision was Sweden's worst since 1977, until 2003 the worst result of a Eurovision host country. The show was watched by 5,376,000 people.

Melodifestivalen Swedish Eurovision Song Contest preselection

Melodifestivalen is an annual song competition organised by Swedish public broadcasters Sveriges Television (SVT) and Sveriges Radio (SR). It determines the country's representative for the Eurovision Song Contest, and has been staged almost every year since 1958. Since 2000, the competition has been the most popular television programme in Sweden; it is also broadcast on radio and the Internet. In 2012, the semi-finals averaged 3.3 million viewers, and over an estimated four million people in Sweden watched the final, almost half of the Swedish population.

Sweden constitutional monarchy in Northern Europe

Sweden, officially the Kingdom of Sweden, is a Scandinavian Nordic country in Northern Europe. It borders Norway to the west and north and Finland to the east, and is connected to Denmark in the southwest by a bridge-tunnel across the Öresund, a strait at the Swedish-Danish border. At 450,295 square kilometres (173,860 sq mi), Sweden is the largest country in Northern Europe, the third-largest country in the European Union and the fifth largest country in Europe by area. Sweden has a total population of 10.2 million of which 2.5 million have a foreign background. It has a low population density of 22 inhabitants per square kilometre (57/sq mi). The highest concentration is in the southern half of the country.

Eurovision Song Contest Annual song competition held among the member countries of the European Broadcasting Union

The Eurovision Song Contest, often simply called Eurovision, is an international song competition held primarily among the member countries of the European Broadcasting Union. Each participating country submits an original song to be performed on live television and radio, then casts votes for the other countries' songs to determine the winner. At least 50 countries are eligible to compete as of 2018, and since 2015, Australia has been allowed as a guest entrant.

Contents

Results

DrawArtistSongSongwritersPointsPlace
1 Angel "Venus Butterfly" Bert Karlsson, Lennart Clerwall--
2 Thérèse Löf "Ingenting går som man vill"Peter Grönvall, Nanne Nordqvist --
3 Christer Björkman "I morgon är en annan dag"Niklas Strömstedt641st
4 Anna Nederdal "Ingen annan än du"John Ekedahl, Tommy Kaså--
5 Lizette Pålsson & Bizazz "Som om himlen brann"Jane Larsson, Leif Larsson592nd
6 Shanes "Upp, flyger vi, upp"Björn Ander Andersson--
7 Py Bäckman "Långt härifrån"Py Bäckman, Anders Olausson335th
8 Maria Rådsten "Vad som än händer"Ulf Söderberg, Peter Grönvall, Nanne Nordqvist 413rd
9 Kikki Danielsson "En enda gång"Hans Skoog, Martin Klaman344th
10 Lena Pålsson & Wizex "Jag kan se en ängel"Kaj Svenling, Johnny Thunqvist--

Voting

Juries

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"I morgon är en annan dag"4446668686664
"Som om himlen brann"1882844844859
"Långt härifrån"2114116268133
"Vad som än händer"6621482422441
"En enda gång"8268221111234

See also

Eurovision Song Contest 1992 song contest

The Eurovision Song Contest 1992 was the 37th Eurovision Song Contest and was held on 9 May 1992 in Malmö, Sweden. The presenters were Lydia Cappolicchio and Harald Treutiger. Linda Martin, representing Ireland, was the winner of this Eurovision with the song Why Me?. The song was written by Johnny Logan, who had won the 1980 contest as singer and the 1987 contest as singer/songwriter. At 41 years and 22 days of age, Linda Martin became the oldest woman ever to win Eurovision.

Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest

Sweden has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 58 times since making its debut in 1958, missing only three contests since then. Since 1959, the Swedish entry has been chosen through an annual televised competition, known since 1967 as Melodifestivalen. At the 1997 contest, Sweden was one of the first five countries to adopt televoting. Sweden is the only country to have hosted the event in five different decades, three times in Stockholm, twice in Malmö and once in Gothenburg (1985).

After Carola Häggkvist's win in the 1991 contest, Sweden was the host of the Eurovision Song Contest 1992, held in Malmö.

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