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In the recent Olympic games in Tokyo, the 3 Scandinavian countries (Denmark, Norway and Sweden) performed well and won several gold medals. In a short series, we will celebrate their success in the form of Eurovision songs.


Eurovision winners to take part in ‘Rock The Roof’ interval act in Rotterdam

Six previous winners of the Eurovision Song Contest will take part in the ‘Rock The Roof’ interval act in Rotterdam in May.

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Måns Zelmerlöw & Polina Gagarina release ‘Circles and Squares’

Måns Zelmerlöw & Polina Gagarina have collaborated on a dream team duet for the song Circles and Squares. It is the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2021 Official Song to be held in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Måns Zelmerlöw launches his own wine – Cava: Hola MZ Cava

Måns Zelmerlöw has launched his own wine called Cava: Hola MZ Cava by Måns Zelmerlöw. It is a dry, healthy and fruity Cava that is both organic and vegan.

Måns won the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest for Sweden with Heroes and is one of the presenters at the Melodifestivalen 2021 shows.

Launching a Cava was obvious for Måns, as Spain is his great source of inspiration when it comes to both food and wine. Måns lived for a time partly in Barcelona where he spent a lot of time writing music and enjoying the culture, the weather, the relaxed lifestyle and the people. In Spain, his already strong interest in food and drink developed further.

After a few weeks in Barcelona, ​​I started to find restaurants that the locals went to and got my first “real” tapas experiences. We sat for hours and ordered right after right, drank Cava late into the night and just enjoyed. With an enormous love for Barcelona in particular, and the surrounding nature, it feels extremely exciting that I have had the opportunity to make a Cava together with Hermansson & Co and the producer Barcelona Brands SL, says Måns Zelmerlöw.

Cava: Hola MZ Cava by Måns Zelmerlöw is available for purchase in Systembolaget’s order assortment.

Måns Zelmerlöw & Polina Gagarina will soon release a duet which will be the theme to the World Figure Skating Championships taking place in Stockholm, Sweden this year.

Source: ESC Covers

WORLD FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS – Mans and Polina to do the official song

ESC Covers received a press release from Stockholm.

At the end of March, the World Figure Skating Championships will be held at the Ericsson Globe in Stockholm, and it is now clear that world artists Måns Zelmerlöw and Polina Gagarina will make the official World Cup song together.

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The hosts for the Melodifestivalen 2021 have been announced. Some familiar names will be hosting the shows –

  • Semi-final 1 – Lena Philipsson
  • Semi-final 2 – Anis Don Demina & Oscar Zia
  • Semi-final 3 – Jason Diakité
  • Semi-final 4 – Per Andersson
  • Andra chansen (second chance) – Shirley Clamp
  • The final – Måns Zelmerlöw & Shima Niavarani

Lena Philipsson represented Sweden at the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest with It Hurts and has participated in many Melodifestivalen competitions over the years.

Anis Don Demina has participated on the Melodifestivalen stage in 2018 (with Samir & Viktor) and 2019 (with Zeana) and in his own right in 2020 with the song Vem e som oss.

Oscar Zia took part in the 2014 and 2016 Melodifestivalen shows with Yes We Can and Human respectively.

Jason Diakité is also known as Timbuktu and is a Swedish rapper.

Per Andersson is a comedian and actor in Sweden.

Shirley Clamp is well known to Eurovision fans. She has participated in the Melodifestivalen on six occasions – 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2011 and 2014.

Måns Zelmerlöw of course won the Eurovision Song Contest for Sweden in 2015 with Heroes.

Shima Niavarani is a Swedish-Iranian actress and singer.

Executive producer, Christer Björkman, will also be heavily involved again with this being the 20th Melodifestivalen competition.

Source: ESC Covers; SVT




We got the following press release from Helene Wigren in Stockholm, Sweden. Unfortunately it was in Swedish, so we had to use Google translator.

Måns Zelmerlöw is finally back live after a time break with some exclusive dates in connection with the release of the new album “TIME” in October, the tour makes four stops in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Falun.

Last spring, Måns Zelmerlöw broke three years of silence and finally released new music. The first single came as early as March and was a duet with Dotter “Walk with Me” – the song quickly became a radio hit, passing 7 million streams these days.

In May, a total of three singles were released within two days; “Better Now”, “Grow Up to Be You” and “Fuego” who all quickly became big favorites on the radio and are still climbing the charts. The songs gave us a taste of the upcoming album “TIME” which will be released October 18th. We can now also confirm that Måns goes out on a Sweden tour in connection with release and visits Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Falun in October.

Måns is one of Sweden’s biggest artists and with him in the luggage he has a profit in Eurovision, something many artists can only dream of. The song “Heroes” with which he won Eurovision has today streamed over 100 million times on Spotify! With the music’s new music, Måns has established himself as one of Europe’s biggest pop stars.

” I am so incredibly excited in coming back to Sweden and getting to play at home again! It is always best to play at home in Sweden and in the fall you will see that something completely new,” says Måns.

The tour starts on October 18 at KB in Malmö and then continues to Nalen in Stockholm, Falu Bowling & Krog in Falun and ends on October 27 at Trädgår’n in Gothenburg. We long to finally see Måns Zelmerlöw live at home!


18/10 – KB, Malmö
25/10 – Nalen, Stockholm
26/10 – Falu Bowling & Krog, Falun
27/10 – Trädgår’n, Gothenburg

Tickets will be released at 9am on Friday, August 23rd via LiveNation.se