Idol 2006 (Sweden)

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For the Swedish Idol series article, see Idol (Sweden)
Idol
Season 3
Broadcast from August 29, 2006 – December 1, 2006
Judges Daniel Breitholtz
Kishti Tomita
Claes Af Geijerstam
Peter Swartling
Sanna Bråding
Mogge Sseruwagi
Host(s) Tobbe Blom
Johan Wiman
Broadcaster TV4
Winner:
Markus Fagervall
Markus Fagervall.jpg
Origin Övertorneå, Sweden
Song "Everything Changes"
Genre(s) Pop, Rock
Runner-up
Erik Segerstedt
Chronology
2006

The third season of Idol premiered in Sweden on August 29, 2006 and continued until its grand finale on December 1, when 24-year-old Markus Fagervall from Övertorneå was crowned winner. The series gained a record-breaking 1.1 million viewers during its first episode, and was the last season to feature Claes af Geijerstam as a judge, who left the series citing financial issues.

Judges[edit]

Hosts[edit]

Auditions[edit]

More than 6000 people auditioned.

The Top 11 Finalists[edit]

Semi Final Qualifyings[edit]

Top 20
Format: Two out of five semi-finalists made it to the live finals each day (competing in gender-divided groups), based on public phone voting. Two additional semi-final contestants who had not initially gained enough votes was also chosen by the public to advance to the finals, along with a wildcard chosen by the judges.

Date First Second
September 18 Linda Seppänen Jessica Myrberg
September 19 Markus Fagervall Danny Saucedo
September 20 Sara Burnett Felicia Brandström
September 21 Johan Larsson Jonas Snäckmark
September 22
(Public Wildcards)
Cissi Ramsby Erik Segerstedt
Judges' Wildcard Natalie Kadric

Finals Elimination Chart[edit]

Date Theme Bottom Three
September 29 My Idol Sara Burnett Jessica Myrberg Erik Segerstedt
October 6 Swedish Hits Natalie Kadric Jonas Snäckmark Jessica Myrberg (2)
October 13 Millennium Hits Jessica Myrberg (3) Linda Seppänen Johan Larsson
October 20 Rock Jonas Snäckmark (2) Cissi Ramsby Johan Larsson (2)
October 27 Audition Songs Linda Seppänen (2) Cissi Ramsby (2) Johan Larsson (3)
Bottom Two
November 3 Unplugged Danny Saucedo Cissi Ramsby (3)
November 10 Motown Cissi Ramsby (4) Erik Segerstedt (2)
Eliminated Contestant
November 17 Love Songs Felicia Brandström
November 24 Jury's Choices Johan Larsson (4)
December 1 Erik Segerstedt (3) Markus Fagervall

Elimination chart[edit]

Stages: Semi-Finals WC Finals
Dates: 09/18 09/19 09/20 09/21 09/22 09/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/1
Place Constestant Result
1 Markus Fagervall
1st
Winner
2 Erik Segerstedt Elim
2nd
Btm 3 Btm 2 Runner-up
3 Johan Larsson
1st
Btm 3 Btm 3 Btm 3 Elim
4 Felicia Brandström
2nd
Elim
5 Cissi Ramsby Elim
1st
Btm 2 Btm 2 Btm 2 Elim
6 Danny Saucedo
2nd
Elim
7 Linda Seppänen
1st
Btm 2 Elim
8 Jonas Snäckmark
2nd
Btm 2 Elim
9 Jessica Myrberg
2nd
Btm 2 Btm 3 Elim
10 Natalie Kadric Elim
JC
Elim
11 Sara Burnett
1st
Elim
Wild
Card
Patrizia Helander Elim Elim
John-A. Eriksson Elim
Emma Fällman Elim
Semi Noel Filipinas Elim
Robert Hanna
David Fjällborg Elim
Dennis Lindberg
Cosima Lamberth Elim
Lisa Mårtensson

Idol 2006 album[edit]

Det bästa från Idol 2006 (The Best from Idol 2006) is a sampling Swedish Idol 2007 shows. It was released on 21 November 2007 with the following tracklist.

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