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Idol
Season 6
Broadcast from 8 September – 11 December 2009
Judges Laila Bagge
Andreas Carlsson
Anders Bagge
Host(s) Peter Jihde
Broadcaster TV4
Finals venue Ericsson Globe
Winner:
Erik Grönwall
Erik Grönwall.jpg
Origin Stockholm, Sweden
Song "Higher"
Runner-up
Calle Kristiansson
Chronology
2009

Idol 2009 was the sixth season of the Swedish idol series and was broadcast by TV 4. The jury, identical to the previous year, consisted of Anders Bagge, Laila Bagge and Andreas Carlsson. Peter Jihde, the show's host, was also a continuation of the previous year's cast. The audition cities visited during the spring of 2009 were Gothenburg, Gävle, Malmö, Stockholm and Umeå, respectively. Around 11,000 people applied for Idol 2009, establishing a new Swedish record.[1]

During auditions in Stockholm on 25 April, Idol 2008 winner Kevin Borg performed for the candidates,[2][3] as well as Johan Palm who finished fourth in Idol 2008.[4] In Gothenburg, Erik Segerstedt from Idol 2006 performed; and in Malmö, Sibel from Idol 2005. In Gävle, Idol 2008 runner-up Alice Svensson sang to the applicants; and in Umeå, Daniel Lindström from Idol 2004.

After the final of Idol 2008, the Idol producers said in a video[5] on TV4's website that "Idol 2009 will be bigger than ever!" at the same time confirming that Idol would come back again during 2009. On 18 March TV4 published times and places for the year's audition tour. The programme started broadcasting on 8 September 2009.[6]

After each show a program called "Idol: Eftersnack" was to be sent on TV400. As with the previous year, Katrin Zytomierska and Peter Jihde were the hosts.

On 15 October 2009, it was announced that the participant Erika Selin sang the demo for the song "Run", which would participate in Sweden's national selection "Melodifestivalen 2010" for Eurovision Song Contest 2010. A possible involvement in the festival, however, did not interfere with her participation in Idol.[7][8]

In 2010, Clara was recruited to a newly started project with Jonas Berggren and Ulf Ekberg from Ace of Base. Clara was to share lead vocals with Julia Williamson. The first single from their album was released in September 2010.

Changes/news[edit]

  • Quarterfinals and semifinals of Idol 2009 were to be broadcast from Malmö and Gothenburg, while the grand finale was to be aired from Ericsson Globe in Stockholm.
  • Anders Bagge was out on his own audition tour to find ten new talents, who didn't apply "the usual way" for Idol.[9]
  • The vignette that appeared in the beginning and end of each Idol episode and also before and after each advertising break was updated. Between 2005 to 2008, it was a rapper who told who sponsored the program.
  • The two participants in the weekly finals which received the fewest votes were made to sing their songs again. Their previous votes were removed and a new round of voting decided who would leave.

Judges[edit]

Hosts[edit]

Competitors[edit]

Below is a list of the nineteen jury-selected qualifiers.[10] Before the qualifiers, the viewers got to decide whether Calle Kristiansson or Piotr Pawel Pospiech would move to the qualifying week. Viewers chose Calle Kristiansson as the 20th competitor. Those marked in bold are the ones which viewers chose to forward to the weekly finals. (The jury chose four of these, a total of 11 contestants.)

Semi-finals[edit]

20 participants remained for the final audition week in Stockholm. These were divided into four groups, two for men and two for women respectively. After the last episode of the week, 11 of the 20 remained and were chosen to compete for the title "Idol 2009". Those who are in bold are the ones viewers voted for the qualifying finals. The contestants are listed in the order they appeared during each night.

Semifinal 1[edit]

Was aired on 28 September 2009.

  1. Calle Kristiansson, 21 years, Kristianstad – Highway to Hell (AC/DC)
  2. Nicklas Hocker, 17 years, Onsala – Blood Is Thicker Than Water (Black Label Society)
  3. Andréas Johansson, 19 years, Piteå – Hurtful (Erik Hassle)
  4. Eddie Razaz, 20 years, Stockholm – Man in the Mirror (Michael Jackson)
  5. Jon Sindenius, 21 years, Västerås – Mama I'm Coming Home (Ozzy Osbourne)

Semifinal 2[edit]

Was aired on 29 September 2009.

  1. Sabina Täck, 19 years, Lessebo – "Ain't No Other Man" (Christina Aguilera)
  2. Moa Carlebecker, 20 years, Växjö – "The Story" (Brandi Carlile)
  3. Clara Hagman, 18 years, Gävle – "Release me"(Oh Laura)
  4. Mariette Hansson, 26 years, Halmstad – "Dear Mr President" (Pink)
  5. Erika Selin, 18 years, Dorotea – "Bless the Broken Road" (Rascal Flatts)

Semifinal 3[edit]

Was aired on 30 September 2009.

  1. Patrik Öhlund, 37 years, Piteå – With or Without You (U2)
  2. Rasmus Ingdahl, 21 years, Stockholm – I'm Yours (Jason Mraz)
  3. Carl Chapal, 29 years, Göteborg – Keep This Fire Burning (Robyn)
  4. Rabih Jaber, 22 years, Lycksele – With You (Chris Brown)
  5. Erik Grönwall, 21 years, Stockholm – Is It True (Yohanna)

Semifinal 4[edit]

Was aired on 1 October 2009.

  1. Nicolle Walles, 17 years, Stockholm – The Best (Tina Turner)
  2. Reza Ningtyas Lindh, 28 years, Lund – Listen (Beyoncé)
  3. Camilla Håkansson, 21 years, Kalix – My Heart Will Go On (Céline Dion)
  4. Karolina Brånsgård, 25 years, Örebro – It's a Man's World (James Brown)
  5. Tove Östman Styrke, 16 years, Umeå – All These Things I've Done (The Killers)

Qualifying finals[edit]

The qualifying finals aired on 2 October 2009. In the final qualifying program 12 people competed for 11 seats in the weekly finals. Viewers had chosen 8 contestants for the qualifying final and the judges chose 4 wildcards to participate in the qualifying finals. The person in bold was eliminated.

  1. Erik Grönwall, 21 years, Stockholm – Beat It (Michael Jackson)
  2. Reza Ningtyas Lindh, 28 years, Lund – Son of a Preacher Man (Dusty Springfield)
  3. Erika Selin, 18 years, Dorotea – Show Me Heaven (Maria McKee)
  4. Calle Kristiansson, 21 years, Kristianstad – Here I Go Again (Whitesnake)
  5. Nicklas Hocker, 17 years, Onsala – Oh Pretty Woman (Gary Moore)
  6. Tove Östman Styrke, 16 years, Umeå – Life on Mars (David Bowie)
  7. Jon Sindenius, 21 years, Västerås – Don't Look Back in Anger (Oasis)
  8. Eddie Razaz, 20 years, Stockholm – Hurtful (Erik Hassle)
  9. Karolina Brånsgård, 25 years, Örebro – Fever (Peggy Lee, Little Willie John)
  10. Rabih Jaber, 22 years, Lycksele – Stand by Me (Ben E. King)
  11. Mariette Hansson, 26 years, Halmstad – Sweet Child o' Mine (Guns N' Roses)
  12. Camilla Håkansson, 21 years, Kalix – Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen)

The judges wildcards to the qualifying finals[edit]

Finals[edit]

11 individuals competed for nine Fridays until the grand final in Globen, held on 11 December 2009. Artists marked with bold were excluded from the contest.

Week 1: Club Idol[edit]

The first final week was broadcast on 9 October 2009. The Idol 2004 participant Darin began the program by singing his cover of Coldplay's hit song "Viva La Vida" from 2008.[11][12]

  1. Nicklas HockerGet This Party Started (Pink)
  2. Rabih JaberWhen Love Takes Over (David Guetta & Kelly Rowland)
  3. Karolina BrånsgårdJust Dance (Lady Gaga)
  4. Erika SelinAbout You Now (Sugababes)
  5. Calle KristianssonDestiny Calling (Melody Club)
  6. Reza Ningtyas LindhSuperstar (Jamelia)
  7. Erik GrönwallLeave a Light On (Belinda Carlisle)
  8. Camilla HåkanssonAll Night Long (Lionel Richie)
  9. Eddie RazazRelease Me (Agnes)
  10. Mariette HanssonWhen Tomorrow Comes (Eurythmics)
  11. Tove Östman StyrkeHot N Cold (Katy Perry)

Elimination[edit]

The two participants who received the fewest viewer votes had to sing a second time.
The person who is marked with a dark gray background had the lowest number of votes and was forced to leave Idol.

Lowest number of viewer votes
Karolina Brånsgård Eddie Razaz

Week 2: Michael Jackson[edit]

The second final week was broadcast on 16 October 2009. The American Idol winner Jordin Sparks and Swedish Idol 2008 winner Kevin Borg began the program by together singing her and Chris Brown's song No Air from 2008. The participants also sang together We Are The World by Michael Jackson & Lionel Richie. At the end of the program (in the elimination round), Jordin Sparks sang her newest song S.O.S..[13]

  1. Calle KristianssonBad (Michael Jackson)
  2. Camilla HåkanssonHuman Nature (Michael Jackson)
  3. Reza Ningtyas LindhThe Way You Make Me Feel (Michael Jackson)
  4. Mariette HanssonI Want You Back (The Jackson 5)
  5. Eddie RazazThey Don't Care About Us (Michael Jackson)
  6. Tove Östman StyrkeWill You Be There (Michael Jackson)
  7. Nicklas HockerBlack or White (Michael Jackson)
  8. Rabih JaberYou Are Not Alone (Michael Jackson)
  9. Erika SelinBeat It (Michael Jackson)
  10. Erik GrönwallThriller (Michael Jackson)

Elimination[edit]

The two participants who received the fewest viewer votes had to sing a second time.
The person who is marked with a dark gray background had the lowest number of votes and was forced to leave Idol.

Lowest number of viewer votes
Camilla Håkansson Nicklas Hocker

Week 3: Rock[edit]

The third final week was broadcast on 23 October 2009. The season's first guest judge was Joey Tempest, from rock band Europe.

  1. Erik GrönwallWhy Can't This Be Love (Van Halen)
  2. Eddie RazazBeautiful Day (U2)
  3. Erika SelinHere Without You (3 Doors Down)
  4. Mariette HanssonI'm Just a Girl (No Doubt)
  5. Rabih JaberDriving One of Your Cars (Lisa Miskovsky)
  6. Tove Östman StyrkeWe're Not Living in America (The Sounds)
  7. Nicklas HockerBlack Hole Sun (Soundgarden)
  8. Reza Ningtyas LindhDon't Stop Me Now (Queen)
  9. Calle KristianssonAre You Gonna Go My Way (Lenny Kravitz)

Elimination[edit]

The two participants who received the fewest viewer votes had to sing a second time.
The person who is marked with a dark gray background had the lowest number of votes and was forced to leave Idol.

Lowest number of viewer votes
Nicklas Hocker Eddie Razaz

Week 4: Las Vegas[edit]

The fourth final week was broadcast on 30 October 2009. The contestants began the program singing Katy Perry's song Waking Up in Vegas with the jury member Andreas Carlsson; at the same time Laila Bagge was dancing with her dance partner Tobias Wallin from Let's Dance 2009.

  1. Tove Östman StyrkeMack the knife (Bobby Darin)
  2. Calle KristianssonIt's not unusual (Tom Jones)
  3. Reza Ningtyas LindhNew York City (Liza Minnelli)
  4. Eddie RazazCan't take my eyes of off you (Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons)
  5. Erika SelinSway (Perez Prado & Rosemary Clooney)
  6. Erik GrönwallYou don't have to say you love me (Dusty Springfield)
  7. Mariette HanssonYou to Me Are Everything (The Real Thing)
  8. Rabih JaberThat's amore (Dean Martin)

Elimination[edit]

The two participants who received the fewest viewer votes had to sing a second time.
The person who is marked with a dark gray background had the lowest number of votes and was forced to leave Idol.

Lowest number of viewer votes
Erika Selin Eddie Razaz

Week 5: Världens bästa låt[edit]

The fifth final week was broadcast on 6 November 2009.[14]

  1. Rabih JaberAll my life (K-Ci & JoJo)
  2. Mariette HanssonBecause the night (Bruce Springsteen)
  3. Reza Ningtyas LindhSummertime (Fantasia Barrino)
  4. Calle KristianssonWith a little help from my friends (Joe Cocker)
  5. Tove Östman StyrkeIn the ghetto (Elvis Presley)
  6. Eddie RazazIf you're not the one (Daniel Bedingfield)
  7. Erik GrönwallThe show must go on (Queen)

Elimination[edit]

The two participants who received the fewest viewer votes had to sing a second time.
The person who is marked with a dark gray background had the lowest number of votes and was forced to leave Idol.

Lowest number of viewer votes
Rabih Jaber Mariette Hansson

Week 6: Topplistan[edit]

The sixth final week was broadcast on 13 November 2009. This week the jury member Anders Bagge was ill, therefore he was replaced by the Ace of Base-member Ulf Ekberg.[15]

  1. Erik GrönwallBodies (Robbie Williams)
  2. Eddie RazazCurly Sue (Takida)
  3. Reza Ningtyas LindhHalo (Beyoncé)
  4. Calle KristianssonBad Day (Daniel Powter)
  5. Tove Östman StyrkeI Wish I was a Punkrocker (Sandi Thom)
  6. Mariette HanssonBleeding Love (Leona Lewis)
  1. Reza Ningtyas Lindh & Eddie RazazIf only You (Danny Saucedo & Therese Grankvist)
  2. Mariette Hansson & Calle KristianssonSomeone New (Eskobar & Heather Nova)
  3. Tove Östman Styrke & Erik GrönwallKids (Robbie Williams & Kylie Minogue)

Elimination[edit]

The two participants who received the fewest viewer votes had to sing a second time.
The person who is marked with a dark gray background had the lowest number of votes and was forced to leave Idol.

Lowest number of viewer votes
Eddie Razaz Reza Ningtyas Lindh

Week 7: Kärlek[edit]

The seventh final week was broadcast on 20 November 2009. This was the last week Idol 2009 was to be broadcast from the Idol Studio in Stockholm.

Song 1, tribute to the fans:

  1. Tove Östman StyrkeSweet Dreams (Eurythmics)
  2. Calle KristianssonTo Be with You (Mr. Big)
  3. Erik GrönwallMy Life Would Suck Without You (Kelly Clarkson)
  4. Reza Ningtyas LindhYou've Got a Friend (Carole King)
  5. Mariette HanssonGood Riddance (Time of Your Life) (Green Day)

Song 2, tribute to one or more relatives:

  1. Tove Östman StyrkeHimlen är oskyldigt blå (Ted Gärdestad)
  2. Calle KristianssonYour Song (Elton John)
  3. Erik GrönwallAlways (Bon Jovi)
  4. Reza Ningtyas LindhWhen I Need You (Leo Sayer, Céline Dion)
  5. Mariette HanssonÄngeln i rummet (Eva Dahlgren)

Elimination[edit]

The two participants who received the fewest viewer votes had to sing a second time.
The person who is marked with a dark gray background had the lowest number of votes and was forced to leave Idol.

Lowest number of viewer votes
Reza Ningtyas Lindh Erik Grönwall

Week 8: Arena[edit]

The eighth final week was to be broadcast on 27 November 2009 from Malmö Arena in Malmö.

Song 1:

  1. Calle KristianssonHungry Heart (Bruce Springsteen)
  2. Mariette HanssonLand of Confusion (Genesis)
  3. Tove Östman StyrkePride (U2)
  4. Erik GrönwallShout It Out Loud (Kiss)

Song 2:

  1. Calle KristianssonJumpin' Jack Flash (The Rolling Stones)
  2. Mariette HanssonYou're the Storm (The Cardigans)
  3. Tove Östman StyrkeSince You Been Gone (Russ Ballard, Head East, Rainbow)
  4. Erik GrönwallHey Jude (The Beatles)

Elimination[edit]

The two participants who received the fewest viewer votes had to sing a second time.
The person who is marked with a dark gray background had the lowest number of votes and was forced to leave Idol.

Lowest number of viewer votes
Mariette Hansson Calle Kristiansson

Week 9: Jury's Choice[edit]

The ninth final week was to be broadcast on 4 December 2009 from Scandinavium in Gothenburg.

Song 1:

  1. Calle KristianssonWalking in Memphis (Marc Cohn)
  2. Erik GrönwallHeaven (Bryan Adams)
  3. Tove Östman StyrkeCan't Get You Out of My Head (Kylie Minogue)

Song 2:

  1. Calle KristianssonDo Ya Think I'm Sexy (Rod Stewart)
  2. Erik GrönwallRun to the Hills (Iron Maiden)
  3. Tove Östman StyrkeThe Greatest Love of All (George Benson/Whitney Houston)

Elimination[edit]

The two participants who received the fewest viewer votes had to sing a second time.
The person who is marked with a dark gray background had the lowest number of votes and was forced to leave Idol.

Lowest number of viewer votes
Tove Östman Styrke Erik Grönwall

Week 10: The final[edit]

The tenth and last final week was to be broadcast on 11 December 2009 from Ericsson Globe in Stockholm. Former "Idol" winner Agnes was to attend the final to perform.[16]

Song 1:

  1. Calle KristianssonRock and roll (Led Zeppelin)
  2. Erik GrönwallThe final countdown (Europe)

Song 2:

  1. Calle KristianssonWith a little help from my friends (Joe Cocker)
  2. Erik GrönwallThe show must go on (Queen)

Song 3:

  1. Calle KristianssonHigher (Calle Kristiansson)
  2. Erik GrönwallHigher (Erik Grönwall)

Lists below the participant who received the largest number of viewer votes and thus won Idol 2009.

The Winner
Erik Grönwall

Elimination Chart[edit]

Legend
Did Not Perform Female Male Top 24 Wild Card Top 11 Winner
Safe Save Last Eliminated
Stage: Quarter Wild
Card
Semi Finals
Week: 09/28 09/29 09/30 10/1 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/4 12/11
Place Contestant Result
1 Erik Grönwall Top 12 Btm 2 Btm 2 Winner
2 Calle Kristiansson Top 12 Btm 2 Runner-up
3 Tove Östman Styrke Top 12 Elim
4 Mariette Hansson Top 12 Btm 2 Elim
5 Reza Ningtyas Lindh Elim Top 12 Btm 2 Elim
6 Eddie Razaz Elim Top 12 Btm 2 Btm 2 Btm 2 Elim
7 Rabih Jaber Top 12 Elim
8 Erika Selin Top 12 Elim
9 Nicklas Hocker Elim Top 12 Btm 2 Elim
10 Camilla Håkansson Elim Top 12 Elim
11 Karolina Brånsgård Top 12 Elim
12 Jon Sidenius Top 12 Elim
Heat 4 Nicole Walles Elim
Heat 3 Carl Chapal Elim
Patrik Öhlund
Rasmus Ingdahl
Heat 2 Clara Hagman Elim
Moa Carlebecker
Sabina Täcl
Heat 1 Andreas Johansson Elim

Idol 2009 album[edit]

Det bästa från Idol 2009 (The Best from Idol 2009) is a sampling Swedish Idol 2009 shows.

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