Idol 2011 (Sweden)

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Idol
Season 8
Broadcast from 4 September 2011 – 9 December 2011
Judges Anders Bagge
Laila Bagge Wahlgren
Alexander Bard
Pelle Lidell.
Host(s) Pär Lernström
Broadcaster TV4
Finals venue Ericsson Globe
Winner:
Amanda Fondell
Song "All this Way"
Runner-up
Robin Stjernberg
Chronology
2011

Idol 2011 was the Swedish Idol series' eight season and premiered on TV4 on September 4, 2011.[1] Pär Lernström was the new host of the series, after Peter Jihde declined to return as host after Idol 2010. Two of the judges from earlier year returned, namely Anders Bagge and Laila Bagge Wahlgren, were joined in with two new judges, Alexander Bard and Pelle Lidell.

Winner of season eight was Amanda Fondell with Robin Stjernberg as first runner-up and Moa Lignell as second runner-up. Following the completion of this season, TV4 decided to put Idol on indefinite hiatus.[2] In January 2013, TV4 announced that Idol would return in 2013.[3]

Quarter-Finals[edit]

Quarter-Final 1[edit]

Original Airdate
26 September 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Robin Stjernberg "Breakeven" (The Script) Top 12
2
Leonard Löfstrand "Save the World" (Swedish House Mafia) Eliminated
3
Jafet Samson "With You" (Chris Brown) Eliminated
4
Hampus Engelhardt "You Found Me" (The Fray) Eliminated
5
Maikel Yüksel "Moves Like Jagger" (Maroon 5) Top 12

Quarter-Final 2[edit]

Original Airdate
27 September 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Amanda Fondell "Womanizer" (Britney Spears) Top 12
2
Frida Josefsson "Hide Your Heart" (Kiss) Eliminated
3
Amanda Persson "Decode" (Paramore) Wild Card
4
Denise Azemi Brasjö "Someone Like You" (Adele) Wild Card
5
Moa Lignell "Price Tag" (Jessie J) Top 12

Quarter-Final 3[edit]

Original Airdate
28 September 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Tony Weseth "In Love with a Girl" (Gavin Degraw) Eliminated
2
Mikael Fogelberg "Heartbeats" (The Knife) Eliminated
3
Emil Elton "Dum Av Dig" (Daniel Adams-Ray) Wild Card
4
André Zuniga-Asplund "No Woman No Cry" (Bob Marley) Top 12
5
Olle Hammar "The Man Who Can't Be Moved" (The Script) Top 12

Quarter-Final 4[edit]

Original Airdate
29 September 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Dourina Arhzaf "Fighter" (Christina Aguilera) Eliminated
2
Linna Barresjö "The Edge of Glory" (Lady Gaga) Top 12
3
Roshana Hoss "My Heart is Refusing Me" (Loreen) Wild Card
4
Magdalena Reis "I Have Nothing" (Whitney Houston) Eliminated
5
Molly Pettersson Hammar "A Woman's Worth" (Alicia Keys) Top 12

Semi-Final[edit]

Original Airdate
30 September
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Molly Pettersson Hammar "Where the Streets Have No Name" (U2) Safe
2
André Zuniga-Asplund "Closer" (Ne-Yo) Safe
3
Roshana Hoss "Separate Ways" (Journey) Safe
4
Maikel Yüksel "Carrie" (Europe) Eliminated
5
Robin Stjernberg "Animal" (Neon Trees) Safe
6
Amanda Persson "Empire State of Mind" (Alicia Keys) Safe
7
Olle Hammar "The Scientist" (Coldplay) Safe
8
Amanda Fondell "Hey Ya" (OutKast) Safe
9
Denise Azemi Brasjö "Carry You Home" (James Blunt) Safe
10
Moa Lignell "Make You Feel My Love" (Bob Dylan) Safe
11
Linna Barresjö "She Will Be Loved" (Maroon 5) Safe
12
Emil Elton "Isn't She Lovely" (Stevie Wonder) Safe

Finals[edit]

Finalists[edit]

(ages stated at time of contest)

Contestant Age Hometown Voted Off Spectacular Theme
Amanda Fondell 17 Linderöd Winner Finale
Robin Stjernberg 20 Furuboda Dec 9, 2011
Moa Lignell 17 Alingsås Dec 2, 2011 Judge's Choice
Molly Pettersson Hammar 15 Stockholm Nov 25, 2011 Love Songs
Amanda Persson 15 Erkö Nov 18, 2011 My Breakthrough
André Zuniga-Asplund 17 Uppsala Nov 11, 2011 Motown
Olle Hammar 15 Stockholm Nov 4, 2011 Audition Song
Linna Barresjö 16 Rimbo Oct 28, 2011 Big Band
Emil Elton 16 Askim Oct 21, 2011 Hits from Superstars to Sweden
Denise Brasjö Azem 17 Karlshamn Oct 14, 2011 Swedish Hits
Roshana Hoss 18 Stockholm Oct 7, 2011 Charts 2011

Top 11 – Charts 2011[edit]

Original Airdate
7 October 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
André Zuniga-Asplund "The Lazy Song" (Bruno Mars) Safe
2
Linna Barresjö "What Are Words" (Chris Medina) Safe
3
Roshana Hoss "Call Your Girlfriend" (Robyn) Eliminated
4
Emil Elton "Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall" (Coldplay) Safe
5
Amanda Fondell "Made of" (Nause) Safe
6
Denise Azemi Brasjö "The Moment I Met You" (Vincent Pontare) Bottom two
7
Olle Hammar "Highway Man" (Hoffmaestro & Chraa) Safe
8
Moa Lignell "Fuckin' Perfect" (Pink) Safe
9
Robin Stjernberg "California King Bed" (Rihanna) Safe
10
Molly Pettersson Hammar "Set Fire to the Rain" (Adele) Safe
11
Amanda Persson "Without You" (David Guetta ft. Usher) Safe

Top 10 – Swedish Hits[edit]

Original Airdate
14 October 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Moa Lignell "Vem Ska Jag Tro På" (Thomas DiLeva) Safe
2
Denise Azemi Brasjö "Från Och Med Du" (Oskar Linnros) Eliminated
3
Olle Hammar "17 år" (Veronica Maggio) Bottom two
4
Linna Barresjö "Om Sanningen Ska Fram " (Eric Amarillo) Safe
5
Amanda Persson "Utan Dina Andetag" (Kent) Safe
6
Robin Stjernberg "Alla Vill Till Himmelen Men Ingen Vill Dö" (Timbuktu) Safe
7
Molly Pettersson Hammar "Satan I Gatan" (Veronica Maggio) Safe
8
André Zuniga-Asplund "Lilla Lady" (Daniel Adams-Ray) Safe
9
Amanda Fondell "Det Hon Vill Ha" (Plura) Safe
10
Emil Elton "Jag Är En Vampyr" (Markus Krunegård) Safe

Top 9 – Hits from Superstar to Sweden[edit]

Original Airdate
21 October 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Amanda Fondell "Jolene" (Dolly Parton) Safe
2
Emil Elton "Cry Me A River" (Justin Timberlake) Eliminated
3
Linna Barresjö "Angels" (Robbie Williams) Safe
4
Molly Pettersson Hammar "Only Girl (In The World)" (Rihanna) Safe
5
André Zuniga-Asplund "Tiny Dancer" (Elton John) Safe
6
Amanda Persson "Heroes" (David Bowie) Bottom two
7
Robin Stjernberg "Halo" (Beyoncé) Safe
8
Olle Hammar "Beat It" (Michael Jackson) Safe
9
Moa Lignell "Superstition" (Stevie Wonder) Safe

Top 8 – Big Band[edit]

Original Airdate
28 October 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Molly Pettersson Hammar "Natural Woman" (Aretha Franklin) Safe
2
Linna Barresjö "Dark Lady" (Cher) Eliminated
3
Robin Stjernberg "When a Man Loves a Woman" (Percy Sledge) Safe
4
André Zuniga-Asplund "Oh! Carol" (Neil Sedaka) Bottom two
5
Moa Lignell "Dream a Little Dream of Me" (Mamas and the Papas) Safe
6
Olle Hammar "Back to Black" (Amy Winehouse) Safe
7
Amanda Fondell "I've Got a Woman" (Ray Charles) Safe
8
Amanda Persson "Fever" (Peggy Lee) Safe

Top 7 – Audition Song[edit]

Original Airdate
4 November 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Olle Hammar "Feeling Good" (Michael Bublé) Eliminated
2
Amanda Fondell "My Man" (Miss Li) Safe
3
André Zuniga-Asplund "Here I Come" / "Från Och Med Du" (Barrington Levy / Oskar Linnros) Safe
4
Amanda Persson "Keep On Walking" (Salem Al Fakir) Bottom two
5
Robin Stjernberg "Who You Are" (Jessie J) Safe
6
Molly Pettersson Hammar "White Light Moment" (Tove Styrke) Safe
7
Moa Lignell "When I Held ya" (Moa Lignell) Safe

Top 6 – Motown[edit]

Original Airdate
11 November 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Amanda Persson "I'm Coming Out" (Diana Ross) Bottom two
2
André Zuniga-Asplund "My Girl" (The Temptations) Eliminated
3
Moa Lignell "You Can't Hurry Love" (The Supremes) Safe
4
Amanda Fondell "Please Mr. Postman" (The Marvelettes) Safe
5
Robin Stjernberg "Reach Out, I'll Be There" (The Four Tops) Safe
6
Molly Pettersson Hammar "Nowhere to Run" (Martha and the Vandellas) Safe

Top 5 – My Breakthrough[edit]

Original Airdate
18 November 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Robin Stjernberg "Bohemian Rhapsody" (Queen) Safe
"Pride (In the Name of Love)" (U2)
2
Amanda Fondell "Piece of My Heart" (Janis Joplin) Bottom two
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" (Rolling Stones)
3
Molly Petterson Hammar "Mama Knows Best" (Jessie J) Safe
"Listen" (Beyoncé Knowles)
4
Amanda Persson "Since U Been Gone" (Kelly Clarkson) Eliminated
"No One" (Alicia Keys)
5
Moa Lignell "Go Your Own Way" (Fleetwood Mac) Safe
"Fields Of Gold" (Sting)

Top 4 – Love Songs[edit]

Original Airdate
25 November 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Molly Petterson Hammar "Titanium" (David Guetta ft. Sia) Eliminated
"If I Ain't Got You" (Alicia Keys)
2
Moa Lignell "Nothing Compares 2 U" (Sinéad O'Connor) Safe
"Carry You Home" (James Blunt)
3
Amanda Fondell "Fire" (Bruce Springsteen) Bottom two
"True Colors" (Cyndi Lauper)
4
Robin Stjernberg "Let Me Entertain You" (Robbie Williams) Safe
"You Raise Me Up" (Josh Groban)

Top 3 – Judge's Choice[edit]

Original Airdate
2 December 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Robin Stjernberg "Dedication to My Ex (Miss That)" (Lloyd) Safe
"Love Is Gone" (David Guetta & Chris Willis)
2
Moa Lignell "Torn" (Natalie Imbruglia) Eliminated
"Wherever You Will Go" (The Calling)
3
Amanda Fondell "It's Oh So Quiet" (Björk) Bottom two
"Raise Your Glass" (Pink)

Top 2 – Finale[edit]

Original Airdate
9 December 2011
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result Voting %
1
Robin Stjernberg "In My Head" (Jason Derulo) Runner-Up 48%
"Halo" (Beyoncé Knowles)
"All This Way" (Winner's Single)
2
Amanda Fondell "Song 2" (Blur) Winner 52%
"Made Of" (Nause)
"All This Way" (Winner's Single)

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: 09/26 09/27 09/28 09/29 09/30 10/07 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/04 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/02 12/09
Place Contestant Result
1 Amanda Fondell Top 12 Btm 2 Btm 2 Btm 2 Winner
2 Robin Stjernberg Top 12 Runner-Up
3 Moa Lignell Top 12 Elim
4 Molly Pettersson Hammar Top 12 Elim
5 Amanda Persson Elim JC Btm 2 Btm 2 Btm 2 Elim
6 André Zuniga-Asplund Top 12 Btm 2 Elim
7 Olle Hammar Top 12 Btm 2 Elim
8 Linna Barresjö Top 12 Elim
9 Emil Elton Elim JC Elim
10 Denise Azemi Brasjö Elim JC Btm 2 Elim
11 Roshana Hoss Elim JC Elim
12 Maikel Yüksel Top 12 Elim
Quarter-
Final 4
Dounia Arhzaf Elim
Madgalena Reise
Quarter-
Final 3
Mikael Fogelberg Elim
Tony Weseth
Quarter-
Final 2
Frida Josefsson Elim
Quarter-
Final 1
Hampus Engelhardt Elim
Jafet Samson
Leonard Löfstrand

References[edit]

  1. ^ Idol. "Idol". tv4.se. Retrieved 2012-08-12. 
  2. ^ "Nu skrotas "Idol"" (in Swedish). Aftonbladet. 2011-10-29. Retrieved 2011-10-29. 
  3. ^ Henriksson, Sally (2013-01-15). "TV 4 tar tillbaka "Idol" i höst". Aftonbladet (in Swedish). Retrieved 2013-07-26.