Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1992

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Eurovision Song Contest 1992
Country Sweden
National selection
Selection processMelodifestivalen 1992
Selection date(s)14 March 1992
Selected entrantChrister Björkman
Selected song"I morgon är en annan dag"
Finals performance
Final result22nd, 9 points
Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1991 1992 1993►

After Carola Häggkvist's win in the 1991 contest, Sweden was the host of the Eurovision Song Contest 1992, held in Malmö. Sveriges Television, the Swedish broadcaster, continued to use the Melodifestivalen format to select their entry.

Christer Björkman represented the country with the song "I morgon är en annan dag", composed by Niklas Strömstedt.

Before Eurovision[edit]

Melodifestivalen 1992[edit]

The final was held on 14 March 1992, where ten artists from the 1,544 songs submitted competed to sing for the host country at Eurovision. The winner was "I morgon är en annan dag" performed by Christer Björkman.

First Round – 14 March 1992
Draw Artist Song Result
1 Angel "Venus Butterfly" Eliminated
2 Thérèse Löf "Ingenting går som man vill" Eliminated
3 Christer Björkman "I morgon är en annan dag" Advanced
4 Anna Nederdal "Ingen annan än du" Eliminated
5 Lizette Pålsson & Bizazz "Som om himlen brann" Advanced
6 Shanes "Upp, flyger vi, upp" Eliminated
7 Py Bäckman "Långt härifrån" Advanced
8 Maria Rådsten "Vad som än händer" Advanced
9 Kikki Danielsson "En enda gång" Eliminated
10 Lena Pålsson & Wizex "Jag kan se en ängel" Eliminated
Second Round – 14 March 1992
Draw Artist Song Points Place
1 Christer Björkman "I morgon är en annan dag" 64 1
2 Lizette Pålsson & Bizazz "Som om himlen brann" 59 2
3 Py Bäckman "Långt härifrån" 33 5
4 Maria Rådsten "Vad som än händer" 41 3
5 Kikki Danielsson "En enda gång" 34 4

At Eurovision[edit]

Björkman sang 7th on the night of the contest, following France and preceding Portugal. Björkman could not, however, repeat Carola's success of the previous year, picking up 9 points and placing 22nd of 23 countries.[1]

Voting[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Final of Malmö 1992". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 18 April 2021. Retrieved 18 April 2021.
  2. ^ a b "Results of the Final of Malmö 1992". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 18 April 2021. Retrieved 18 April 2021.

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