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Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1994

Eurovision Song Contest 1994
Country  Sweden
National selection
Selection process Melodifestivalen 1994
Selection date(s) 12 March 1994
Selected entrant Marie Bergman
and Roger Pontare
Selected song "Stjärnorna"
Finals performance
Final result 13th, 48 points
Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1993 1994 1995►

Sweden entered the Eurovision Song Contest, held in Dublin, Ireland. Sveriges Television continued to use the Melodifestivalen contest to select the Swedish entry. Melodifestivalen 1994 was held on 12 March 1994, where the winner was decided by 11 regional juries.

The winner was "Stjärnorna" (The Stars), sung by Marie Bergman and Roger Pontare.

Berrgman and Pontare opened the contest, singing 1st of 25 countries, preceding Finland. At the close of the voting they had received 48 points, placing 13th.

Melodifestivalen 1994

For the full results, see Melodifestivalen 1994.
Draw Artist Song Points Place
1 Tina Röklander "Kom och dela min hemlighet" 21 4th
2 Nick Borgen "Små minnen av dig" 21 4th
3 Perikles "Vill du resa til månen med mig" - -
4 Gladys del Pilar "Det vackraste jag vet" 62 2nd
5 Tiffany "Håll om mig ikväll" - -
6 Marie Bergman and Roger Pontare "Stjärnorna" 66 1st
7 Carina and Michael Jaarnek "Det är aldrig för sent" - -
8 Jonny Lindé "Jag stannar hos dig" - -
9 Jan Höglund "Kärlekens vind" - -
10 Cayenne "Stanna hos mig" 61 3rd
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