According to leading news daily Aftonbladet, Eric Saade will be the eighth to perform in the semi final on May 12. This is the same starting number as Abba and Carola who both the ESC. Lots were drawn earlier this week, giving Saade this nice surprise.
Eric Saade might be “Popular” in Sweden, but he needs to watch out for Kati Wolf of Hungary. Check out “What About My Dreams,” via Belgovision.com and you will find Céline Dion’s distant sister. Sounding like a mix between “Alive” and “I Drove All Night,” Wolf has the energy and power to seduce the audience and command the dance floor.
Do you remember Eric Saade’s ‘Popular’ from 2011? It came third in the final. The single peaked at No.76 in the UK on the back of the Eurovision success.
The two teenage heart throbs might fend off that they’re going head to head in the Melodifestivalen final, but the sales chart says otherwise. Eric Saade’s “Popular” vaults into No.1 on the singles tally, while Danny Saucedo’s “In the Club” leapfrogs 29-2 in its second week. According to the Swedish news daily Aftonbladet, Saade says that Sara Varga is a fierce competitor in Saturday’s final.