Dashes old man did his job, more secure card than Loreen and tidy and smartly dressed. Mans Zelmerlöw get lots of praise for her performance in the ESC’s second semi-final of the Swedish newspapers. Foreign media, however frugal with comments.
On Thursday evening took Mans Zelmerlöw not surprisingly Sweden to the final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna with her song Heroes . GP’s Jan Andersson writes in his chronicle that Måns did their job with a winning mark. “Not only with the usual charm and infectious smile, but also with one of TASK safest voices and with the most attractive number”, he thinks.
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Aftonbladet notes that Måns Zelmerlöw is a better bet than Loreen in Baku: “The song, artist, stage design – everything is much clearer and more colorful, like columnist Mark Larsson and said that the Swede’s semi-batch was three minutes long show.
Expressen review of the artist’s clothes with four wasps and claim that the simpler costumes with leather pants and sweater went more to come on TV than both glitz and glamor .
Foreign media do not devote as much attention to Mans Zelmerlöw on Friday. For example, says the BBC briefly on Twitter: “Oh, Sweden. Very strong. “The Australian The Sydney Morning Herald has Mans Zelmerlöw as one of his six favorites.
Mans Zelmerlöw is also the players favorite – in Sweden and Norway. After the successful emergence decreased the odds further at Betsson. On Friday morning, half of all bets placed on the Swedish contribution. In addition, played 45 percent of Norwegians on men’s winner. Only 20 per cent played in its own Norwegian contribution. The current odds were 2:40 at eleven o’clock in the morning, that is, a played hundred of the Swede as the winner offers SEK 240 in the Swedish victory.
After singing home final scene was Måns Zelmerlöw yourself happy and welcomed by Melodifestivalen Instagram account, “It felt svinbra. Good energy and I felt that I was there.
In Saturday’s ESC finals start Mans Zelmerlöw as the tenth grant. Total compete 27 countries.