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Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1995


Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1995

Eurovision Song Contest 1995
Country  Sweden
National selection
Selection process Melodifestivalen 1995
Selection date(s) 24 February 1995
Selected entrant Jan Johansen
Selected song "Se på mej"
Finals performance
Final result 3rd, 100 points
Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1994 1995 1996►

Sweden's entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1995, held in Dublin, Ireland, was decided through the Swedish pre-selection Melodifestivalen. Melodifestivalen 1995 was held on 24 February, where 10 songs were performed. The winner, decided by 11 regional juries, was Jan Johansen with the song "Se på mej" (Look At Me). The song was composed by Bobby Ljunggren, Håkan Almqvist and Ingela Forsman.

On the night of the contest Johnasen performed 18th, following Cyprus and following Denmark. One of the favourites to win, it finished in 3rd place with 100 points.


  • Melodifestivalen 1995 1
  • At Eurovision 2
    • Points Awarded by Sweden 2.1
    • Points awarded to Sweden 2.2

Melodifestivalen 1995

For the full results, see Melodifestivalen 1995.
Draw Artist Song Points Place
1 Ulrika Bornemark and Göran Rudbo "Jag tror på dig" - -
2 Jessica G. Pilnäs "Jag ger dig allt" 45 3rd
3 Paula Åkesdotter-Jarl "On du inte tror mig" 31 4th
4 Jan Johansen "Se på mej" 64 1st
5 Björn Hedström "Du är drömmen jag drömt" - -
6 Arvingarna "Bo Diddley" - -
7 Tina Leijonberg and Monica Silverstrand "Himmel på vår jord" - -
8 Nick Borgen "Joanna" - -
9 Cecilia Vennersten "Det vackraste" 61 2nd
10 Lasse Lindbom, Janne Bark,
Michael Stolt and Simon Ådahl
"Följ dina drömmar" 30 5th

At Eurovision

Points Awarded by Sweden

12 points  Denmark
10 points  Ireland
8 points  Cyprus
7 points  Slovenia
6 points  Iceland
5 points  United Kingdom
4 points  Austria
3 points  France
2 points  Israel
1 point  Malta

Points awarded to Sweden

Points Awarded to Sweden
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point
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