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In 2007, Måns took a part in Melodifestival with his song Cara Mia. Even if he didn’t win, Måns ended up in 3rd place and Cara Mia hit the charts in Sweden becoming first in charts positions.
In 2009, Måns tried his chance on Melodifestivalen again with Hope & Glory as entry. He ended up 4th but his song (lead single for MZW album) hit the charts in Sweden (2nd in charts).
In 2010, Måns hosted the show and after a pause, he returned in Melodifestival again with Heroes and won his place to be the swedish entry for Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Vienna.
Måns past the semifinale and during the finale in Vienna on May 23rd, 2015, Måns won with 365 points ahead of Russia with 303 points and Italy (292 points).
As a beloved winner and tv host in Sweden, it was not a surprise Måns hosted Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm in May 2016 with co-host Petra Mede. Watch bellow some of Måns’ performances during semifinales and finale.
Opening act – Heroes (semifinale)
Peace Peace Love Love feat. Petra Mede
Opening review (Story of ESC) feat. Petra Mede
Fire in the Rain/Heroes (finale)
In 2017, Måns was in Stockholm to comment ESC for swedish TV while the show was in Ukraine. Also, here a little video aired during the finale. Måns played on a sketch with ukrainian co-hosts about « how to be the perfect Eurovision host ».
And here a little video with french entry, Alma, singing together Requiem (French Song for ESC 2017) and Hanging on to Nothing.
In 2018, Måns took a part of Eurovision: You Decide, the UK selections for Eurovision 2018. He co-hosted the show with Mel Gieodryc. He sang an ABBA medley with Lucie Jones, the winner of You Decide 2017 and shot a little video about him visting Brighton, where the show took place on February 7th, 2018. Måns also broke Twitter this night, making a joke about Brexit. Here are videos from the night: