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Melodifestivalen 2002 was the selection for the 42nd song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was the 41st time that this system of picking a song had been used. Five semi-finals had taken place to select the ten songs for the final, in Växjö, Norrköping, Sundsvall, Falun and a Second Chance round in Stockholm. The final was broadcast on SVT1 and Sveriges Radio's P4 network. The introduction of the semi-finals and the allowance of songs in English resulted in a marked increase in voters. The final was watched by 3,720,000 people, with 926,318 votes cast in the final.

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  • El Melodifestivalen 2002 pasó a convertirse en una serie de cuatro semifinales celebradas en cuatro ciudades diferentes con una gran final en Estocolmo. En cada semi-final, dos canciones pasaban directamente a la final. La tercera y cuarta clasificada, pasaban a una ronda donde serían elegidas por un jurado compuesto por personalidades del mundo de la música. Otra novedad fue la posibilidad de cantar en un idioma que no fuera sueco. Los presentadores de todas las semifinales, así como de la gran final, fueron Kristin Kaspersen y Claes Åkesson. Se recibieron más de 1.830 canciones, de las que finalmente se seleccionaron 32. (es)
  • Melodifestivalen 2002 was the selection for the 42nd song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was the 41st time that this system of picking a song had been used. Five semi-finals had taken place to select the ten songs for the final, in Växjö, Norrköping, Sundsvall, Falun and a Second Chance round in Stockholm. The final was broadcast on SVT1 and Sveriges Radio's P4 network. The introduction of the semi-finals and the allowance of songs in English resulted in a marked increase in voters. The final was watched by 3,720,000 people, with 926,318 votes cast in the final. (en)
  • Melodifestivalen 2002 var den 42:a upplagan av Melodifestivalen tillika Sveriges uttagning till Eurovision Song Contest 2002, som detta år arrangerades i Tallinn, Estland. Tävlingen utgjordes av en turné bestående av fyra deltävlingar à åtta bidrag, uppsamlingsheatet Vinnarnas val och slutligen en final där vinnaren, ”Never Let It Go” med Afro-Dite, korades. (sv)
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  • Melodifestivalen 2002 was the selection for the 42nd song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was the 41st time that this system of picking a song had been used. Five semi-finals had taken place to select the ten songs for the final, in Växjö, Norrköping, Sundsvall, Falun and a Second Chance round in Stockholm. The final was broadcast on SVT1 and Sveriges Radio's P4 network. The introduction of the semi-finals and the allowance of songs in English resulted in a marked increase in voters. The final was watched by 3,720,000 people, with 926,318 votes cast in the final. (en)
  • Melodifestivalen 2002 var den 42:a upplagan av Melodifestivalen tillika Sveriges uttagning till Eurovision Song Contest 2002, som detta år arrangerades i Tallinn, Estland. Tävlingen utgjordes av en turné bestående av fyra deltävlingar à åtta bidrag, uppsamlingsheatet Vinnarnas val och slutligen en final där vinnaren, ”Never Let It Go” med Afro-Dite, korades. (sv)
  • El Melodifestivalen 2002 pasó a convertirse en una serie de cuatro semifinales celebradas en cuatro ciudades diferentes con una gran final en Estocolmo. En cada semi-final, dos canciones pasaban directamente a la final. La tercera y cuarta clasificada, pasaban a una ronda donde serían elegidas por un jurado compuesto por personalidades del mundo de la música. Otra novedad fue la posibilidad de cantar en un idioma que no fuera sueco. Los presentadores de todas las semifinales, así como de la gran final, fueron Kristin Kaspersen y Claes Åkesson. (es)
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