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Melodivision Song Contest 4
Final date 9 June 2016
Host city Sofia Bulgaria.png Bulgaria
Broadcaster BRT
Entries 30
North Macedonia.png FYR Macedonia
Georgia.png Georgia
Ireland.png Ireland
Kosovo.png Kosovo
Scotland.png Scotland
Aland Islands.png Aland Islands
Albania.png Albania
Japan.png Japan
Russia.png Russia
Ukraine.png Ukraine
Andorra.png Andorra
Canada.png Canada
China.png China
Finland.png Finland
Latvia.png Latvia
Moldova.png Moldova
Puerto Rico.png Puerto Rico
Spain.png Spain
System Each country awarded 12, 10, 8-1 points to their 10 favorite songs
Winner Bulgaria.png Bulgaria
"Poli Genova"
Melodivision Song Contest
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Melodivision Song Contest 4, often referred as Melodivision 4, was the fourth edition of Melodivision Song Contest. Thirty countries participated in the fourth edition. The winner of the fourth edition was Belgium with the song "What's The Pressure" performed by Laura Tessoro, which scored 120 points, nine points over the runner-up Sweden. Georgia, United States and Germany completed the top 5.


Grand Final

Table key
     Second place
     Third place
Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
1 Bulgaria.png Bulgaria Malina feat Azis "Nay Krasivata" 22 29
2 Belgium.png Belgium Laura Tesoro "What's The Pressure" 1 120
3 Mexico.png Mexico Anahi "Rumba" 29 4
4 Estonia.png Estonia Kerli "Walking On Air" 17 34
5 France.png France Amir "Oasis" 11 60
6 Albania.png Albania Arilena "Aeroplan" 19 31
7 Germany.png Germany Lena "Beat To My Melody" 5 80
8 Kosovo.png Kosovo Adrijan Bujupi & Dalool "Ng Jena Njo" 30 2
9 USA.png United States Wiz Khalifa feat Charlie Puth "See You Again" 4 101
10 Netherlands.png The Netherlands Marco Borsato "Dichbij" 23 27
11 Norway.png Norway Mørland and Debrah Scarlett "A Monster Like Me" 7 78
12 Sweden.png Sweden Oscar Zia "Human" 2 111
13 UK.png United Kingdom Bastille "Things We Lost In The Fire" 20 31
14 Indonesia.png Indonesia The Temper Trap "Sweet Dispotition" 27 7
15 Ukraine.png Ukraine Zlata Ognyevich "Gravity" 15 54
16 Japan.png Japan Namie Amuro "Mint" 28 6
17 Georgia.png Georgia Tamta "Sagapao" 3 104
18 Italy.png Italy Laura Marano "Boombox" 6 78
19 Denmark.png Denmark Eurythmics "Sweet Dreams" 8 73
20 Poland.png Poland Sarsa "Naucz Mne" 10 69
21 Russia.png Russia Sati Kazanova "Radost Privet" 21 29
22 Greece.png Greece Ilias Vrettos "Otan Mei Koitas" 12 60
23 Ireland.png Ireland Nicky Byrne "Sunlight" 25 17
24 Kazakhstan.png Kazakhstan Zhanar Dugalova "Aita Bersin" 26 14
25 Armenia.png Armenia Sirusho "Mi Togh Indz Menak" 24 25
26 Serbia.png Serbia Sanja Vučić "Unconditional Love" 16 41
27 North Macedonia.png FYR Macedonia Kaliopi "Crno I Belo" 18 33
28 Scotland.png Scotland Elie Goulding "Outside" 13 60
29 Australia.png Australia Sia "Cheap Thrills" 9 70
30 Aland Islands.png Aland Islands Nick Jonas feat Tove Lo "Close" 14 55

Other Countries

Andorra.png Andorra After coming 22nd, Andorra withdrew to reconsider the future of the country in the contest
China.png China During the live show of the third edition, China censored a part of a song depicting something that goes against their tradition and beliefs (not specified by the Chinese broadcaster). As a responce, the MBU decided to not allow China to participate in the forth edition.
Moldova.png Moldova Moldova withdrew due to a lack of funding.
Puerto Rico.png Puerto Rico Due to a lack of support from the United States, Puerto Rico was not allowed to compete.
San Marino.png San Marino San Marino originally intended to return to the contest in edition 4, but decided not to participate due to a lack of public interest.
Turkey.png Turkey An edition later, Turkey announced that similarly to China, they withdrew due to the "explicit" content provided in the show. "We cannot allow our children to watch these gays and trans bearded ladies." said president Erdogan. He also added:"Until the voting system is fixed we will not return."
Vatican City.png Vatican City

Rumors appeared that the Pope himself would represent the country in the contest, but those claims were proven fake when it was revealed that the Vatican City didn't confirm their participation in the edition 4.

Zimbabwe.png Zimbabwe Zimbabwe preconfirmed their participation in the fourth edition, but withdrew due to a lack of funding and interest in the project.

The following countries withdrew without specifying the reasons for their withdrawal:
Canada.png Canada
Finland.png Finland
Latvia.png Latvia
Spain.png Spain