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In the opening of the Second Chance round, he performed the Duran Duran song "A View to a Kill", and in the final he sang the Survivor song "Eye of the Tiger" with his fellow presenters.
In March 2013, Zelmerlöw revealed plans for his third studio album, Barcelona Sessions, unveiling a new single, "Broken Parts".
As a result, Zelmerlöw signed a record deal to release an solo album with M&L Records, a division of Warner Music Sweden.
On November 5, 2016, the French version of "Hanging on to Nothing" was released titled "Rien que nous deux" ("Only the two of us" in English).
Four singles were released from the album, all of which reached the top 50 in Sweden. He took part in the second semi-final on 14 February 2009, and again progressed to the final on 14 March at Globen.
In 2008, Zelmerlöw went back to the studio to work on his second solo album, MZW, which was released in late March 2009.
On the show, he said he did not think there was anything wrong with homosexuality, but that it is not natural biologically, since it does not lead to reproduction.
He later apologised repeatedly for his remarks, claiming that they were a miscommunication.
In 2017, Zelmerlöw was the co-commentator for SVT at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 alongside Edward af Sillén, Zelmerlöw also appeared in a sketch involving the three hosts; Oleksandr Skichko, Volodymyr Ostapchuk, and Timur Miroshnychenko.