We may not get to see our 2020 favourites take to the stage, but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce on our Eurovision favourites. This series is aimed to discover the team’s favourite entries from the 21st century, from 2001 to 2019.
When she heard that Eurovision 2020 would not take place, Ulrikke Brandstorp was heartbroken. She immediately announced that she would not take part in MGP 2021. So what now for Norway?
Ulrikke Brandstorp has won the Grand Final of Melodi Grand Prix in Norway. With her classical ballad “Attention”, written by Mørland (ESC 2015), she beat surprise runner-up Kristin Husøy in the superfinal by a very small margin.
According to the bookmakers, Ulrikke Brandstorp and her song ‘Attention’ will win the grand final of Melodi Grand Prix 2020 in Norway this Saturday. In this preview we look ahead to the closing show in Norway of this weekend.
Liza Vassilieva has won the fifth heat of Melodi Grand Prix in Norway and therefore is the last qualifier for next week’s grand final. The song ‘I am gay’ will join the other four qualifiers and direct qualified songs next Saturday for the conclusion of [read more…]
Magnus Bokn has qualified tonight during the fourth semi-final of Norway’s national selection: Melodi Grand Prix 2020. Magnus’s song is entitled “Over The Sea” and is co-written by Eurovision-winner Alexander Rybak (2009, 2018) alongside Norway representative JOWST (2017). Bokn is the second-last to qualify for [read more…]
Kristin Husøy qualified tonight’s third semi-final during Norway’s national selection: Melodi Grand Prix 2020. She is the penultimate qualifier to the national final. She qualified with the entry, “Pray for Me”.
Rein Alexander has joined the five automatic finalists and qualifier Raylee for the final of MGP 2020. Rein Alexander and the song ‘One Last Time’ qualified from the second semi final in Norway on Saturday night.
Raylee has joined the five automatic finalists for the final of MGP 2020. Raylee and her song ‘Wild’ qualified from the first semi final in Norway on Saturday night.
Norwegian broadcaster NRK have announced the first nine participants of Melodi Grand Prix 2020. The broadcaster has selected five of the artists to automatically qualify to the final, while another four artists will compete in the first semi-final.