🇳🇴 Melodi Grand Prix Semi-Final 1 Running Order revealed

🇳🇴 Melodi Grand Prix Semi-Final 1 Running Order revealed

It is only a couple of days until Melodi Grand Prix 2023 gets underway. Before that Norwegian broadcaster, NRK has revealed the running order for Melodi Grand Prix 2023’s first heat.

Melodi Grand Prix Semi-Final 1 Running Order

Below you can see the running order for Saturday night’s show.

Running OrderArtistSong TitleSongwriters
1Alessandra Mele“Queen Of The Kings”Henning Olerud, Stanley Ferdinandez, Alessandra Mele, Linda Dale
2Eirik Næss“Wave”Viktor Ljungqvist, Amalie Olsen, Erik Næss
3Rasmus Thall“TRESKO”Rasmus Thallaug, Farida Benounis, Robin Helmersen
4Kate Gulbrandsen“Tårer i paradis”Kjetil Mørland, Kate Gulbrandsen
5Umami Tsunami“Geronimo”Torgeir Ryssevik, Carl-Henrik Wahl, Bjørn Olav Edvardsen, Sindre Jenssen, Lasse Nymann, Kristian Lund
6Ulrikke Brandstorp“Honestly”Jim Bergsted, Helge Moen, Ben Adams, Ulrikke Brandstorp, Joshua Oliver, Christoffer Gunnestad
7Byron Williams Jr & JOWSTFreaky For The WeekendByron Williams Jr., Joachim With Steen

You are now able to listen to listen to the entries by following our Spotify playlist, which we will be updating on a weekly basis.

Melodi Grand Prix 2023

Melodi Grand Prix 2023 will consist of 3 semi-finals of 7 artists. In each semi-final, the three artists with the most votes will advance to the final taking place on the 4th of February. Additionally, there will be a second chance show where one lucky artist who did not qualify from their original show will advance to the final. The final, this year, reintroduces the juries, and will be combined 50% with the public for the final result. Arian Engebø and Stian “Staysman” Thorbjørnsen will be the hosts for all four shows. 

Norway’s Eurovision Journey 

The Scandinavian nation made its debut in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1960, with Nora Brockstedt and the song “Voi Voi”, which placed 4th. Since their debut, they have participated 60 times, and made the grand final 57 of these. In addition, Norway has won the competition three times (1985, 1995, and 2009).

Norway’s latest Eurovision participation saw them being represented by Subwoolfer with the song “Give That Wolf a Banana”. During their participation, Norway placed 10th in the grand final, receiving 182 points from the jury and televoters.

Are you looking forward to MGP 2023? Who do you want to see represent Norway at the Eurovision Song Contest? As always, let us know what you think by commenting below. In addition, be sure to follow ‘THAT Eurovision Site’ on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok for all things MGP.

News Source: NRK

Photo Credit: Julia Marie Naglestad / NRK

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