Junior: @lek to represent Norway

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The first 2004 Junior Eurovision Song Contest representative has been chosen. In Norway, 15-year-old @lek won Melodi Grand Prix Junior 2004 with his song En stjerne skal jeg bli, which translates literally as 'I'm going to be a star'.

@lek, in real life Aleksander Moberg, will represent Norway with his song En stjerne skal jeg bli at the second Junior Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Zagreb, Croatia. In a final with 10 participants selected out of 452 submitted songs, the 15-year-old boy from Drammen first succeded in qualifying for the super final and then won over the three left competitors.

1. 24 765 votes: @lek – En stjerne skal jeg bli
2. 24 181 votes: Summerboys – Det var sommer (It was summer)
3. 16 188 votes: Cee Jays – Hør på oss (Listen to us)
4. 13 285 votes: Hanne Merete – Her for deg (Here for you)

En stjerne skal jeg bli is about @lek's desire to become a pop star. He wrote it to be different from all other songs that, according to him, always talk about love. @lek likes pop and techno and saw in Melodi Grand Prix Junior 2004 a great possibility to convince everyone of his singing talents.

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