Norway: Margaret Berger in Top10 songs of the year

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Regional daily newspaper, Adresseavisen, has elected I feed you my love by Norwegian representative at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, Margaret Berger, the 8th best song of the year. Margaret Berger lost to Justin Timberlake who topped the chart with his hit single Mirrors, Kanye West, Daft Punk and Haim but reached higher than the 2013 pop sensation Lorde.

After the contest, I feed you my love reached the 4th spot in Norway and charted in several countries like Ireland, The Netherlands, the UK, Germany, Austria, Switzerland… making her entry, one of the most successful songs in the charts of this year’s competition.

Margaret Berger is currently touring in Norway and her next stops are in Bergen on Saturday, and Trondheim on the 21 December 2013 (home of the headquarters of the newspaper). Her next album, New Religion, is set for release in February next year.

The jury was made of Norwegian journalists:  Ole Jacob Hoel,Vegard Enlid, Sarah Winona Sortland, Martin Anfinsen, Kai Kristiansen, Terje Eidsvag, Yngvil Bjellaanes, Vegard  Smevoll and Alexander Øveras Karlsen.

Adresseavisen top 20:

  1. Justin Timberlake: Mirrors
  2. Kanye West: Black skinhead
  3. Emilie Nicolas: Pstereo
  4. Highasakite: Since last wednesday
  5. Daft Punk: Get lucky
  6. Haim: Falling
  7. Truls: Out of yourself
  8. Margaret Berger: I feed you my love
  9. Conor Patrick & The Shooting Tsar Orchestra:Talk talk talk talk
  10. Drake: Started From the bottom
  11. Vampire Weekend: Step
  12. David Bowie: Where are we now?
  13. Arctic Monkeys: Do I wanna know
  14. Lorde: Royals
  15. Lars Vaular: Gary speed
  16. Foxygen: San Francisco
  17. Wannskrækk: Danse hele natta
  18. Hanne Kolstø: One plus one makes one out of two
  19. Low: Stay
  20. 20: Jonathan Wilson: Love to love

Margaret Berger represented Norway at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest and reached an impressive 4th place with her song I feed you my love.

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