Melodi Grand Prix 2021 continues tonight in Norway with its second semi-final scheduled to take place in Oslo this evening with 4 more acts battling for a spot in the Norwegian national final.
We are heading back to the Nordic shores of Norway tonight as the 2021 Norwegian national selection sees its second show take place.
Melodi Grand Prix 2021
Melodi Grand Prix 2021 will consist of seven shows (five semi-finals, a wild card show and a Grand Final) with a total of 26 acts battling for the golden ticket to Rotterdam.
A total of four acts will compete in each of the five semi-finals and only one act from each show will proceed to the Grand Final. Hence five acts will join the 6 pre-qualified acts and the wild card winner at the 2021 Melodi Grand Final scheduled to be held on 20 February. A total of 12 acts will compete at the 2021 MGP Grand Final.
MGP 2021 will be hosted by Kåre Magnus Bergh, Ingrid Gjessing Linhave and Ronny Brede.
The 2021 Norwegian Eurovision entry and act will be determined via a 100% audience vote deliberation.
The Pre-qualified acts
- TIX – Ut Av Mørket
- Atle Pettersen – World On Fire
- Stavangerkameratene – Bardndomsgater
- Kaja Rode – Feel Again
- Rein Alexander – Eyes Wide Open
- KEiiNO – Monument
How to watch?
You can watch the first semi-final of Melodi Grand Prix 2021 at 19:50 CET via the following channels:
- NRK 1
- NRK live webcast
- Raylee– Hero
- Maria Solheim– Nordlyset
- Daniel Owen– Psycho
- Ketil Stokkan– My life is OK
About the show
Tonight sees the second semi-final of Melodi Grand Prix 2021. A total of four acts will battle for the golden ticket to the Grand Final. During the show the four candidates will partake in a duel, hence two duels will take place. The winner of each duel will proceed to the Gold Duel. The winner of the Gold Duel will proceed to the MGP 2021 Grand Final.
We will see Stavangerkameratene perform their MGP 2021 entry during tonight’s show.
Norway in Eurovision
Norway debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1960 and has won the competition thrice: 1985 (Bobbysocks), 1995 (Secret Garden) and 2009 (Alexander Rybak).
The Nordic country has successfully hosted the competition thrice, once in Bergen and twice in Oslo and has partaken in Europe’s favorite television show 58 times.
Ulrikke was crowned the winner of MGP 2020 and was set to represent Norway at the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest with her entry ‘Attention’ but the event got cancelled due to the COVID 19 pandemic.