Tonight: Melodi Grand Prix 2023 Grand Final in Norway

by Sanjay (Sergio) Jiandani 3,269 views

Good evening Europe, this is Trodheim calling! We are travelling to the Scandinavian shores tonight, namely to Norway for the Grand Final of Melodi Grand Prix 2023.

Norway is working from strength to strength in order to showcase an extraordinary and entertaining national selection. MGP 2023 concludes tonight with its Grand Final.

How to watch?

You can watch the Grand Final of Melodi Grand Prix 2023 at 19:50 CET via the following channels:

About the Show

A total of 9 acts will be competing during tonight’s show. The winner will represent Norway at the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool.

About MGP 2023

Melodi Grand Prix 2023  consists of four live televised shows with the Grand Final set to be held in Trondheim on Saturday 4 February. There will be fewer and bigger semi-finals, no pre-qualified artists, no duels and the Grand Final will feature an international jury.

The three semi-finals will be held in Oslo whilst the Grand Final will be travelling to Trondheim.  A total of 21 acts will partake in the competition. The shows will be hosted by Arian Engebø and Stian ‘Staysman’ Thorbjørnsen.

The 2023 Norwegian entry will be determined via a 50/50 international jury-public televoting deliberation.


  • Jone — Ekke Inni Meg
  • Swing’it — Prohibition
  • Elsie Bay — Love You In A Dream
  • Alessandra Mele — Queen Of Kings
  • Umami Tsunami — Geronimo
  • Ulrikke — Honestly
  • Atle Peterson- Masterpiece
  • Skrellex- Love Again
  • Eline Thorp- Not Meant To Be

MGP 2023 Agenda

  • 14/ 01/ 2023- Semi-final 1
  • 21/01/2023- Semi-final 2
  • 28/01/2023- Semi-final 3
  • 04/02/2023- Grand Final

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 60 times.

Subwoolfer represented Norway at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in Turin with their entry ‘ Give That Wolf A Banana‘ achieving an honourable 10th placing in the Grand Final.


Source: NRK
Photo credit: NRK/ Julia Marie Naglestad