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Norway 2023: Seven acts for third national Semi-final announced

There are 7 acts released for the third national final of Norway, also known as “Melodi Grand Prix 2023”, this was stated by the national broadcaster of Norway, NRK.

Source: NRK, Melodi Grabnd Prix, logo

Melodi Grand Prix 2023

NRK, the national broadcaster of Norway, has released the seven songs that will compete in the third national Semi-final of this country, which will take place on January 28th 2023.

The participants of the third Semi-final:

Below you can find a list of the participants of the third Semi-final of Melodi Grand Prix 2023, which will take place on January 28th 2023.

  • Skrellex — Love Again
  • Tiril — Break It
  • Akuvi —Triumph
  • Atle Pettersen — Masterpiece
  • Eline Thorp — Not Meant to Be
  • Maria Celin — Frey
  • Stig van Eijk — Someday

Notable names

In this third Norwegian final there are a couple of notable names, these names are the following:

  • Akuvi: Previously participated in Melodi Grand Prix, but did not make it to the Eurovision Song Contest yet.
  • Atle Pettersen: Also competed before in Melodi Grand Prix, but also fif not make it to the contest yet.
  • Stig van Eijk: Particpated in the Eurovision Song Contest for Norway before, and came in 14th (of 23) in the contest of 1999 with the song “Living My Life Without You”.
Source: Librabry of Eurovision YouTube channel, Stig van Eijk – Living My Life Without You (1999)

Dates of Melodi Grand Prix 2023

The  dates of Melodi Grand Prix are the ones below:

  • Semi-Final One full songs revealed – January 9th 2023
  • Semi-Final One – January 14th 2023
  • Semi-Final Two full songs revealed – January 16th 2023
  • Semi-Final Two – January 21st 2023
  • Semi-Final Three full songs revealed – January 23rd 2023
  • Semi-Final Three – January 28th 2023
  • Grand Final – February 4th 2023

Eurovision 2022

In the Eurovision Song Contest of 2022 in Turin (Italy) Norway was represented by Subwoolfer with the song “Give That Wolf A Banana“; the yellow alien wolfs came in 6th place in Semi-final 1, and eventually managed to get the 10th spot in the Grand Final.
Source: Official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube channel, Subwoolfer – Give That Wolf A Banana (2022)

ESCplus Live

When you want to watch the Norwegian national final live, make sure to check out our dedicated live platform with the name “ESCplus Live”, just click the following link:

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