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Norway 2024: It is Gåte for Norway!

Last Saturday (03-02-2023) the national final of Norway, Melodi Grand Prix 2024, was held, and eventually it was not KEiiNO, but the folk-rock band, Gåte, that took the crown with the song “Ulveham” (trans. “Wolf Man”).

Melodi Grand Prix 2024

This year’s Norwegian final has been won by the band Gåte, that won from hot favourite KEiiNO, that entered the national contest for the third time. Melodi Grand Prix 2024 took place in the Norwegian city of Trondheim. The entrant roster consisted of nine acts in total. The presenters of the show were Marion Ravn and Frederik Solvang.

The eventual winner was chosen by 40% international jury and 60% national televotes. The international jury came from ten countries, each jury had five professional members who could rank all the songs from 1st to 9th. The winner of the jury vote was KEiiNO and the Norwegian public chose Gåte.

What are the full results of Melodi Grand Prix 2024?

The full results of Melodi Grand Prix 2024 can be found below.

  1. Gåte – Ulveham, 76 + 174 = 250 points
  2. KEiiNO – Damdiggida, 98 + 146 = 244 points
  3. Erika Norwich & Super Rob – My A.I., 45 + 120 = 165 points
  4. Gothminister – We Come Alive, 35 + 80 = 115 points
  5. Anne Fagermo & Dag Erik Oksvold – Judge Tenderly of Me, 58 + 47 = 105 points
  6. MIIA – Green Lights, 54 + 22 = 76 points
  7. Margaret Berger – Oblivion, 26 + 19 = 45 points
  8. Ingrid Jasmin – Eya, 22 + 20 = 42 points
  9. Annprincess – Save Me, 16 + 17 = 33 points
Source: KEiiNO YouTube channel

About Gåte

Gåte, which means “riddle” in Norwegian, is a band from Trøndelag (Norway). The band plays Norwegian folk music mixed with metal and electronica. The style of Gåte has been referred to as progressive folk-rock. The initial band was formed in 2000, but has seen multiple changes during its years of existence.

When will Gåte perform in Eurovision 2024?

Gåte with the song “Ulveham” (trans. “Wolf Man”) will perform in the second half of Semi-final 2 on May 9th 2024.

Source: Official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube channel (EBU)
Eurovision, National Final

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