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Second semifinal qualified three more finalists at Melodi Grand Prix 2023

Second semifinal qualified three more finalists at Melodi Grand Prix 2023 Image credits: Ulrik Kramer/NRK

Three more contestants qualified for the final of the Melodi Grand Prix 2023. The second semi-final of the Norwegian selection for the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) took place this Saturday.

The first to perform was Jone, while Bjørn Olav was the last of the seven participants to go on stage. Afterwards, during the minutes of the televote and before the results, there were the usual numbers of entertainment, not forgeting the history of the Melodi Grand Prix.

The time has finally come to announce the three finalists of this night. The first ones to be confirmed were Swing’it, followed by Jone and, finally, Elsie Bay – a random order that does not correspond to the full results.

The third and last semi-final of the Melodi Grand Prix 2023 is scheduled for next Saturday, January 28th. The last three qualified for the grand final on February 4th will come out of it.

Melodi Grand Prix 2023 second semi-final

  • Qualifiers
    • Swing’it: Prohibition
    • Jone: Ekko Inni Meg
    • Elsie Bay: Love You In a Dream
  • Eliminated
    • Alejandro Fuentes: Fuego
    • Bjørn Olav: Turn Off My Heart
    • Ella: Waist
    • Sandra Lyng: Drøm D Bort


Qualified for Melodi Grand Prix 2023 final

  • Alessandra Mele: Queen of Kings
  • Elsie Bay: Love You In a Dream
  • Jone: Ekko Inni Meg
  • Swing’it: Prohibition
  • Ulrikke: Honestly
  • Umami Tsunami: Geronimo
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