Norway will select a song and an artist for Eurovision 2024 via “Melodi Grand Prix 2024”.
Submission window for Norwegian selection closed on Friday, the 1st of September 2023.
According to the Norwegian Eurovision Blog (Eurovision Norway), we might see the following artists involved (whether as performers or as writers):
Before diving in, it is worth mentioning that the rumors are regarding artists who submitted songs, not necessarily being chosen to participate in the selection.
The band represented Norway at Eurovision 2019 with “Spirit In The Sky”.
They won the public vote, but ended up in the 6th combined place:
In 2021, they tried their luck in “Melodi Grand Prix 2021”, where they performed “Monument” and ended as the runner-ups, losing to T!X:
Recently, they have been in Sweden, working on new music with Dino Medanhodzic (who wrote “Bulletproof” for his wife, Dotter).
Kjetil Mørland represented Norway at Eurovision 2015, alongside Debrah Scarlett. They performed the emotional symphonic ballad “Monster Like Me”, and ended-up in 8th place in the final:
In 2019, he tried his luck in “Melodi Grand Prix 2019“, as a solo performer with the song “En livredd mann“. He didn’t advance to the golden final:
We see him almost every year as a songwriter in the national selection, like: “Made of Glass” (by Sofie Fjellvang) and “Tårer i paradis” (by Kate Gulbrandsen)
Young singer Emmy is well-known for her distinctive voice.
She competed in “Melodi Grand Prix 2021” with “Witch Woods” and ended up as a finalist:
Raylee has competed twice at the “Melodi Grand Prix“.
In 2020, she performed “Wild“, and qualified for the golden final:
In 2021, she performed “Hero” and ended up as a finalist:
She recently released the song “Red Light” – might this be her “MGP 2024” song?
Erika is a talented singer-songwriter.
Recently, she has been in some of the song writing camps.
In 2020, she competed at “Melodi Grand Prix 2020″, performing the song “Vertigo” alongside Thomas Leseth. They didn’t qualify for the final:
In 2023, she worked on her own music, releasing several songs in the Norwegian language:
Kyle Alessandro competed at the “Melodi Grand Prix 2023” as part of the Umami Tsunami.
They performed “Geronino”, and ended-up 9th in the final:
Farida competed at the “Melodi Grand Prix 2022” with the dramatic ballad “Dangerous“, and ended up as a finalist:
Marcus & Martinus
The twins are well known Tik-Tok creators. They split their lives between Sweden and Norway.
Last year, they won the “Masked Singer Sweden“
Eurovision fans might recognize them as “Melodifestivalen 2023″ participants, where they performed “Air” and ended as the runner-up, just behind Loreen:
Fredrik participated in the last season of “The Voice of Norway“, where he ended up as a finalist.
you can watch one of his performances:
Adelén is a Spanish-Norwegian singer.
In 2013, she participated in the “Melodi Grand Prix 2013” with the song “Bombo”, she ended as the runner-up in the final.
Her golden era was 9-10 years ago with hits like “Olé“:
Another name in the rumors is Julie Bergan, who competed in the “Melodi Grand Prix 2013” with “Give a Little Something Back“:
Ever since then, she has released several pop bangers like “Kiss Somebody“:
Emelie Hollow is a talented singer, who has collaborated with some big names, among them the Norwegian music producer DJ Alan Walker
Jørgen Dahl Moe
Jørgen is well known for winning the “Melodi Grand Prix Junior 2009“.
In 2022, he wn the 7th season of “The Voice of Norway“.
You can listen to one of his songs:
Hagle is a Norwegian folk band, you can listen to on of theri songs:
Sval Rosenløw Eeg is a 24 year old Norwegian singer.
She is well known, due to her win in “Melodi Grand Prix Junior 2011“, with the song “Trenger deg”
Earlier this year, she released “Smoke”:
Who would you like to see representing Norway at Eurovision 2024?
Eurovision 2024 will be held in Malmö, Sweden.
The semi-final will be held on the 7th and 9th of May 2024, and the grand final will be held on the 11h of May 2024
So far, the following countries have confirmed participation in Eurovision 2024: Sweden, Norway, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Israel, Moldova, Estonia, Austria, Cyprus, Denmark, Spain, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Malta, Serbia, Switzerland, the UK, Azerbaijan, Lithuania, Ukraine, Portugal, San Marino, Belgium and Albania.