The final of Melodi Grand Prix, Norway’s national selection for Eurovision 2012, takes place on Saturday, February 11. Who do you think has what it takes to get Norway back into the final in Baku? (We’re still crying for Stella Mwangi. Sigh). You can listen to all of the finalists below, and then cast your […]
National finals and semi-finals take place tonight in Sweden (Melodifestivalen), Norway (Melodi Grand Prix), Malta, Hungary and Lithuania. Here’s where to watch live web streams as the people of Europe move one step closer to choosing contestants for Eurovision 2012!
Reidun Sæther, the Carburetors, and Nora Foss Al-Jabri have advanced from the first Melodi Grand Prix semi-final in Ørland. They’ll compete in the February 11 final against six other acts who advance from the semis on January 28 and February 4.
Saturday night is gonna be hot in northern Europe, y’all! Tonight Denmark will select its 2012 Eurovision contestant during its live Dansk Melodi Grand Prix broadcast, and Norway will stage the first semi-final of its Melodi Grand Prix 2012 selection contest. Here’s who and how to watch.
If Danny Zuko from Grease and the Hells Angels had five love-children who later decided to form a band, they would’ve called themselves The Carburetors. Coincidentally, this is also the name of the newest qualifier to the Norwegian Melodi Grand Prix who are sure to rock your jocks!
Stella Mwangi just dropped it like it’s hot! The Haba Haba singer has just released the fourth single from her album Kinanda. It’s called “Hula Hoop” and it is gonna spin round and round yo head once you hear it! The Haba Haba singer has teamed up with Swedish-Congolese hip-hop artist Mohimba and she definitely […]
Norway went into mourning after 2011 Melodi Grand Prix winner Stella Mwangi crashed out during the first semi-final of Eurovision last May. But Norwegian broadcaster NRK has dusted itself off and slowly drip-fed the names of the ten acts who will take their chances at MGP in 2012. Here are the names we know so […]
Stella Mwangi showed Europe she could get down to African rhythms at Eurovision 2011. Now the Kenya-born Norwegian is proving she can do the paso doble and samba, too.