Melodi Grand Prix—the Norwegian national selection—comes to an end on Saturday February 9. Adelén is bringing Latin-inspired dance music, Margaret Berger is going electro and Annsofi is dropping a ballad. Who do you think has what it takes to improve on Norway’s last place finish from 2012?

You can listen to each of the nine finalists below. Then you can vote for your favorites. You can vote for as many contestants as you would like, but you can only vote one time. Let us know what you think!

Annsofi – I’m With You

Adelén – Bombo

Datarock – The Underground

Fjellfolk – Ulvetuva

Gaute Ormåsen – Awake

Gromth and Emil Solli-Tangen – Alone

Margaret Berger – I Feed You My Love

Sirkus Eliassen – I Love You Te Quiero

Vidar Busk – Paid My Way

Lucky Lips – Sweet and Heavy

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Jason Phelan
Jason Phelan
8 years ago

Adelén may not be the best singer (seriously the verses of Bombo only require basic speaking. And still eek) but her song is unbelievably catchy. I’m pretty sure it was in my dreams last night <3

Zolan
Zolan
8 years ago

Annsofi is a definite talent with a very well-written song and arrangement. She’s been given scant attention here, but I certainly could support her entry if it won.

Much further down, in my Dodgy but Doable category,
4. Datarock. There’s a great act in there trying to get out.
5. Adelen. It’s a good song of its type, I’m just not enthusiatic about it.
6.Gromth ft. EST is superficially interesting, even though it crumbles under closer inspection.

Anthony
Anthony
8 years ago

It’s a toss up between Margaret and Annsofi for me. I did consider Adelén but her vocals clearly isn’t the best despite a catchy song. Sending Gromth and Emil Solli-Tangen would be a massive mistake for Norway!

Zappa
Zappa
8 years ago

Fjellfolk has the best entry, no doubt about that. Hope they win, but I suspect Margaret Berger will win. But my vote goes to FJELLFOLK!

Mr. M
Mr. M
8 years ago

Adelén FTW! Even though she isn’t a great singer, that song is REALLY catchy.
I can’t get it outta my head since I listened to it yesterday!!!

george
george
8 years ago

Norway should send Gromth and Emil Solli-Tangen. They are blow-minding!

Alex
Alex
8 years ago

Margaret’s song it’s really not the type of music I love to listen, so I prefer Adelen even if she can’t sing. 🙂 I would really like to dance on a latino song on the Grand Final night. Good luck to her!

B
B
8 years ago

My personal favorite is Fjelljolk, but I really hope that Norway sends Margaret Berger (who happens to be my second favorite) to Malmö!

John
John
8 years ago

Margaret Berger FTW!! I’m OK with Datarock or Fjellfolk though. As long as Norway don’t send that god-awful Bimbo song or lame Latin joke entry I’ll be fairly happy…

Xander
Xander
8 years ago

Joyces, while I agree that last year had a plethora of strong songs, I think this year is shaping up to be good too. So far I like Iceland, Malta, Denmark, Ukraine, Lithuania, and Switzerland which is 2/3rds of the songs. Iceland, Denmark, and Switzerland are the strongest for me. Of course your opinion and tastes are probably different from mine 😛 It’s still quite early though, there’s plenty of chances for this year to provide entries you’ll enjoy!

Zolan
Zolan
8 years ago

I’m sticking with Fjellfolk for audiophilic musical sensitivity and skill.
And Margaret, of course, for accessible light/dark hard/soft hot/cold alchemy.

@Vlad. Why not tell us who you support? Share your thoughts.

Joyces
Joyces
8 years ago

Is it just me? This years eurovision songs are low quality, 2012 had Much more better songs!

Bogdan Honciuc
8 years ago

If by crappy you mean gorgeous, then I completely agree, Vlad.

(De gustibus non disputandum.)

Vlad
Vlad
8 years ago

I completely confused. Why people like Margaret’s song??? its crappy