Norway, Morland, 3

Mørland and Debrah Scarlett are in it to win it! The duo have recently revealed their four backing vocalists. The announcement was made through the Melodi Grand Prix official FaceBook page.

Med fire korister som aldri har sunget sammen før, var alle litt spente før dagens første prøver. Men dette gikk over all forventning. Bring it on, Vienna!

Posted by Melodi Grand Prix – NRK on Wednesday, May 6, 2015

The translation is as follows:

With four backing singers who have never sung together before, it was all a little tense before the day’s first try. But this went beyond all expectations. Bring it on, Vienna!

Norway have been considered a front runner in the race for Eurovision glory since their selection back in March. There dark song “A Monster Like Me”. It marks the second consecutive year Norway have sent a heartfelt ballad after Carl Espen brought Copenhagen to tears with “Silent Storm“.

Do you think that the backing vocalists on the night will make the song even more magical? Let us know.

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CookyMonzta
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CookyMonzta

Methinks they should leave the song the way it is, lest they make it any worse by adding backup singers. And they are among my top 10.

Per
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This song is not good. its dosent saying me nothing. Its boring, and she cant sing.

steve
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steve

This may just be the winner of Eurovision 2015- beautiful

bastian
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bastian

one of my favourites, but wont win im 100% sure about that. I can see them ending outside the top 10 in the final

Daniel
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Daniel

Last year’s song was good. But it was only good.

This year’s song is outstanding and only outstanding.

I still believe Norway will be victorious this year.

Mark Dowd
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Mark Dowd

This song could win….no doubt that musically it is possibly the best composition in the whole contest. BUT: 1. As has been referred to, Deborah’s vocals, especially on her dramatic entry about 40 seconds in, are distinctly wobbly. She has a rich and colourful voice, but her intonation is bad. Can she not hear in her head the note she needs to deliver?? It needs to land like an arrow. He, of course, is superb throughout. 2. That musical interlude at 2 mins 10 seconds seems to go on for an eternity? What are they going to do to fill… Read more »

PP
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PP

My favorite song this year after listen preview of song before MGP, but I m disapointed ih her voice and stage performance at MGP 2015 final, not good live vocals, wrong hair, not good dress.

Matenohoru
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Matenohoru

I’m afraid of her vocals, so that’s a good decision, sometimes her pitch is not the correct so the vocals can help. Love the song and love his Voice (more warm than hers, well everything about her is kindy frozen)…

BE
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BE

There is a short video on Instagram as well: https://instagram.com/nrkmgp/

bavarson
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bavarson

Good idea, because the stage will be more normal than it was last year in Copenhagen. And that’s why performances must look also more normal, because here is no chance for similar tricks and effects.

Mario My Vision of Gay Love
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Mario My Vision of Gay Love

2 options here to choose from.. A) For a visionary song like *Haba Haba* of 2011 going to Number #1 on Norway’s charts but bombing in EuroVision with not even qualifying to the final alone…{and its Norway that we are talking about & not some other less popular country that mostly never or rarely qualifies to the final..} OR.. G(ay) ~ A visionary song like *Monster Like Me* going to poor #24 on Norway’s charts though BUT be much loved by us eurofans,doing great on the OGAE voting,considered one of the hot favorites to win the Vision & possibly WINNING… Read more »

Mario My Vision of Gay Love
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Mario My Vision of Gay Love

The song of Norway is really good <3
Its my 10th most favorite among the 40 songs & it gets my 1 OGAE point from my Gay Visionary NeverLand.. <3 hehe 😉
Its my 3rd favorite on the 2nd SF & it gets my 8 points there <3 🙂