Norway’s newly expanded Melodi Grand Prix 2020 continues on Saturday 18 January. And while local fans can catch the country’s Eurovision selection by switching their televisions to NRK 1, international viewers will need to try alternative means.
Here’s when and how you can watch MGP 2020 semi-final two.
Watch Melodi Grand Prix 2020 online
Semi-final two — 18 January 2020
Time: 19:50 CET to 21:10 CET
The programme will be streamed live on NRK’s dedicated Melodi Grand Prix portal. It will be available to watch worldwide and will remain online for catch-up viewing after the original broadcast.
Semi-final two will see five artists perform. Four of these are competing for a spot in the final. A series of “duels” will take place until one qualifier remains. Each act represents Eastern Norway.
The semi-final one contenders are:
- Anna Jæger “How About Mars”
- Kim Wigaard & Maria Mohn “Fool for Love”
- Rein Alexander “One Last Time”
- Tore Petterson “The Start of Something New”
The fifth act to perform will be one of five pre-qualified acts. These were chosen by an expert panel to bypass the qualification rounds and go direct to the final. Instead, they will take it in turns to showcase their entries each week.
The pre-qualified act in semi-final one will be:
- Didrik & Emil Solli-Tangen “Out of Air”
- Semi-final three — 25 January
- Semi-final four — 1 February
- Semi-final five — 8 February
- Grand final — 15 February
Semi-final one — 11 January 2020
The first semi had four acts that represented Southern Norway.
The results were:
1. Raylee with “Wild” – advanced to the final
2. Lisa Børud with “Wild” – eliminated
3/4. Geirmund with “Come Alive” – eliminated
3/4. Kim Rysstad with “Rainbow” – eliminated
The fifth act to perform was a pre-qualified finalist — Sondrey with “Take My Time”.