Norway’s newly expanded Melodi Grand Prix 2020 concludes on Saturday 15 February. 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 the MGP 2020 grand final.

Watch Melodi Grand Prix 2020 online

Grand Final — 15 February 2020

Time: 19:50 CET to 22:05 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.

Click to Watch Melodi Grand Prix 2020 Grand Final

The grand final will see ten acts perform — five semi-final winners and five pre-qualified acts. The running order is as follows:

  1. Raylee – “Wild”
  2. Didrik & Emil – “Out of Air”
  3. Magnus Bokn – “Over The Sea”
  4. Akuvi – “Som du er”
  5. Kristin Husøy – “Pray For Me”
  6. Rein Alexander – “One Last Time”
  7. Tone Damli – “Hurts Sometimes”
  8. Sondrey – “Take My Time”
  9. Ulrikke Brandstorp – “Attention”
  10. Liza Vassilieva – “I Am Gay”

Past Shows

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”.

Read the full report on MGP 2020 semi-final one.

Semi-final two — 18 January 2020

The second semi had four acts that represented Eastern Norway.

The results were:

1. Rein Alexander with “One Last Time” – advanced to the final
2. Kim Wigaard & Maria Mohn with “Fool for Love” – eliminated
3/4. Tore Petterson with “The Start of Something New” – eliminated
3/4. Jæger with “How About Mars” – eliminated

The fifth act to perform was a pre-qualified finalist — Didrik & Emil Solli-Tangen “Out of Air”.

Read the full report on MGP 2020 semi-final two.

Semi-final three — 25 January 2020

The third semi had four acts that represented Western Norway.

The results were:

1. Kristin Husøy “Pray for Me” — advanced to the final
2. Sie Gubba “Kjære du” — eliminated
3/4. Alexandru “Pink Jacket” — eliminated
3/4. Thomas Løseth & Erika Norwich “Vertigo” — eliminated

The fifth act to perform was a pre-qualified finalist — Akuvi “Som du er”

Read the full report on MGP 2020 semi-final three.

Semi-final four — 1 February 2020

The fourth semi had four acts that represented Central Norway.

The results were:

1. Magnus Bokn “Over the Sea” — advanced to the final
2. Nordic Tenors “In This Special Place” — eliminated
3/4. Hege Bjerk “Pang” — eliminated
3/4. Oda Loves You “Love Who We Love” — eliminated

The fifth act to perform was a pre-qualified finalist — Ulrikke Brandstorp “Attention”

Read the full report on MGP 2020 semi-final five.

Semi-final five — 8 February 2020

The fifth semi had four acts that represented Northern Norway.

The results were:

1. Liza Vassilieva “I Am Gay” — advanced to the final
2. Elin & The Woods “We Are As One” — eliminated
3/4. Jenny Jenssen “Mr. Hello” — eliminated
3/4. Kevin Boine “Stem på mæ” — eliminated

The fifth act to perform was a pre-qualified finalist — Tone Damli “Hurts Sometimes”

Read the full report on MGP 2020 semi-final five.

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Mark dowd
Mark dowd
9 months ago

Does this remind anyone of “Undo” 2014, Sweden? Look at the staging.

NRK
NRK
10 months ago

Good morning, Wiwi!

You can watch tonight’s semifinal on nrk.no/mgp from 19:50 CET. The link in the article leads to a geo-blocked option

Thank you!