It started five weeks ago and acts as Norway’s national final for Eurovision.

And on Saturday, the final of Melodi Grand Prix 2020 will take place.

Now we know where each act will sing in Trondheim as NRK has announced the running order.

Melodi Grand Prix 2020 Final Running Order

You can see the running order below:

  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”

Speaking on the order, Melodi Grand Prix General Manager Stig Karlsen says:

“The order has been worked out with a goal of spreading the songs so that each artist and song stand out in the best possible way in the big whole. And in line with those choices, we also ensure a varied and good TV broadcast.”

The decision has also been driven by logistical challenges getting acts on and off stage.

Karlsen adds, “We always have technical and logistical challenges related to stage changes and production that also contribute to the choices we make.”

The MGP General Manager did however leave the door open for minor changes once the technical team start rehearsals in Trondheim:

“The order is now set, but there will always be a small reservation for changes when our plans are now to be tested in practice in Trondheim.”

The MGP final is set to take place outside Oslo for the first time in 31 years. It will be broadcast live from the Spektrum Arena in Trondheim.

International fans will be able to watch the show live from 19:50CET.

What do you make of the running order? Let us know in the comments below!

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Photo Credit: NRK

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Grafton
Grafton
1 year ago

If Ulrikke and Dotter were going to win in their respective countries, who do you think would do better in Rotterdam?

keith mawson
keith mawson
1 year ago
Reply to  Grafton

Ulrikke

Wendy
Wendy
1 year ago

I swear to god if I Am Gay wins I’ll turn straight

Tuvia
Tuvia
1 year ago

I’m imagining Norway sending “Pray for me” and Sweden sending “Kingdom come” and the Eurovision turn into a church…
Or, the other way around, Norway sending “I am gay, and Ukraine sending “Vegan” and Eurovision will be a celebration of alternative lifestyles.

BREXIT CAREER WOMAN
BREXIT CAREER WOMAN
1 year ago

PANG was robbed

Ulrikke = ulykke

Leonel
1 year ago

MY BEST WISHES FOR REIN ALEXANDER ….. FOR ME HE IS THE WINNER

Jo.
Jo.
1 year ago

I’m not really into Ulrikke’s song. There’s still something missing in it for me. But on the other hand, I don’t like Proud and Undo, so who knows…

Polliu
Polliu
1 year ago

Don’t get the fuss about Attention.…Typical modern female ballad.

jeicjsjf
jeicjsjf
1 year ago

ulrikke or akuvi norway PLEASE

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
1 year ago

Closing with “I Am Gay”….*Sigh*
I know running order doesn’t matter in a smaller final but couldn’t they have given Raylee the close and get “I Am Gay” over and done with?

mark dowd
mark dowd
1 year ago

Ulrikka seems very similar to “Undo”, Sweden 2014. Strobing lights effect that beam down on her and then stealing a bit of the golden rain fron “Only Teardrops” 2013. Nice song. Will win and do well on May 16th……

hebbuzz
hebbuzz
1 year ago

Ulrikka for the victory please. WILD would be my runner up, or Tone’s song

keith mawson
keith mawson
1 year ago
Reply to  hebbuzz

Ulrikke and Rein. Can’t stand wild.

EProduc
EProduc
1 year ago

They seem to be really pushing Ulrikke and she’s a great singer but idk I’m not sold on the song… It reminds me of Lucie Jones and it’s definitely a good entry that would make the finale but it’s for sure not outstanding enough to make the top 10… where I feel that Rein Alexander and Raylee could make top 10 easily.

Mert
Mert
1 year ago

this voting style is not safe

Nina
Nina
1 year ago
Reply to  Mert

Why?

Maël
Maël
1 year ago

Where is the poll btw?

Ria van de Velde
Ria van de Velde
1 year ago

The only song I really like for Norway is “Attention” sung by Ulrikke Brandstorp. I hope she will win the ticket for Rotterdam.

pp77
pp77
1 year ago

I predict winner of MGP in 2013,15,17,19 my favorites was 2nd in 2014, 4 th in 2016, 2nd in 2018.
My TOP 3
1.Rein Alexander
2.Urlikke
3.Magnus

Wayne
Wayne
1 year ago
Reply to  pp77

Well your prediction always skips a year so maybe this year also 😉

Grafton
Grafton
1 year ago

Ulrikke winner and top5 in may 🙂

Una
Una
1 year ago

The week before the final: I still love Pray for Me and I hope it will win xx

Jon Ola
Jon Ola
1 year ago

Akuvi or Ulrikke for the win

Aaron
Aaron
1 year ago

Would really like to see Akuvi win, something so fresh! I am not unhappy with Ulrikke, but a change would be so nice.

It is clear the broadcaster want Ulrikke and Tone has sadly faltered. Raylee is a good opener, but unlikely she will resonate.

Imagine the final four being, Akuvi, Tone, Raylee and Ulrikke!

EurofanNL
EurofanNL
1 year ago
Reply to  Aaron

Swap tone with Rein and I would love that top 4

Aaron
Aaron
1 year ago
Reply to  EurofanNL

I would only say Tone for the drama factor, not because I think her song is worthy 🙂

Fatima
Fatima
1 year ago

“The order has been worked out with a goal of spreading the songs so that each artist and song stand out in the best possible way in the big whole”. Really? Another show where the one they want to win is at #9. Australia did it, quickly followed by Latvia. Yawn. I bet poor Didrik & Emil finish 10th.

Baby doll
Baby doll
1 year ago
Reply to  Fatima

To be fair Didrik and Emil could probably win the whole thing if it was set in 2009 ??

Daniel
Daniel
1 year ago

Seems like they want Ulrikke to win..

Aaron
Aaron
1 year ago
Reply to  Daniel

I think she will have the staging to back it up too

Musimakeup
Musimakeup
1 year ago

My favourite is Wild but I wonder if it’s going to keep the distance, if I’m not going to get bored with it after a while. Then it’s pray for me and then Ulrikke. But sadly those 3 are the only songs that stand out for me at the moment out of aaaaaaalll the selections that were announced. And that’s a lot. I try to keep up with it.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
1 year ago

So it is literally a coming out party!
Liking it wild, over the sea one last time, then getting our attention and finally… Norway is gay. I see what they did there. 😉
More seriously, Ulrikke is my favourite to win followed by Raylee and Magnus Boken. I also quite like Rein, despite the song’s odd message.

Marios
Marios
1 year ago

buahahaha. Kidding, I really hope Ulrikke gets it

Polegend Godgarina
1 year ago

lol it’s become so predictable who the broadcasters want as the winner from the running orders. too bad they don’t matter at all when the songs are as little as 10. still rooting for nrk’s favorite, ulrikke!

Azaad
Azaad
1 year ago

It is blatant favouritism but in this case we all justify it because Attention deserves the victory on a meritocratic basis.

jack
jack
1 year ago

If the gay song wins it will be wrong on so many levels. As a homosexual man i find nothing right with a straight girl singing a cliche pop song exploiting an issue for sympathy votes.

Musimakeup
Musimakeup
1 year ago
Reply to  jack

Exactly my thought ! a Eurovision song is more than a word in a title, otherwise people will start to think they just send anything with the word gay as a label in the title. Nobody wants that. It should be about the quality of the writing and the composing.

Musimakeup
Musimakeup
1 year ago
Reply to  Musimakeup

….AND … she even sings her song is cliché herself…come on… didn’t it deserve better ?

lasse braun
lasse braun
1 year ago
Reply to  jack

which is the gay song?

esc1234
esc1234
1 year ago

So sad to see that no one thinks Rein Alexander will win, i still think that he can do really well in May but nevermind….

Laura
Laura
1 year ago
Reply to  esc1234

I agree. I really, really want him to go!!

Daewa
Daewa
1 year ago
Reply to  esc1234

He is my favourite too!

UmBv
UmBv
1 year ago

It’s set up for Attention to win, all the other good songs are at the beginning and middle.

Sabrina
Sabrina
1 year ago
Reply to  UmBv

If I’m not mistaken, 4 qualify and then we have duels. It’s not like there was just a round of voting.

Zoli
Zoli
1 year ago

Ulrikke must win, she is a possible winner of Eurovision 2020.

Milla
Milla
1 year ago
Reply to  Zoli

Don’t like the song at all. I really can’t see what’s so special. A woman screaming “Attention!”

Mr X
Mr X
1 year ago

1. Magnus
2. Ulrikke
3. Akuvi
4. Rein
5. Kristin
6. Tone
7. Sondrey
8. Solli-Tangens
9. Liza
10. Raylee

Reverb
Reverb
1 year ago

What Duncan Laurence got right last year was how to do a ballad in Eurovision the RIGHT way! Attention is NOT such a case. Icebreaker was much more adventurous and we saw what happened. Attention is actually desperate for Attention! But at its core it’s a pathetic melodramatic ballad. Same as Montaigne actually. I dont see any of them doing well at Eurovision without counting the staging factor of course. I would say that the best fir Norway would be to go with the most “fun” option cause that is what they seem to be able to do best lately.… Read more »

Kenan
Kenan
1 year ago
Reply to  Reverb

How about no?

Reverb
Reverb
1 year ago
Reply to  Kenan

Meaningful comment

Liam Lindsay
Liam Lindsay
1 year ago

If Rein doesn’t win MGP I do not see Norway making the final

Johan
Johan
1 year ago
Reply to  Liam Lindsay

Ulrrike is great:) If i am gay wins. Norway will be last

Mr X
Mr X
1 year ago
Reply to  Johan

Indeed – it will be a shame…

Lokh
Lokh
1 year ago

Rein Alexander “One Last Time”!

Lolek
Lolek
1 year ago

My personal top 10 of MGP final:
1. Ulrikke
2. Raylee
3. Akuvi
4. Rein
5. Tone
6. Didrik & Emil
7. Kristin
8. Liza
9. Magnus
10. Sondray

Colin
Colin
1 year ago

My top 10 of MGP final:
1. Ulrikke (1st)
2. Raylee (3rd)
3. Akuvi (4th)
4. Magnus (5th)
5. Tone (8th)
6. Didrik & Emil (10th)
7. Kristin (12th)
8. Sondray (18th)
9. Rein (19th)
10. Liza (23rd)

Una
Una
1 year ago
Reply to  Colin

Hi Colin! What are the numbers in the brackets about? Thanks 🙂

Kris
Kris
1 year ago
Reply to  Una

Likely his ranking of Norway’s 25 songs

Una
Una
1 year ago
Reply to  Kris

Thanks!

Colin
Colin
1 year ago
Reply to  Una

Hi, Una. Glad that you asked. Kris is right. It’s how they are positioned in my full MGP list. 🙂

Una
Una
1 year ago
Reply to  Colin

Thanks!

Andreu
Andreu
1 year ago

I hope Attention the best of luck. Hopefully juries and televoters are able to see this masterpiece for what it is.

Eurovisionfan12
Eurovisionfan12
1 year ago
Reply to  Andreu

There won’t be jury voting in the final

Andreu
Andreu
1 year ago

O so it will be like Latvia, 100% audience?

Eurovisionfan12
Eurovisionfan12
1 year ago
Reply to  Andreu

Yes 🙂

sav001
sav001
1 year ago

That’s good news for Raylee as her song already has 1.2 million streams on Spotify compared to Ulrikke’s 148k.

An American ESC Fan
An American ESC Fan
1 year ago
Reply to  sav001

To be fair, though, Wild has been out for a while. Attention was only released 2 weeks ago.

Milla
Milla
1 year ago
Reply to  Andreu

Masterpiece.. oh please..

Kris
Kris
1 year ago

I think it’s between Raylee and Ulrikke

But Ulrikke has the better song .
It’s possible though the televote might go for the act which qualified through the semis and built momentum

Lolek
Lolek
1 year ago
Reply to  Kris

agreed. I love both songs but prefer Ulrikke. Raylee has been doing very well on spotify so she has the momentum behind her, but Ulrikke has a stronger entry for eurovision.

keith mawson
keith mawson
1 year ago
Reply to  Kris

Ulrikke yes! Raylee- Tescos value range Fuego

KESC
KESC
1 year ago

Either Raylee or Ulrikke will win!

Mert
Mert
1 year ago

worst song last place it’s fair to other ones . I think raylee rein tone ulrikke will go gullfinalen

keith mawson
keith mawson
1 year ago
Reply to  Mert

Ulrikke or Rein.

Wayne
Wayne
1 year ago

Ulrikke for the win!

123
123
1 year ago

so….subtle