Raylee Wild Melodi Grand Prix 2020 Norway Eurovision

Tonight, on the busiest weekend of national final season, it’s finally time for the Norwegian public to decide who will represent them at Eurovision 2020. Ten acts will battle it out in the final of Melodi Grand Prix 2020, but only one can emerge victorious. If it were up to you, Raylee would take home the trophy.

Raylee is your favourite to win Melodi Grand Prix 2020

Following the fifth semi-final, we asked you to start voting for your favourite to win.

After counting 3,535 votes, we can reveal that you chose Raylee and her entry “Wild”. The semi-final one winner earned a total of 1,158 votes, which is 32.76% of all votes cast.

Following closely in second place is the bookies’ favourite Ulrikke Brandstorp. Her song “Attention” collected 1,011 votes, or 28.60% of all votes cast.

From a safe distance, Rein Alexander completes the top three with “One Last Time”. The bearded Viking mustered up 445 votes, which equals 12.59% of all votes cast.

The top five is rounded out by Kristin Husøy and Akuvi, with their entries “Pray For Me” and “Som Du Er” coming fourth and fifth respectively. Kristin picked up 214 votes (6.05%), while Akuvi scured 189 votes (5.35%).

Poll results: Who should win Norway’s Melodi Grand Prix 2020?

Melodi Grand Prix 2020 Running Order

  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”

Are you happy with the results? Who do you want to see win Melodi Grand Prix 2020? Share your thoughts below!

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Henk Jan
Henk Jan
4 months ago

Raylee’s song is way too Fuego.
Pray for Me is a good song, but too Welshly Arms like
Attention should win now. Although I hoped for Didrik and Emil…

Alex
Alex
4 months ago

Rein was again so epic damn. That power and energy. Everything works

Polliu
Polliu
4 months ago

Please not another ballad.

Bianca
Bianca
4 months ago

I like “Pray for me” by Kristin Husøy the most!???

Thorula
Thorula
4 months ago

Be careful. Ryback is a black wizard, Magnus can go to Eurovision. Yes it’s unlikely, but Alexander seems blessed about Eurovision. Few people saw him able to come back in 2018…

zzzaaaa
zzzaaaa
4 months ago

Ulrikke Brandstorp is the best. Although both Raylee and Rein Alexander are good too. Quite good selection.

Mariko
Mariko
4 months ago

The only song I like is Kristins…

Andi
Andi
4 months ago

Ulrikke has the Golden start number 9. That’s a big advantage compared to Raylee’s start number (1). My favourite is Magnus, but I don’t expect him to win this. 😉

Jake
Jake
4 months ago

Hoping for Ulrikke, expecting Rein or Raylee.

Richie
Richie
4 months ago

Please Norway, Rein!!!!

I do not need “Acarde” 2.0 and certainly not “Fuego” 4.0! I need a “Sprit in the Sky + Higher Ground” 3.0!

Kosey
Kosey
4 months ago

I am hoping the Saturday night party atmosphere takes Rein through to victory. I wouldn’t mind Ulrikke or Raylee, but there is something quintessentially Eurovision about Rein’s song – I would love to see it in Rotterdam.

Polegend Godgarina
4 months ago
Reply to  Kosey

…and that quintessentially eurovision vibe is exactly why he shouldn’t win

Kosey
Kosey
4 months ago

Exactly why? Especially from someone who is named after another quintessentially Eurovision artist?

Polegend Godgarina
4 months ago
Reply to  Kosey

u wish. polina was massively successful for years before the eurovision and she stays successful now.

Kosey
Kosey
4 months ago

It was still a quintessential Eurovision song and a quintessential performance….

People in glass houses…..

That’s all I’m saying.

Alex
Alex
4 months ago
Reply to  Kosey

I’ve re-watched Rein’s performance today and it was so damn enjoyable yet powerful and overall effective.
It shouldn’t work but it really does

Polegend Godgarina
4 months ago

can’t wait for ratlee to tank just like every other tasteless fan favorite so far

Aaron
Aaron
4 months ago

Surely Ulrikke is the fan favourite though?

Jacob
Jacob
4 months ago

I love Raylee and Ulrikke the same, but you guys seriously need to calm down saying that Raylee is a remake of ‘Fuego’ and ‘Replay’ THEY BOTH DIDN’T INVENT UPBEAT POP MUSIC. So just stop degrading Raylee because of her song, it’s so immature. Eurovision is about peace and love, not about hatred. Grow up!

UmBv
UmBv
4 months ago
Reply to  Jacob

+10000000

Aaron
Aaron
4 months ago

Akuvi underrated as per usual.

Isak
Isak
4 months ago

Ulrikke has a personal message and deliver it with emotion and vulnerability, which can’t be seen in the other two from the top 3. It is relatable for many too. I think we need this type of honesty and art in Eurovision!

keith mawson
keith mawson
4 months ago
Reply to  Isak

Ulrikka or Rein. Ulrikke’s song is stunning. It sounds like a winner of the whole thing or at least top 5

Fan From Texas
Fan From Texas
4 months ago

I love Mørland’s music so I am rooting for Ulrikke. My second favorite is Rein Alexander. Fuego 2.0, I mean Raylee would be ok but we’ve seen it not that long ago and a four foot ponytail doesn’t reinvent that type of song.

DUMACA
DUMACA
4 months ago
Reply to  Fan From Texas

I wonder when people will stop comparing EVERY female dance song to Fuego?

Polegend Godgarina
4 months ago
Reply to  Fan From Texas

2.0? we’re at like fuego 18.0 at this point

bryan
bryan
4 months ago

Les personnes veulent un remix fuego tout les ans. Il y a que un fuego c’est eleni foureira. Les autres ce sont des copies Aliexpress. Wild , she got me, replay

Mark dowd
Mark dowd
4 months ago

Attention seems like a remake of Sweden 2014 “Undo”.. Even down to the last strobe of lighting. Like it. Not original though.

Malmklang
Malmklang
4 months ago
Reply to  Mark dowd

It reminds me even more of Uk 2017, Lucie Jones. But despite this it’s the the song I want to represent my country this year:-)

John
John
4 months ago

Well, the reason why Norway is high up in the betting, is NOT because of a Fuego-clone, but more thanks to Ulrikke´s “Attention”. Ulrikke should win this tonight. By. Far.

Mr X
Mr X
4 months ago

Please not this cheap trash sung by Raylee.

Bobby Crush
Bobby Crush
4 months ago

An astonishingly bland selection of Melodifestivalen hand-me-downs from Norway this year, what a giant letdown. The most basic and unimaginative Fuego regurgitation tops the poll here, too. Can we not move on from this garbage?

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
4 months ago
Reply to  Bobby Crush

Feel free to use the door.

Ashton Schier
Ashton Schier
4 months ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

Johan or rasmus, whoever you are, please sincerely get off this website and get some therapy to lower your huge ego and to learn how to be a nice person.

UmBv
UmBv
4 months ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

Johan is right

Mia
Mia
4 months ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

No, Salvador just hates bad music, regardless of genre. But you don’t understand it anyway.

James Philip Baldwin
James Philip Baldwin
4 months ago

I’m really love to see Norway win Eurovision whether that will happen this year I don’t know until all the songs are out however I personally think “Attention” could definitely do well with the juries and do fairly well with the Televote. However I do get why there is hype around “Wild” because it is a good song however I think the problem lies with we seen this similar formula of this song at Eurovision over the last few years with Fuego, Replay and She Got Me. So I can’t help but think people maybe will not vote for it… Read more »

Catriona Colville
Catriona Colville
4 months ago

Eurofans voting exactly as expected. I can’t wait for the day Fuego clones go out of fashion and we move on to music with some depth and melody.

keith mawson
keith mawson
4 months ago

oh yes very tired of them. Its a Tescos value range Fuego clone at that.

Harm
Harm
4 months ago

Please Norway send Ulrikke to Rotterdam ??????

Ashton Schier
Ashton Schier
4 months ago

sis nooo Ulrikke only, and then by a far distance, maybe som du er, but not wild, please not wild

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
4 months ago

It’s as close as the Brexit result! 😛
It’s likely going to be a close final in the results. How exciting!

Peter M
Peter M
4 months ago

well, if it was up to wiwibloggs fans, we’d have nothing but songs all sounding similar to “Wild”. I’m hoping that Norway makes the right choice and sends Ulrikke. It’d be a disgrace for any other song to win.

Alex
Alex
4 months ago

I think it will be more tight than we think tonight.
I just wish only Norwegians would vote. It should be only their choice.

Alex
Alex
4 months ago
Reply to  Alex

We won’t probably even know the split results which is sad. At least in Latvia we know it. I dunno

Isak
Isak
4 months ago
Reply to  Alex

We will know the split results of the regions during the final duel as I understand, but it is something that is kinda meaningless, since it doesn’t matter what region you vote from. You don’t vote from the region you live in, but from what you choose, which should be based on the region that “is closest to your heart”, to quote mgp boss Karlsen. Anyways, with the group of international voters choosing random regions, the region presentation will be even less meaningful. I also doubt NRK will publish the full split votes after the show, so we just have… Read more »

Anita
Anita
4 months ago
Reply to  Alex

How many international voters take part?

Frysk
Frysk
4 months ago

Hope not. Cyprus 2018 and 2019 kloon. Heard enough of that

Gin&Monique
Gin&Monique
4 months ago

Som du er is so underrated! I’d rather see Ulrikke win though, Raylee’s song is great, but the live version is a bit underwhelming!

uwu vision
uwu vision
4 months ago

You know, I really shouldn’t have complained about I Am Gay on that other post, because I have a habit of starting to enjoy songs that I complain about (It’s happened with KEiiNO’s Vill Ha Dig and Diodato’s Fai Rumore) . I don’t particularly think it’s a good song but it’s kinda cute and ngl it would be kinda funny. I still have an issue with the fact that it’s sung by a straight girl but… we have bigger issues to fight.

On another note, wasn’t Raylee’s song accused of plagiarism at some point?

BREXIT CAREER WOMAN
BREXIT CAREER WOMAN
4 months ago

wild to go