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
- Raylee – “Wild”
- Didrik & Emil – “Out of Air”
- Magnus Bokn – “Over The Sea”
- Akuvi – “Som du er”
- Kristin Husøy – “Pray For Me”
- Rein Alexander – “One Last Time”
- Tone Damli – “Hurts Sometimes”
- Sondrey – “Take My Time”
- Ulrikke Brandstorp – “Attention”
- 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!