We’re almost there! After five semi-finals and one second-chance show, the grand final of Norway’s Melodi Grand Prix 2021 is almost upon us. On Saturday 20 February, 12 acts will sing-it out, but only one will become Norway’s Eurovision 2021 representative. Local fans can catch the action on NRK 1, while international viewers can watch online.
Here’s when and how you can watch grand final of MGP 2021.
Watch Melodi Grand Prix 2021 online
Grand Final — 20 February 2021
Time: 19:55 CET to 22:15 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.
The final will see 12 acts perform. The running order is:
- Atle Pettersen – “World On Fire”
- Raylee – “Hero”
- Stavangerkameratene – “Who I Am”
- KIIM – “My Lonely Voice”
- Blåsemafian feat. Hazel – “Let Loose”
- Emmy – “Witch Woods”
- TIX – “Fallen Angel”
- Kaja Rode – “Feel Again”
- Rein Alexander – “Eyes Wide Open”
- IMERIKA – “I Can’t Escape”
- KEiiNO – “Monument”
- Jorn – “Faith Bloody Faith”
Five of the acts qualified via the semi-finals — Raylee, KiiM, Blåsemafian feat. Hazel, Emmy and IMERIKA. Jorn was eliminated during the first semi-final but won a wildcard during the ‘last chance’ show. The remaining six acts were all awarded automatic passes to the final by producers.
As per usual, the final will consist of three rounds. The first will see all 12 acts perform. The top four will then progress to the Gold Final. Here the number will be halved, with the last two standing battling it out in the Gold Duel. The winners will be selected by viewers at home using the Melodi Grand Prix online voting app.
Will you be watching the final in Norway? Who should win? Let us know below.