Tomorrow evening the first semi-final of Norway’s Melodi Grand Prix 2024 gets underway from Oslo, where six songs battle it out for three qualifying places to the grand final 3 February.

We asked you readers to vote, who you wanted to qualify. And now, the results are in.

Margaret Berger a favourite to qualify

You do like the Eurovision alumnis out there, because Margaret Berger with her song “Oblivion” was the clear winner in this poll with 544 votes – that’s 38.80% of the total votes cast.

The two other qualifiers in your opinion should be Ingrid Jasmin with “Eya”, who got 301 votes or 21.47% of the total votes, and GOTHMINISTER with “We Come Alive”, who got 239 votes or 17.05%.

Compared to the winner’s poll our readers are aligned with the Norwegians, because it’s the same three songs they want to see going through to the grand final.

MGP 2024: Result of semi-final 1 qualifiers poll

  1. Margaret Berger – “Oblivion” – 38.80% – 544 votes
  2. Ingrid Jasmin – “Eya” – 21.47% – 301 votes
  3. GOTHMINISTER – “We Come Alive” – 17.05% – 239 votes
  4. Mathilde SPZ ft. Chris Archer & Slam Dunk – “Woman Show” – 10.34% – 145 votes 
  5. Fredrik Halland – “Stranded” – 6.78% – 95 votes
  6. Myra – “Heart on Fire” – 5.56% – 78 votes

Total votes: 1,402

Are the three winners in this poll also your favourites to qualify? Who could be an outsider? Let us know in the comments below.

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Olaf
Olaf
5 months ago

Where is the best to watch this since there are always many restrictions in NRK?

Noam600
Noam600
5 months ago

Wait but.. Margaret Berger don’t want to be in ESC because of Israel… so why all of you want her to win?? if she wins Norway won’t be in ESC 2024. Or maybe she is a liar and still compete in ESC 2024 even tho she said that she won’t hahahaha

Dominic
Dominic
5 months ago

Margaret Berger should landslide tonight. I guess that Eya might be the second-best choice, but if someone else executes it better, then so be it.

Bejba
Bejba
5 months ago

I Really Think Margaret Has The Potential To Be This Year’s Blanca! Only Good Song In MGP This Year

Bejba
Bejba
5 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

You Fool . You Are Not Me So Stop At Once Because This Opinon Sucks And I Dont Agree

Badwoolfgirl
Badwoolfgirl
5 months ago

Whatever the end result will be, I wish everyone Good luck tomorrow. we’ll see if these three artists will be the three finalists. But I hope they don’t tell the nonqualified artists to their faces that they didn’t qualify. That I felt was unnecessarily cruel last year.

Ari
Ari
5 months ago

Look no further than Margaret, she’s all you got.

Eve
Eve
5 months ago

Are we many here who are going to watch this tomorrow?

Zanoni
Zanoni
5 months ago

I’ve got Gothminister as my #2 overall in Norway; it’s got a really great hook. I enjoy “Oblivion” too. My third pick is wait-and-see– probably “Stranded” or “Eya.”

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
5 months ago

I voted for Gothminister because we need more Norweigan rock at Eurovision!

Raphael
Raphael
5 months ago

Oblivion and Eya are my favorites too! I like Stranded and Woman Show too honestly. We Come Alive isn’t bad but it reminds me so much of Blood and Glitter somehow. Heart on Fire is pretty bland.

LeSerg
LeSerg
5 months ago
Reply to  Raphael

Same opinion here

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
5 months ago
Reply to  Raphael

Heart on Fire is best uplifting bop of the year in MGP though

Lauren MIA
Lauren MIA
5 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

I agree – it’s a fun song.