Ultimate Eurovision 2.0 – Part 2!

You may remember our original Best of the Bunch series, which aimed to find the best Eurovision entry from each nation from the years 2006 to 2015. From that series, we created the ‘Ultimate Eurovision’ which featured the winners of each of the poll, which you can read here. Over the past year, we aimed…

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Best of the Bunch: The Trials – Norway

Through our Best of the Bunch series, we gave a recap on the Eurovision entries from 2006 to 2015 and gave you the opportunity to choose your Best of the Bunch. As you may remember, the current Best of the Bunch winners were put into our ‘Ultimate Eurovision’ but it’s time to see which of…

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Norway sets a date for Melodi Grand Prix 2018!

Over the last few months, we’ve been learning more about the Norwegian selection for 2018. Like in previous years, they are opting to continue the Melodi Grand Prix format of public selection, which is the same selection process that gave them a 10th place in the 2017 contest with the song Grab The Moment. In…

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A Record Number of Submissions for Norway’s 2018 Selection!

They grabbed the moment this year with a 10th place in the final, and now it seems that the passion for Eurovision in Norway has anything but died down. The nation has had their ups and downs over the years at Eurovision, but with a record number of submissions for their national final Melodi Grand…

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JOWST and Aleksander Walmann return with a new track!

They were the surprise package when it came to Eurovision, finishing in 10th place overall with the track Grab the Moment, and now, JOWST and Aleksander Walmann have released their follow up single titled ThatFeeling. For a while now, we’ve been seeing teasers on social media from the duo about the release of a new…

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Norway Grabs the Moment by choosing JOWST!

This year, Norway once again decided on a national final to decide upon their next Eurovision act. A record number of song submissions were received by the Norwegian broadcaster NRK, and out of the 1035 songs submitted, 10 were chosen to perform at Melodi Grand Prix. The 10 competing acts were: Ammunition – Wrecking Crew…

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