Duels of MGP 2022 Semi-final 1 have been revealed!

On Monday NRK has revealed all 21 acts which are competing at Melodi Grand Prix 2022. You can listen to songs and find more about artists HERE. Today Norwegian broadcaster revealed the duels for the first semi-final and which of the final songs we will be able to hear live.

The duels for Semi-final 1 of Melodi Grand Prix 2022 are as follows:

Mira Craig – “We Still Here” vs. Eline Noelia – “Ecstasy”;
Frode – “Black Flowers” vs. TrollfesT – “Dance Like a Pink Flamingo”

The format of the show remains the same as in the previous years the winner of each duel will advance to the gold duel furthermore the winner of the gold duel gets the ticket for the Grand Finale scheduled for 19th of February. As previously mentioned one of the entries by the direct finalists will be performed live for the first time. This Saturday we will be hearing, “Death of Us” by Elsie Bay.

You can read our interview with Frode Vassel HERE and Mira Craig HERE

Audience won’t be there for the first five shows (semi-finals and second chance round) but as Stig Karlsen said in an interview for ESC Norge the Norwegian government confirmed that 200 places for audience will be available for the final of the show with a chance to increase the number of the allowed audience in the larger arenas in the upcoming weeks. NRK will be having a meeting about the final soon so there is hope for a nice show from H3 Arena.  Next week, it can be opened to more people in larger arenas. MGP boss Stig Karlsen tells us in escNorge tonight that NRK will have a meeting about the final right after the weekend, or during the weekend. So, there is hope for, at least a small, folk party in H3 Arena during the final.

Don’t forget to vote for your favourite to win the gold duel from SF 1 below

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