This Is YOUR Winner Of The Second Chance Round Of Melodi Grand Prix 2022!

Norwegian selection for Eurovision 2022, Melodi Grand Prix 2021 is slowly getting to it’s end as the line up for the final will be completed tonight after the second chance round and the final will be held next Saturday, 19th of February. Four acts are going to be performed in a different way than in the semi-finals as we will be seeing four performances and then the two acts with the most votes will advance to the golden duel to compete for the last place that leads to the Grand Final. In addition, a finalist will be performing their entry. Anna-Lisa Kumoji will be performing “Queen Bees”.

The four songs competing tonight have been chosen last Monday in the first part of the second chance round, since then you had a chance to vote for YOUR personal favorite of these four songs in our poll. The current results are as follows:

  1. Maria Mohn – Fly
  2. Trollfest – Dance Like A Pink Flamingo – 27%
  3. Mari Bølla – Your Loss – 9%
  4. Kim Wigaard – La Melodia – 2%

Maria Mohn is the clear front runner and favorite of our readers ahead of tonight’s second chance round, and they think “Fly” should be the act which will be getting the last ticket for the Grand Final of Melodi Grand Prix 2022, Maria is followed by “Dane Like A Ping Flamingo” by Trollfest on the second place. The third place has received a bit lower amount of votes and Mari is there with “Your Loss”. The song which didn’t impress you was “La Melodia” by Kim Wigaard as he got only 2% of your votes. You can read our interviews with Maria Mohn, Kim WigaardMari Bølla and TrollfesT.

Our poll is going to close at the end of tonight’s semi final, thus you still have time to vote for your favorite act, and try and change the result! Let us know which one of these four acts is YOUR personal favorite by voting in our poll right here:

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Don’t forget to tune in to our live blog tonight.

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