This is ESCBubble’s winner of Melodi Grand Prix 2023!

After three semi finals, Norway’s Melodi Grand Prix has reached its Grand Final which takes place tonight! A total of nine acts are competing in tonight’s final, hoping to win the hearts of the public and the international jury in order to win and go on to represent Norway in Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool.

From the moment the last finalists were announced, we asked you to let us know who YOUR favorites are in the Final of this year’s Melodi Grand Prix. At the moment of writing the article, the current standings of our poll were as follows:

  1. Alessandra – Queen Of Kings – 36%
  2. Ulrikke – Honestly – 26%
  3. Jone – Ekko inni meg – 11%
  4. Umami Tsunami – Geronimo – 8%
  5. Skrellex – Love Again – 6%
  6. Eline Thorp – Not Meant To Be – 4%
  7. Elsie Bay – Love You In A Dream – 4%
  8. Atle Pettersen – Masterpiece – 3%
  9. Swing’it – Prohibition – 2%

Our team members have also listened to the nine finalists, and this is how we ranked the songs:

  1. Jone – Ekko inni meg
  2. Alessandra – Queen Of Kings
  3. Ulrikke – Honestly
  4. Eline Thorp – Not Meant To Be
  5. Umami Tsunami – Geronimo
  6. Elsie Bay – Love You In A Dream
  7. Skrellex – Love Again
  8. Atle Pettersen – Masterpiece
  9. Swing’it – Prohibition

Our readers seem to have it crystal clear – it’s Alessandra’s to lose tonight! Our editors have voted Jone on top, but he was only 1 point ahead of our readers’ favorite Alessandra. Combining the votes of our readers and editors, ESCBubble’s winner of this year’s edition of Melodi Grand Prix is Alessandra with “Queen Of Kings”.

You can still let us know your favorites, as our poll is going to close at the end of tonight’s Final:

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You can also check out our team’s review of the Norwegian final in this video here:

Give a listen to Alessandra’s “Queen Of Kings” right here:

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