Norway 2018 🇳🇴 listen to all MGP entries in a special Rybak mash-up
NORWAY – An intereresting video published today by one of the contestants in the MGP 2018, the show through which Norway will decide its representative in the Eurovision Song Contest. It seems that Alexander Rybak is the first ever national final participant who pays a tribute to all of his fellow contestants showing that there is respect among the competitors.
The 2009 Eurovision winner through his video makes the MGP 2018 final anticipation gearing up more in our hearts. Below you can see the songs he presents in the video posted in this article.
00:03 – Aleksander Walmann [Talk To Hand]
00:55 – Nicoline [Light Me Up]
01:28 – Vidar Villa [Moren Din]
02:20 – Charla K [Stop The Music]
03:03 – Rebecca [Who We Are]
03:47 – Stella og Alexandra [You Got Me]
04:40 – Tom Hugo [I Like I Like I Like]
05:22 – Alejandro Fuentes [Tengo Otra]
05:56 – Ida Maria [Scandilove]
It is no secret that Rebecca is the top favourite to win the Norwegian national final next Saturday but we all know that up to the last minute anything can happen. In the meantime remember you can vote up to three of your favourite finalists in our poll
RYBAK’S EUROVISION HIGHLIGHTS
- Rybak won the Eurovision final with a landslide victory, receiving votes from all the participating countries (except Norway, which was not allowed to vote for itself). Rybak finished with a total of 387 points, breaking the previous record of 292 points scored by Lordi in 2006 and scoring 169 points more than the runner-up, Iceland.
- On 30 May 2012 he released a duet with Paula Seling called “I’ll Show You”. Seling placed third at the 2010 Eurovision. The song had already been promoted on Romanian television and radio. The German label Capsounds has signed the song and will be promoting it throughout Europe.
- In 2013 he penned the song for Annsofi, I’m With You which reached the MGP 2013 super final.
- Rybak also performed as a part of the interval act for the Eurovision Song Contest 2016, in a musical number satirising Eurovision songs.