Norway: Is this the song that KEiiNO will perform at MGP 2024?

The reveal of the artists along with their songs that will take part in MGP 2024 is scheduled for tomorrow, January 5.

The rumors say that KEiiNO, the Norwegian representatives in Eurovision 2019, have submitted an entry and are selected to participate and claim the Norwegian representation for the second time. Allegedly, the song is titled as “Damdiggida”.

Is this KEiiNO’s entry for MGP 2024?

A leak of the new KEiiNO’s single scheduled to premiere tomorrow-the same day as the MGP announcements- is currently circulating the internet.

Melodi Grand Prix 2024

On January 5, the songs that will be nominated to represent the country are set to be released. Melodi Grand Prix 2024 will feature 18 contestants over the course of four weekly shows:

  • January 13 – First Semi Final
  • January 20 – Second Semi Final
  • January 27 – Third Semi Final
  • February 3– Grand Final

Last year’s MGP winner and therefore Norway’s representative in Liverpool was Alessandra with the song “Queen of Kings”. With a total of 268 points, Alessandra came in fifth place overall and third in the public voting.

What do you think of KEiiNO’s alleged submission? Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the news!

Norway: The speculations just before the reveal of the MGP 2024 candidates!

The artists’ along with their songs for MGP 2024 reveal is set to take place on this Friday, January 5.

Every year, shortly before the artists are revealed, rumors are circulating both the national and the international media about who the MGP 2024 contenders will be, based on data and information released by the artists themselves.

A notable difference from previous years is that the songs that will compete in this year’s Melodi Grand Prix may have been released at any time after September 1, which means that songs released on the day of the entry reveal may be possible entries.

Who are expected to release new singles on Friday, January 5?

Up to this date, three familiar with the national selection names have announced the release of their new singles on January 5, the same day MGP 2024 entries will be revealed:

  • Alessandra – “Narcissist” (Norway 2023)
  • KEiiNO – “Damdiggida” (Norway 2019, MGP 2021)
  • Raylee – “Charade” (MGP 2020, 2021)

Other artists expected to participate at MGP 2024

In addition, some potential candidates, which have been circulating all this time, for MGP 2024 are the following:

  • Adele (MGP 2013)
  • Vidar Villa (MGP 2018)
  • Emmy (MGP 2021)
  • Farida (MGP 2022)
  • Jørgen Dahl Moe (Winner MGPJR 2009)
  • Leonardo Amor
  • Lembo
  • Sval (Winner MGPJR 2011)
  • Mathilde SPZ
  • Nattsvermer
  • Mistra 
  • Ballinciaga
  • Daniel Kvammen
  • Emelie Hollow
  • Erika Norwich
  • Frederick Amadeus
  • Hagle
  • Julie Bergan

Moreover, it was also announced that MGP 2024 performers this year will once again get the chance to have flawless vocals using the so-called Auto-Tune, a digital tool that adjusts “sour” tones to ensure proper pitch.

Melodi Grand Prix 2024

On January 5, the songs that will be nominated to represent the country are set to be released. Melodi Grand Prix 2024 will feature 18 contestants over the course of four weekly shows:

  • January 13 – First Semi Final
  • January 20 – Second Semi Final
  • January 27 – Third Semi Final
  • February 3– Grand Final

Last year’s MGP winner and therefore Norway’s representative in Liverpool was Alessandra with the song “Queen of Kings”. With a total of 268 points, Alessandra came in fifth place overall and third in the public voting.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the news!

Norway: Are Keiino hinting their return? | “Nu kör vi” with Norway or with Sweden?

Lots of Eurovision fans are eagerly hoping for them to come back at the contest. But has the time just come?

KEiiNO band, a few moments ago, uploaded a Reels video on their Instagram account, rocking the boat of Eurovision news. The Reels featured a question, urging their fans to complete the sentence “Nu … vi!“. For those you can’t speak Swedish, nu kör vi means let’s go!


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But what could this mean? Is this a reference at them taking part in Melodifestivalen 2024, or they are referencing a potential participation at MGP 2024, which could potentially let them represent Norway in Malmö, Sweden?

Time will tell.

Who are KEiiNO?

KEiiNO is a Norwegian supergroup consisting of Sámi rapper Fred Buljo and singers Alexandra Rotan and Tom Hugo. The group was created in late 2018 in preparation for their participation in Melodi Grand Prix 2019, which they won and so were selected to represent Norway with the song “Spirit in the Sky” in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, finishing in sixth place, even though they placed first in the televoting results.

On 11 January 2021, it was announced that KEiiNO would participate in the Melodi Grand Prix 2021 final with the pre-qualified song “Monument“. The song was released at midnight on 15 January 2021 with the group’s debut performance of the song during the first heat of Melodi Grand Prix 2021 on 16 January 2021. The song reached the top four in the final on 20 February 2021, eventually reaching the gold duel, but lost to Tix‘s “Fallen Angel“.

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Watch all the eurostars’ performances at Het Grote Songfestivalfeest 2022! (Videos)

Yesterday, the 17th of November, the concert Het Grote Songfestivalfeest took place three years after the last concert, which was back in 2019, at Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

More than 30 eurostars performed on stage for the massive audience and Eurovisionfun was there to cover the show! You will get the chance to watch exclusive videos of interviews with your favourite artists and their performances!

You can watch some of the performances of the artists below:

Johnny Logan – What’s Αnother Υear

Gjon’s Tears – Tout l’univers

Michael Schulte – You Let Me Walk Alone

TIX – Fallen Angel

Efendi – Mata Hari

The Roop – Discoteque

Sandra Kim – J’aime la vie

Stay tuned at Eurovision Fun for all the latest developments regarding Eurovision 2023!

Norway: We will see the most “monumental” moments of KEiiNO in the video clip of “Monument”!

Tomorrow night (4/2) the video clip of Monument is released, of KEiiNO’s entry in MGP 2021. A while ago KEiiNO gave us a very interesting teaser. In the video clip we will watch, among other things, the most “monumental” moments of the band members, Alexandra, Fred and Tom!

Tomorrow at 21.00 the video clip for ′ ′ Monument ”!!! In the video we all stand with a photo, from the most monumental moment of our lives. We are SO excited to see the video tomorrow, but here is a little teaser, and the stories behind these three photos ❤️

Fred: My great-grandfather Klemet comes from the generation that fought for the survival of the Sami culture many years ago. He is my great daily hero. His struggle, and his attitude for the will to live is one of the reasons why I have the opportunity to live my dream until today ☺️.
Tom: I hold a photo standing at the Glastonbury Festival with my husband Alex. I stand with the man who enriches my life and is part of a great community that shares the joy of music, IT’S a real ′ ′ Gloria moment ′ ′ ′
Alexandra: My photo is of Tom & Fred from Eurovision 2019. When I joined KEiiNO, I made two new friends for a lifetime. The boys really helped me make my biggest dreams come true and they became an important part of my life. They have simply become my monument ❤️


I morgen kl 21 kommer musikkvideoen for «Monument»!!! 😍 Og i videoen står vi alle med hvert vårt bilde av et…

Δημοσιεύτηκε από Keiino στις Τετάρτη, 3 Φεβρουαρίου 2021

Norway: KEiiNO speaks exclusively to Eurovision Buddies | Why did they return to the competition?

KEiiNO, the popular band that won the televoting at Eurovision 2019 and hopes to return to this year’s contest with Munument, spoke exclusively to the Eurovision Buddies, answering all the questions that concern us.

The band explains the reasons that led them to want to return to the competition, participating in MGP 2021. They refer to the meaning of Munument lyrics, the source of their inspiration. In their plans for the MGP final, but also their opponents. Do not miss this interview, and at the end you will have the opportunity to hear them perform their song live!

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Norway: Complaints of rigged results in the first semifinal of the MGP!

Yesterday (16/1), the first semifinal of MGP 2021, was accompanied by a significant mistake. Specifically, immediately after the draw for the separation of the artists into two duels, the card we saw on our screens had as the winners of the second duel, without having of course the public vote took place, the final winners Blåsemafian feat. Hazel. Read more

Norway: Big public response to the Monument of KEiiNO!

KEiiNO say they are delighted with the public reception of the Monument, their song for MGP 2021, with which they hope to once again represent Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest.

Within 24 hours, the Monument was watched by 68,000 on YouTube, while it was also found in the iTunes charts of many countries. In particular, it was first in Norway and Israel, 13th in Denmark, 20th in Sweden and 45th in the United Kingdom.

Thank you SO SO much!! This is crazy!! We are so thankful!! 🖤

Δημοσιεύτηκε από Keiino στις Σάββατο, 16 Ιανουαρίου 2021

Tonight, during the first semifinal of MGP 2021, we will have the opportunity to watch the live performance of Monument by KEiiNO and we will have a better picture. Watch the acoustic version of Monument below:

Norway: Listen to the songs of KEiiNO and TIX for the MGP 2021!

The songs of KEiiNO and TIX, which compete directly in the final of MGO 2021 on February 20, were recently released. KEiiNO is the group that won the televoting in Eurovision 2019, while TIX is a famous singer, producer and songwriter. Read more