The second Melodi Grand Prix semi-final was held tonight. As decided by televoting, the second bunch of three acts who go through to the Norwegian final is made up of Charlie, Oda & Wulff and Knut Kippersund Nesdal.
Sunday sees the third and last semi final in Belgium prior to the grand final on the 16th of March. With only two spaces in Antwerp left, things are starting to get pretty hot for the last four participants. It's time to take a closer look at them.
Tonight ten acts will fight to represent Denmark at the Eurovision Song Contest, but last night the remaining six acts in this year's edition of X-factor thought to stay in the competition singing Eurovision songs. It is a new theme in X-factor Denmark, but two of the judges have personal experience with the genre.
Tonight in Oslo the first of three Semi Finals to help decide the successor to Margaret Berger was broadcast like on NRK. The first 3 acts through to next weeks MGP Final are Dina Misund, Linnea Dale and Mo.
Sunday will be the last semi final in theis year's Melodi Grand Prix before it all kicks off next Saturday in Oslo Spektrum. This will be a show you don't want to miss, not least because of one of the major favourites with an extremely emotional performance. Here's a little low down on the final five contenders.
This year's Norwegian preselection consists of three semi finals on three consecutive evenings. Will this be a blunder on NRK's part, or have they made the right decision to turn Melodi Grand Prix into a week long music festival? They've definitely got the music spot on with five more catchy, hook laden entries, all with hit potential.
The 13th of April London's Café De Paris will host the London Eurovision party 2014. Several of this year's participants will be there to show off what they got before heading to Copenhagen. The new arena for the event brings a doubling of the capacity allowing 700 fans to enjoy the big concert.
The Israeli public voted that Mei Finegold should sing Same Heart at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. The announcement took place in a special program which has been broadcast this evening and the choice was made only by the audience through televoting among the three candidate songs.
On Saturday, the 8th of March, Slovenia will decide who will be it's 20th representative at the Eurovision Song Contest. Seven acts will compete in the national final better known as EMA. The decision about who will fly the Slovenian flag in Copenhagen will be in the hands of the public.
The four songs of Eurosong 2014 - a MAD show, the Greek selection for the 59th Eurovision Song Contest, were presented earlier today. A hip hop track, a pop duet, a ballad and song with folk Balcan influences will compete for the chance to represent Greece in Copenhagen this May.