Tonight, nine acts will compete for the right to represent Norway at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen,
After a good result in Malmö last year, Norway is keen to better this and tonght no effort will be spared to find their entry for Copenhagen..
After three semi-finals last weekend, nine acts have made it to the grand final of Melodi Grand Prix 2014, only one of which can win.
The acts tonight are as follows:
Below is the start line-up for tonights show, in order of appearance:
Melodi Grand Prix is always a popular show, both at home and abroad, and this year promises to be spectacular. The show will start at 19:55 CET and broadcast live from the Oslo Spektrum Arena, where incidentally the Eurovision Song Contest took place in 1996.
The show will be presented by Jenny Skavlan and Erik Solbakken, the latter of whom presented the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest at the Telenor Arena in Oslo.
Norway will take part in the second Semi-Final of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest to take place at the B&W-Hallerne in Copenhagen on the 8th of May.