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Alessandra will represent Norway at Eurovision 2023 with 'Queen of Kings'



Alessandra has won Melodi Grand Prix 2023 with the song 'Queen of Kings' and will now represent Norway at Eurovision in Liverpool.


Alessandra came first in the the jury vote and first in the televote to take out the competition.


Since the first semi-final of MGP 2023, 'Queen of Kings' has gone viral. The song has a whopping 5.3 million streams on Spotify alone and currently #2 on the Viral Global Charts.



The international jury results:

  1. Alessandra – 'Queen of Kings' - 104 points

  2. Atle Pettersen – 'Masterpiece' - 94 points

  3. Ulrikke – 'Honestly' - 60 points

  4. Elsie Bay – 'Love You in a Dream' - 49 points

  5. Eline Thorpe – 'Not Meant to Be' - 42 points

  6. Jone – 'Ekko inna meg' - 40 points

  7. Umami Tsunami – 'Geronimo' - 19 points

  8. Skrellex – 'Love Again' - 14 points

  9. Swing'it – 'Prohibition' - 8 points


The televote results:

  1. Alessandra – 'Queen of Kings' - 129 points

  2. Ulrikke – 'Honestly' - 78 points

  3. Swing'it – 'Prohibition' - 43 points

  4. Skrellex – 'Love Again' - 40 points

  5. Elsie Bay – 'Love You in a Dream' - 34 points

  6. Jone – 'Ekko inna meg' - 30 points

  7. Umami Tsunami – 'Geronimo' - 30 points

  8. Atle Pettersen – 'Masterpiece' - 28 points

  9. Eline Thorpe – 'Not Meant to Be' - 18 points


Overall Results:

  1. Alessandra – 'Queen of Kings' - 233 points

  2. Ulrikke – 'Honestly' - 138 points

  3. Atle Pettersen – 'Masterpiece' - 122 points

  4. Elsie Bay – 'Love You in a Dream' - 83 points

  5. Jone – 'Ekko inna meg' - 70 points

  6. Eline Thorpe – 'Not Meant to Be' - 60 points

  7. Skrellex – 'Love Again' - 54 points

  8. Swing'it – 'Prohibition' - 51 points

  9. Umami Tsunami – 'Geronimo' - 49 points


Norway first competed at Eurovision in 1960 and have won the contest on three different occasions, In 1985 with 'La det swinge', 1995 with 'Nocturne', and most recently in 2009 with 'Fairytale'. Whilst winning the contest three times, Norway also holds the record for the most last place finishes with a staggering eleven times on the bottom of the scoreboard, Four of which received the infamous 'Nul points'.


Recently though, Norway has been on a successful streak at Eurovision, finishing in the top-ten six times during the past decade.


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