Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest 1994


Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest 1994
Eurovision Song Contest 1994
Country  Norway
National selection
Selection process Melodi Grand Prix 1994
Selection date(s) 26 March 1994
Selected entrant Elisabeth Andreassen &
Jan Werner Danielsen
Selected song "Duett"
Finals performance
Final result 6th, 76 points

Norway was represented by Elisabeth Andreassen and Jan Werner Danielsen, with the song '"Duett", at the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 30 May in Dublin. "Duett" was chosen as the Norwegian entry at the Melodi Grand Prix on 26 March. This was the third of four Eurovision appearances by Andreassen.


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Final

The MGP was held at the Oslo Spektrum, hosted by Tande-P. Ten songs took part with the winner being chosen by a combination of televoting and six regional juries. Other participants included three-time Norwegian representative and MGP regular Jahn Teigen and Tor Endresen, who would represent Norway in 1997.[1]

MGP - 26 March 1994
Draw Artist Song Translation Points Place
1 Karoline Gregersen "Tunge dråper" Heavy drops 187 7
2 Madam Medusa "Casanova" 287 4
3 Jahn Teigen "Gi alt vi har" Give everything we have 275 5
4 Elin Furubotn "Mor" Mother 49 10
5 After Eight "Ensom natt" Lonely night 200 6
6 Tor Endresen "Aladdin" 435 2
7 Yellow Pages "Slør" Veil 124 9
8 Laila Nordhaug & Morten Eriksen "Gi meg ett tegn" Give me a sign 323 3
9 Sub Diva "Uimotståelig" Irresistible 134 8
10 Elisabeth Andreassen & Jan Werner Danielsen "Duett" Duet 576 1

At Eurovision

On the night of the final Andreassen and Danielsen performed 17th in the running order (famously introduced by host Gerry Ryan as performing a song called "Doo-ay"), following Lithuania and preceding Bosnia-Herzegovina. The song was a traditional Eurovision-style ballad in a contest very heavily dominated by downtempo entries. At the close of voting "Duett" had received 76 points (the highest being a 10 from Cyprus), placing Norway 6th of the 25 entries. The Norwegian jury awarded its 12 points to contest winners Ireland.[2]


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