Norway: Gåte wins MGP – To Eurovision 2024 with "Ulveham"

Over the last three weeks, Norway has been preparing for the Melodi Grand Prix 2024 Final, which includes three heats and 18 songs.

Tonight, the nine finalists competed for the privilege to represent Norway at the Eurovision Song Contest 2024

After a grueling evening and voting from both the Norwegian public (60%) and an international jury (40%), the result was clear:

 Gåte won the MGP 2024 and will represent Norway in Malmö with the song "Ulveham."

Gunnhild Sundli, Jon Even Schärer, Magnus Børmark, Marit Jensen Lillebuen, Ronny Graff Janssen, and Sveinung Eklo Sundli collaborated to write "Ulveham".

Gåte is a Norwegian band that combines rock, metal, and Norwegian folk music. The band members include Gunnhild Sundli, Magnus Børmark, Jon Even Schärer, Mats Paulsen, and John Stenersen.

Gåte, who made their breakthrough in the early 2000s, swiftly became a Norwegian national treasure. 

Their unique blend of hard rock and traditional Norwegian folk music let them quickly transcend from the rehearsal basement to large stages.

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