Norway competed in the Eurovision Song Contest 1999, represented by Stig van Eijk with the song « Living My Life Without You« . The song was chosen as the Norwegian entry after winning the Melodi Grand Prix 1999 contest.
Melodi Grand Prix 1999
Norsk rikskringkasting (NRK) held a national final to select the Norwegian entry for the 1999 Eurovision Song Contest. Melodi Grand Prix 1999 was held on 27 February 1999 at the NRK TV studios in Oslo, hosted by Rune Gokstad and Øystein Bache. 8 songs competed, with the winner decided by televoting and jury voting.
|1||Håvard, Dag Arnold and Ingvild Gryting||« I’ll Be Your Friend »||14||6|
|2||Mette Hartmann||« The Night Before The Morning After »||17||5|
|3||Dag Brandth||« Untold »||7||8|
|4||Stephen Ackles||« Lost Again »||19||4|
|5||Midnight Sons||« Stay »||35||2|
|6||Tor Endresen||« Lover »||28||3|
|7||Toril Moe||« You Used To Be Mine »||14||6|
|8||Stig van Eijk||« Living My Life Without You«||62||1|
On the night of Eurovision, held on 29 May in Jerusalem, Israel, Stig van Eijk performed « Living My Life Without You » eighth in the running order, following Turkey and preceding Denmark. At the close of the voting, Stig had received 35 points, placing 14th in a field of 23.
Points awarded to Norway
|12 points||10 points||8 points||7 points||6 points|
|5 points||4 points||3 points||2 points||1 point|
Points awarded by Norway
|7 points||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
(Note : Entries scored out are when Norway did not compete)
(Note: All information are in order of appearance