Each year prior to the Eurovision Song Contest, the Norwegian broadcaster NRK organizes “Adresse” to review the competing entries over four, one-hour televised shows. The show features a jury panel, celebrity guest, and public jury who each critique the entries, and then cast their points for that entry. The process is then repeated for the next 8-9 entries, and at the end of the show the overall results are replayed.

This year’s guest panel members include Kim Wigaard who participated in Melodi Grand Prix 2022, YouTuber Agnete Husebye, former Eurovision juror Fawad Ashraf, Eurovision 2022 contestant Amanda Tenfjord from Greece, Comedian Linn Skåber, and politician Henrik Aasheim. They will be joined by recurring panel members Ingeborg Heldal, Staysman, and Kevin Vågenes.

You can see the planned line-up  and air dates for each episode below:

  • April 14 – Kim Wigaard and panel will review entries including Czechia, France, and Norway
  • April 21 – Agnete Husebye and panel will review entries including Denmark, Serbia, and Ukraine
  • April 28 – Amanda Tenfjord, Fawad Ashraf, and panel will review entries including Austria, Germany, and Iceland
  • May 5 – Henrik Aasheim, Linn Skåber, and panel will review entries including Finland, Moldova, and Sweden

The application to join the public studio jury is still open on NRK’s website. In order to apply you need to attach a short video where you introduce yourself and your Eurovision story, but you must also be available to attend the show’s taping on March 28th, 29th, or 30th in Oslo. The public jury will be led by Jim Ødegård Pedersen who has formerly appeared on the show. You can watch previous versions of the show on NRK’s media website here.

Will #YOU be watching Adresse Liverpool on NRK this year? Let us know on social media @ESCUnited, on our discord, or on our forum page!

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