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I'm Not Afraid to Move On

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I'm Not Afraid to Move On

"I'm Not Afraid To Move On"
Eurovision Song Contest 2003 entry
Arve Furset, VJ Strøm
Arve Furset, VJ Strøm
Finals performance
Final result
Final points
Appearance chronology
◄ "On My Own" (2001)   
"High" (2004) ►

"I'm Not Afraid To Move On" was the Norwegian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, performed in English by Jostein Hasselgård.

The song is a dramatic, piano-led ballad, with Hasselgård singing that he is "in love with a beautiful girl" and that that is all that matters - regardless of the pressures put on him by the world.

The song was performed eighteenth on the night, following Greece's Mando with "Never Let You Go" and preceding France's Louisa Baïleche with "Monts et merveilles". At the close of voting, it had received 123 points, placing 4th in a field of 26.

It was succeeded as Norwegian representative at the 2004 Contest by Knut Anders Sørum with "High".

"I'm Not Afraid To Move On" peaked at # 12 in the Norwegian single charts.[1]


  1. ^ Jostein Hasselgård - I'm Not Afraid To Move On (song),
  • "I'm Not Afraid To Move On" at the Diggiloo Thrush

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