|#01||Kati Wolf||#12||Lise Rønne and Casper Christensen|
|#02||Páll Óskar||#13||Mei Finegold|
|#03||Tanja Bachmann||#14||Zhanar Dugalova|
|#04||Eric Saade and Petra Mede||#15||Louise Wolff and Ulla Essendrop|
|#05||Bryan Rice and Signe Molde||#16||Bar Refaeli, Ivri Lider and Johnny Goldstein|
|#06||Nadine Hani, Rita Hayek and Malek Maktabi||#17||Susanne Wille, Monika Fasnacht and Amanda Ammann|
|#07|| Holly Willoughby (Semi-final 1)|
Emma Willis (Semi-final 2)
Fearne Cotton (Final)
Chlöe Howl and Graham Norton (Final Results)
|#18||An Lemmens and Maureen Louys|
|#08||Maya Sar, Vukašin Brajić and Marija Šestić||#19||Alessio Bernabei, Federico Russo and Sabrina Impacciatore|
|#09||Nadia Hasnaoui, Erik Solbakken and Haddy N'jie||#20||Alban Skënderaj, Alketa Vejsiu and Eneda Tarifa|
|#10||Tone Damli and Markus Foss||#21||Olga Lounová|
Presenters born outside of the host country
Some of the presenters selected by the host broadcaster were not born in the host country but in another one and were selected either because they work there or because they have origins from the country. Those are listed below in alphabetical order.
- Graham Norton, born in Ireland.
- Nadia Hasnaoui, born in Morocco.
- Ulla Essendrop, born in India
- Zlata Ognevich, born in Russia.
Presenters who competed in the contest
Some of the presenters also competed in the contest, either before or after the edition they hosted. The presenters who also competed in the contest are listed below in alphabetical order.
- Chlöe Howl, winner of the sixth edition for the United Kingdom.
- Ivri Lider and Johnny Goldstein, winners of the fifteenth edition for Israel as the The Young Professionals along with Anna F.
- Marija Šestić, represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in the second edition.
- Maya Sar, represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in the fourth edition.
- Mei Finegold, represented Israel in the eleventh edition.
- Tanja Bachmann, winner of the second edition and participant of the eighth edition for Switzerland as part of TinkaBelle.
- Tone Damli, represented Norway in the first edition.
- Vukašin Brajić, represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in the thirteenth edition.
- Zhanar Dugalova, represented Kazakhstan in the pre-qualification round of the eleventh edition and in the seventh edition as part of KeshYOU.
- Zlata Ognevich, represented Ukraine in the twelfth edition.
- Alessio Bernabei competed alongside his band, Dear Jack in the thirteenth edition.
- List of countries in the North Vision Song Contest
- List of North Vision Song Contest winners
- List of host cities of the North Vision Song Contest
- List of languages in the North Vision Song Contest