The Icelandic Final was held at the RUV TV Studios in Reykjavik on March 21st, hosted by Hermann Gunnarsson. All of the songs were presented as pre-recorded video clips and the winner was chosen by the votes of 8 regional juries.
|1||Eitt vor||One spring||Pálmi Gunnarsson||12||10th|
|2||Í fyrrasumar||Last summer||Grétar Örvarsson & Gígja Sigurðardóttir||34||
|3||Ástarævintýri (á vetrarbraut)||A love affair (in the milky way)||Eyjólfur Kristjánsson & Ingi Gunnar Jóhannsson||63||
|4||Sólarsamba||Sunsamba||Magnús Kjartansson & Margrét G. Magnúsdóttir||37||
|5||Aftur og aftur||Again and again||Bjarni Arason||17||
|6||Mánaskin||Moonshine||Eyjólfur Kristjánsson & Sigrún Waage||61||
|7||Látum sönginn hljóma||Let the song sound||Stefán Hilmarsson||57||
|8||Þú og þeir||You and they||Sverrir Stormsker & Stefán Hilmarsson||96||
|9||Í tangó||In tango||Björgvin Halldórsson & Edda Borg Ólafsdóttir||55||
|10||Dag eftir dag||Day after day||Guðrún Gunnarsdóttir||32||
“Þú og Þeir” had it’s title changed to “Sókrates” for the ESC, where it came 16th. Pálmi Gunnarsson represented Iceland in ESC 1986 in the group Icy.