Eurovision 2019 is the year of jury darlings. No less than 9 times this preselection season, a song won without the support of the televoters. ESCDaily introduces them all to you in the build-up to Tel Aviv, including Leonora from Denmark.
Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2019 concluded tonight with Leonora winning the right to represent Denmark at Eurovision 2019. The Danish singer will perform her orchestral bilingual song “Love is Forever” in Tel Aviv.
Danish broadcaster DR has announced the ten candidates that will fight for the Danish ticket to Eurovision 2019 on the 23rd of February. The songs have been released by the broadcaster.
Kristian Gintberg and Johannes Nymark have been selected as the hosts for the 2019 Dansk Melodi Grand Prix by broadcasters DR. Nymark returns as host for the third successive edition of DMGP, while Gintberg has previously hosted programmes such as Ramasjang Mysteriet, Lille Nørd and Junior [read more…]
The second episode of the Aftermath 2018 covers the ninth place for Denmark at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon. Rasmussen and his ‘Higher Ground’ especially scored very well in the televote.
Rasmussen has won DMGP 2018 and will go the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 on behalf of Denmark. The Danish song in Lisbon is called ‘Higher ground’.
Denmark will choose its 2018 Eurovision representative at Dansk Melodi Grand Prix (DMGP) tonight. In the line-up are a couple of notable names, like Whigfield, and Ditte Marie.
Whigfield will take part in Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2018 with the song ‘Boys and Girls’. The famous Eurodance-singer has been confirmed to be one of the ten finalists for the upcoming show on the 10th of February to pick the song that will represent [read more…]
Denmark will have a national final of DMGP 2018 on the 10th of February in the city of Aalborg. The show will once again be hosted by Annette Heick og Johannes Nymark, broadcaster DR announced. Some other things will change however.
The second Semi-Final was won by Bulgaria with a total of 403 points, also thanks to winning both the jury vote as well as the televote. Remarkably, the difference between number 10 (Denmark) and number 11 (Serbia) was only 3 points.