Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2024 songs released

January 25, 2024


Danish broadcaster DR have just released the 8 songs participating in the 54th edition of Dansk Melodi Grand Prix.

Here is the full list of the artists competing in Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2024:

-Aura – Mirrorball Of Hope
-Basim – Johnny
-Chu Chu – The Chase (Zoom Zoom)
-Janus Wiberg – I Need Your Love
-RoseeLu – Real Love
-Saba – Sand
-Stella – Sign Here
-Ublu – Planetary Hearts

You can listen to the 8 songs here:

Dansk Melodi Grand Prix Manager, Erik Struve Hansen, Previously revealed that there would be one former Eurovision participant among the DMGP contestants. Now we finally know it’s Basim. Basim achieved a 9th place in 2014 with his song ‘Cliche Love Song’.

The final will be held on February 17th at the DR Koncerthuset in Copenhagen. The event will start at 20:00 and end at 22:00. Sara Bro and Stéphanie Surrugue will host the contest. The final will be broadcasted on DR1.

Dansk Melodi Grand Prix is not the only Eurovision event in Copenhagen this year. The city will also host the new MalmöHagen pre-party which is scheduled for the 4th of May.

Can one of these contestants put an end to the poor results recently for Denmark and make the country a Eurovision ‘powerhouse’ again. Let us know what you think in the comments

Denmark in Eurovision

Since their debut in the second edition of Eurovision in 1957, Denmark have won the contest 3 times.

In 1963 Grethe & Jørgen Ingmann collected the first Scandinavian win with the song Dansevise. That was not their only achievement, they also were the first duo to ever win the contest.

Their other 2 victories were more recent. They won in 2002 when the Olsen Brothers sang their song Fly On The Wings Of Love. (The second time a duo won for Denmark)

And the third and last victory for the country was Emily de Forest in 2013 with her famous song Only Teardrops. Finishing 47 points ahead of second place.

They participated 51 times over the years, of which they only finished last 1 time in 2002 with 7 points.

Since the semi-final system was first implemented in 2004 Denmark have qualified for the final 12 out of the 19 times.

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