For the Danish national final on Saturday several of the country's Eurovision legends will perform as interval act. Reigning winner Emmelie de Forest will open the show where 10 participants will battle to defend the red and white Danish colours on homefield in Copenhagen in May.
While it is still being discussed where the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest should be held, it is now clear that one of the possible arenas will host a big tribute party to the contest. Lots of former Danish participants will sing their Eurovision entries.
She celebrated her 40 years anniversary 5 years ago, later this year she turns 65, but Birthe Kjær appears nowhere near her pension as she is about to release yet another new album. The singer who came third in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1989 is also back touring.
The list of famous people expressing their sorrow in relation to the death of Anders Frandsen, only 51 years old, is getting quite long. Some describe him as being lonely, others as a happy person who loved sun and golfing and was popular among the females, but they are all in shock.
On her new album Birthe Kjær is showing a rather new side of herself when she diggs into 12 well known international classics to give them new life. For Birthe this album is a dream come true, but is she too much out of her comfort zone here or does she have what it takes?
Despite celebrating her 40 years anniversary on the music scene a couple of years ago Birthe Kjær, who represented Denmark at the 1989 Eurovision Song Contest, is still going strong. On a new album released today she fulfil a dream of hers. The album, that is entirely in English, includes classics such as My Way and Smile.
Today, a new album by Anne Herdorf, who represented Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1987, was released. It is an album with cover versions of Danish Eurovision entries, national final songs and of course a new version of her own entry. Two foreign songs found its way to the album in a Danish version.