After a long day with rehearsals the participants in Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2013 last night had the oppetunity to mingle and relaxe a bit at the welcome party. EuroVisionary catched up with five of them for interviews about their career, the latest preparations and their future plans.
The bookmakers have tipped her as the winner and DR's online visitors are not in any disagreement. Simone Egeriis is the absolute top favourite to win the Danish final on Saturday - and thereby represent Denmark at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest.
In a few days Denmark will chose its participant for this year's Eurovision Song Contest via the national final called Melodi Grand Prix. Let's take a closer look at the 10 acts competing for this honour - as usual a mix of well known names and hopeful newcomers.
On the 26th of January 10 songs will compete to represent Denmark at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest. Over the years we have seen more wins from starting position 10 than any other, but let's take a look at the statistics to see just how it actually is.
10 acts will compete to represent Denmark at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest. Some of them are declared fans while others never saw themselves as a part of that - until now. Let's take a look at their favourite Melodi Grand Prix and Eurovision moments.
At a press conference, held at the arena that will be hosting the national final, the 10 participants for the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix was presented today. As usual it is quite a mix of newcomers and well known names that will fight to represent Denmark in Malmö in May.
Today Danish broadcaster, DR, releaved the names who will be in the jury, that together with the TV viewers will decide who will be representing the country at the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö in May. At the same time a rumour about a participant can be destroyed as he turned out to be among the judges.
The Olsen Brothers were asked if they would like to be interval act at the Danish final in a few weeks, where a bunch of former Eurovision winners will be performing. They declined the offer due to a US trip getting inspiration for a new album that should bring them back to their rock sound.
Today the Danish broadcaster announced three Eurovision Song Contest winners as interval act for the national final, that will take place on the 26th of January. British Brotherhood of Man, Irish Johnny Logan and Swedish Herreys are ready to throw some star quality over the final, that will be Denmark's largest ever.