In Denmark a good result at the Eurovision Song Contest can make you a star loved by everyone, but a bad placement can destroy your career. A media is now warning the broadcaster to take better care of Soluna Samay than they have done with other artists.
Deceased Tommy Seebach, who represented Denmark three times at the Eurovision Song Contest, was up until his death working together with his friend Torben Lundgreen on several songs. Now Torben wants to release them, but Tommy's sons are not positive.
Few days after its release Rasmus Seebach's cover version of his dad's third and last Eurovision Song Contest entry Under Stjernerne På Himlen makes it to the Danish charts. With 107 weeks on the list so far his previous album is still among the best selling ones.
When Rasmus Seebach tomorrow release his next album it will for the first time include a cover version of one of his dad's Eurovision Song Contest entries. Senior Seebach got to represent Denmark a total of three times, but despite a lot of encouragement Rasmus has so far refused going that way.
Denmark experienced a little drop in the viewing figures for the Eurovision Song Contest final this year however they are still quite high compared to other countries. A total of 1,587,000 people watched A Friend in London ending 5th in the final in Düsseldorf.
Three times Eurovision Song Contest participant Kirsten Siggaard has found herself a new partner in Martin Knudsen. Together they have released a single that gives away the recipe on how to write a Melodi Grand Prix winner. The duo is currently touring the country with a show that includes several Eurovision Song Contest songs.
The official CD with all participating songs in this year’s Danish final is still selling well, although it is now fighting with the album from the Danish Junior final. A Friend In London’s Eurovision Song Contest entry New Tomorrow has become a very popular ringtone and Stine Kinck is new on the charts.