Anja Nissen won the Dansk Meldoi Grand Prix in 2017 and as such will go on to represent Denmark at Eurovision 2017 in May with the song ‘Where I Am’. Get to know her a little bit better with our feature article 10 Things About…Anja Nissen!
Over the past week and a half we have been gradually unveiling our top 100 songs from the last ten years of Eurovision (2007-2016). Now that all has been revealed, here is the full countdown from number 100 to number one!
This week I began my countdown of my Top 100 Eurovision Songs from the past ten years. Yesterday I revealed those songs that placed 91-100, today I will count down the songs that placed from 81-90, join me tomorrow when songs 71-80 will be posted! Read on to find out if your favourites have made the list so far!
It’s three months on from the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, and we thought it was the perfect time to update you on what the class of 2016 have been up to since competing in Stockholm in May. Many artists use the opportunity of performing at Eurovision to launch a career, engage with new audiences and avail of all opportunities afforded to them. 2016’s representatives are no different with some of the acts having already released follow up singles to their Eurovision songs. Read on to find out who has released what and listen to their new songs!
16 countries have advanced to the knockout stages of the Eurovision world cup. In this match we will see Ukraine’s Jamala compete against Denmark’s Lighthouse X. Listen to both entries below and vote for your favourite in our poll. Only one song can adavance. Voting closes on Sunday 24th April.
This week you have been voting for your favourite acts in Groups G and H of our Eurovision World Cup competition. Two acts from each group have made it through to the knock out stages. Read on to find out which countries will advance.
After an absolute stinker last year with Anti Social Media, Denmark are hoping to return to their usually good form at Eurovision with boyband Lighthouse X. The band (pronounced Lighthouse Ten) will compete in Stockholm with their song ‘Soldiers of Love’. We assess if they have what it takes to get Denmark to the Eurovision final this year in our review.
Two songs will advance from Group G to the knock out stage of our Eurovision World Cup Contest. Group G consists of Sweden, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark and Greece . Listen to each of the songs in this group and vote for your favourite two in the poll below. Poll closes 18th April when the results will be unveiled.
Denmark’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix came to a head tonight with ten acts vying to be chosen as the Danish Eurovision entry for 2016. In the end it was Lighthouse X that were chosen by the public to go to Stockholm to compete in May.
The ten acts competing in this year’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix will shortly take to the stage in the hopes of being the Danish Eurovision act for 2016. But who did you vote as your favourite?