Denmark has confirmed their participation at Eurovision, with plans for a national final confirmed. Dansk Melodi Grand Prix will once again be used to select the Danish representative.
The Danish Eurovision selection will take place on March 5th. A total of 8 songs will compete in the selection, with the song submission period to continue until October 29th. The rules of the competition are as follows:
- A composer, lyricist or performing artist must be a Danish citizen or have a connection to Denmark, such as residency or through marriage
- Those in Faroe Islands and Greenland can also participate
- All songs must be original, and must not have been released online
- Composers can submit numerous entries
- Lyrics must not contain political content as per the Eurovision rules
- All vocals must be performed live in the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix Final
All songs that are submitted to the Danish broadcaster will be reviewed by a professional jury. The final decision of the jury cannot be appealed. Until the broadcaster releases more details of the chosen song titles and writers, those involved are not allowed to reveal details of their entries.
Dansk Melodi Grand Prix has been used as the Danish Eurovision selection since 1957. Fyr og Flamme won the previous edition of Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, and went on to represent Denmark at Eurovision. Watch their performance below: