Dansk Melodi Grand Prix will remain as the Danish selection format for Eurovision 2024. Great changes are expected to come to the competition next year as a try to overturn the tables and bring Denmark back to the Grand Final after five years. The Danish broadcaster now aims at a younger audience, in order to select a more appealing and in trend Eurovision act.
In a recent interview with eurosong.dk, Erik Struve Hansen, the project manager of the Danish competition, revealed that the eight songs and performers are already in place, however, everything is still secret. In early January, DR will reveal names and songs at a press conference. Erik, also made an interesting statement that at least one contestant has previously made a name for himself on a Eurovision stage. We will have to wait until the announcement of the eight competing entries to find out who that returning artist is.
DMGP 2024 will take place on February 17, 2024, while the participating songs are expected to be revealed about three weeks prior to the show, possibly in late January.
Despite not being the public’s favorite, Reiley won the ticket to Liverpool in 2023. He performed his song “Breaking My Heart” in the second semi-final, failing to qualify and scoring only 6 points, all from Iceland.
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