Dansk Melodi Grand Prix will remain the Danish national selection for Eurovision one more year.
Unfortunately, Denmark has not succeed to qualify for a third year in a row. However, there are reasons to keep DMGP as the national selection although there will be some improvements for the 2024 edition of this national selection.
According to the Head of Melodi Grand Prix to DR, Erik Struve Hansen, Dansk Melodi Grand Prix remains popular in the nordic country becoming a tradition:
“No, I can’t imagine that. There are so many traditions around Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, and it is one of the most watched programs of its kind in Denmark over the course of an entire year.
It has been a tradition that we have gathered around for decades, and I think it can do a lot of things in its own right as a large, unifying event around which we meet and have opinions about. It would be a shame to tinker”
Following the most recent results, public broadcaster DR is planning to improve their national selection for the future. Mr Struve Hansen commented about their strategy:
We are already in the process of looking at what strategy we will have for next year’s Grand Prix musically. That work already started before Eurovision, and we will continue with it.
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