Denmark: Listen to Reiley’s cover of Tattoo!

Reiley, the 26 year old representative of Denmark in Eurovision 2023, shared a video on TikTok, in which he is covering Loreen’s Tattoo, the Swedish entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. In fact, Reiley might be the most famous participant of this year’s Eurovision on social media platforms, having 10 million followers on TikTok!


this song is way too high for me but I had to because ..Loreen ❤️

♬ original sound – Rei

It is obvious that Eurovision 2023 artists love to cover each other songs, showing their respect and companionship for each other. This is also what this year’s slogan is all about…United By Music!

Reiley with his song Breaking My Heart participated in the 2nd Semifinal on May 11, performing 1st. His first technical rehearsal is scheduled for today and will take place in a few hours.

You can also watch the reaction of EurovisionFun on Breaking My Heart below:

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Poland: The Polish Eurovision Party 2023 is today!

Today, for the second year in a row, the Polish Eurovision Party 2023 will take place in Warsaw. The hosts of the evening will be Poli Genova (Bulgaria 2011 & 2016) and Konrad Zemlik (the organizer of the event).

At this year’s Polish pre-party, twenty-five artists will appear, who are participating in this year’s Eurovision or have participated in the past.

The Eurovision 2023 entrants who will perform tonight are:

  • Albina & Familija Kelmendi – Albania
  • Alika – Estonia
  • Diljá – Iceland
  • Joker Out – Slovenia
  • Let 3 – Croatia
  • Mae Muller – United Kingdom
  • Monika Linkytė – Lithuania
  • Pasha Parfeni – Moldova
  • Piqued Jacks – San Marino
  • Reiley – Denmark
  • Sudden Lights – Latvia
  • The Busker – Malta
  • Vesna – Czechia
  • Wild Youth – Ireland

The remaining sixteen artists who will accompany this year’s participants are:

  • Anne-Marie David – Winner of Eurovision 1973 with Luxembourg
  • Eye Cue – North Macedonia 2018
  • Felivers – Tu bije serce Europy 2023 (Polish National Final)
  • Filip Baloš – Pesma za Evroviziju ’23 (Serbian National Final)
  • Gromee – Poland 2018
  • Inis Neziri – Festivali i Këngës 56 & 59 (Albanian National Final)
  • Krystian Ochman – Poland 2022
  • Kuba Szmajkowski – Tu bije serce Europy 2022 & 2023
  • Lindsay Dracass – United Kingdom 2001
  • Melovin – Ukraine 2018
  • Oceana – Unser Song für Dänemark
  • Poli Genova – Bulgaria 2011 & 2016
  • Senhit – San Marino 2011, 2020 & 2021
  • Slavko – Montenegro 2017
  • Sunstroke Project – Moldova 2010, 2017
  • Viki Gabor – Winner of Junior Eurovision 2019 with Poland


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Denmark: Eurovisionfun Reacts to Eurovision 2023 Entry “Breaking My Heart” (video)

Just last Saturday the Danish national final, Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2023, was completed for another year, with Reiley as the big winner! So the next representative of the country for Eurovision 2023 will be Reiley with the song “Breaking My Heart”!

The Eurovisionfun team once again watched and reacted to the live performance for the country’s participation in the upcoming Eurovision contest! Enjoy Mitika Katerina, Zeuteridis George and Koumbaros Apostolis in a reaction video, with detailed commentary on Denmark’s participation, for 2023!

You can enjoy his performance in the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2023 final below:

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Denmark: Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2023 final tonight!

The big day for the Danish Eurofans has arrived. Denmark will choose its representative at Eurovision 2023 tonight, with the grand final of the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2023 taking place in Næstved.

Eight artists participate in the final of the Danish national selection. The winner of the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2023 will represent the Nordic country in Turin.

These artists are:

  1. Frederik Leopold – “Stuck on You”
  2. EYJAA “I Was Gonna Marry Him”
  3. Micky Skeel “Glansbillede”
  4. maia maia “Beautiful Bullshit”
  5. Nicklas Sonne “Freedom”
  6. Mariyah LeBerg “Human”
  7. Søren Torpegaard Lund – “Lige her”
  8. Reiley – “Breaking My Heart”

A total of eight songs were selected for the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2023 after selection by the competent DR jury. The DMGP will have two rounds of voting. In the first round, three artists will be selected who will advance to the Super Final, exclusively by public vote. There a jury together with the TV audience will vote again to choose Denmark’s representative for Eurovision 2023.

Dansk Melodi Grand Prix will be presented for the third consecutive year by Tina Müller and Heino Hansen.

The final of the Danish national selection starts at 20:00 CET and will last for two hours. You can watch it through the official website of DR1, by clicking HERE.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the developments regarding Denmark’s participation in the Eurovision 2023 song contest.

Denmark: These are the hosts for Melodi Gran Prix 2023!

Earlier today, DR, the public broadcaster of Denmark, revealed the hosts of Melodi Grand Prix 2023, the country’s national final for Eurovision 2023.

This year the national final’s hosts will be the stand-up comedian Heino Hansen and DR hostess Tina Müller. In accordance to her hosting this year, Tina Müller has also hosted the two previous versions of Melodi Gran Prix.

Heino Hansen said:

“I’m really looking forward to hosting Danish Melodi Grand Prix. And then on my own home turf in Næstved, it couldn’t be better.”

Heino Hansen will replace Martin Brygmann, who was the co-host alongside Tina Müller in 2020 and 2021, when the final was recorded in Copenhagen.

We remind you that Melodi Gran Prix will take place in February 11 with only a Grand Final and eight songs competing.

The previous winners of Dansk Melodi Gran Prix and Denmark’s representatives in Eurovision 2022 were REDDI with the song “The Show“ but they didn’t manage to qualify for the final for the second year in a row, ending up in 13th place in the first semi-final:

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Denmark: Melodi Grand Prix final to take place on February 11!

Denmark’s public broadcaster, DR, announced that the final of Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2023, will take place in Νæstved, in Saturday, February 11.

It’s the first time that Næstved will host DMGP, with the national final taking place in Arena Næstved, with a capacity of 7.000 audience.

Eight songs will take part in the competition, with the submission currently being in progress until the 28th of October in the noon.

Gustav Lützhøft, the senior editor of DR Kultur, Debat og Musik said that:

“Dansk Melodi Grand Prix is a proud tradition and a musical festival, bringing us together across generations and music tastes. Therefore, again this year, what we want is to create a show that brings Danish people together in their homes, in their living rooms and celebrates music and the art of songwriting.”

Carsten Rasmussen, mayor of Næstved added on it and said:

“We are happy that DR has chosen Næstved as the venue for DMGP 2023. If we have to say so ourselves, it is obvious, because Næstved is a city with a lot of musical culture. We even have two DMGP winners: From Næstved Musikskole singer and actress Flora Ofelia, who won the children’s DMGP in 2015, and the Næstved Ungdomsskole drummer Ihan Haydar, who won the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix in 2012 and also competed last year.”

Τhe group Reddi won last year’s Dansk MGP and represented Denmark in Eurovision 2022 with the song “The Show”,  but didn’t manage to qualify for the final, ending up in 13th place of the first semi-final.

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Dansk participation at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, in the United Kingdom!