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Denmark will select it’s entry

Tonight, 10 artists will perform…. for an empty hall. One of them will be the Danish entrant for the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest, but due to the corona virus crisis the Danish final Melodi Grand Prix will be held without an audience.
Nevertheless, you can watch the show here. It starts at 20:00 CET. The ten contestants are:

  • Isam B, “Bølger”
  • Ben & Tan, “Yes”
  • Maja & De Sarte Sjæle, “Den eneste goth i Vejle”
  • Benjamin Kissi, “Faith”
  • Emil, “Ville ønske jeg havde kendt dig”
  • Sys Bjerre, “Honestly”
  • Jamie Talbot, “Bye bye heaven”
  • Sander Sanchez, “Screens”
  • Kenny Duerlund, “Forget it all”
  • Jasmin Rose feat. Roxorloops, “Human”

Isam B wrote and composed “Should have known better”, the song Soluna Samay brought at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest. Roxorloops took part in the 2006 Belgian national finals as a member of Beatoxic. The song for Emil was co-written by Tim Schou, who represented Denmark in 2011 as a member of the band A Friend In London.

Three songs, chosen by a 50% televoting and 50% experts jury, will head to a superfinal. Jury and televoters will select the winner out of these three.

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