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DMGP 2022 songs to get released on February 10th

Denmark is back for a big show!

According to the Danish broadcaster DR, the songs that will compete in the upcoming edition of DMGP will be released on February 10. It is the first taste we will get for the national final that will go down on March 5th. A total of eight songs will compete in the show with the winner representing Denmark in Turin. The show will take place in the Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning.

Songs February 10th – Final on March 5th

The submission window was open till October 29 and now we know that we get to hear the final eight songs, who will compete to represent Denmark in Eurovision 2022, on February 10. The final will take place on March 5th and will be hosted by Tina Müller together with Martin Brygmann for the second year in a row. For the sixth time, the Danish representative will be chosen in Herning. Tickets for the show are already on sale as a live audience will return for the first time since 2019!

Moreover, it was also revealed, that this year’s artist Fyr og Flamme will be opening the show in Herning.

Denmark at Eurovision 2021

Back in April last year, DR wasted no time in confirming that they would be hosting Dansk Melodi Grand Prix in 2021, and thus would not be internally-selecting Ben & Tan following the cancellation of Eurovision 2020. Although the duo submitted an entry for the selection, the broadcaster ended up declining it.

In March, DR hosted DMGP as a one-night selection featuring eight competing acts. Following two rounds, Fyr & Flamme’s “Øve os på hinanden” triumphed in the televote-only super final. The song was DR’s first entry to be entirely in Danish since 1997. The entry had immense public support prior to Eurovision, becoming the first Danish Eurovision entry to top the singles chart since 2013.

Unfortunately, this didn’t quite convert to success in Rotterdam. After closing the second semi-final, “Øve os på hinanden” placed 11th with 89 points. This was Denmark’s first non-qualification since 2016.

Are you happy to see Dansk Melodi Grand Prix back? Who would you like to see represent them next? Let us know! Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates! Also, be sure to follow us on Spotify and YouTube to see our reactions to the news in the run up to the 2022 national final season!

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