In just a few hours Denmark will select its Eurovision 2016 act. Ten hopefuls will take to the stage during tonight’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix but only one will make it to Stockholm. We’ve been asking y’all to vote for your favourites since 11 January, and now, after counting 1,502 votes, we can reveal your winner.
With a grand total of 490 votes or 32.62% of all votes cast, Simone and “Heart Shaped Hole” topped the poll. The singer has come close to representing her country twice before, could it be third time lucky?
Voice of Australia winner Anja Nissen occupies second spot with the Emmelie de Forrest penned “Never Alone”. Despite some controversy surrounding the song, she polled an impressive 350 votes or 23.3% of all votes cast.
Faroe Islands native Kristel Lisberg comes a distant third with “Who Needs A Heart”. Whatever about a heart, she’ll definitely need a boost if she’s to catchup with our leading ladies, at least if our readers are to be trusted. She received 158 votes or 10.52% of all votes cast.
Muri & Mario land at fourth with “To Stjerner”. If this is replicated in real life, they’ll just miss out on a place in the super-final. However, with 117 votes or 7.79% they’re considerably ahead of the remaining six acts. None of the other contenders managed to break the 100 vote mark.