The search for Ben & Tan’s successor is on. On Saturday 6 March, eight superstar acts will battle it out in Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2021. The winner’s prize? The right to represent Denmark at Eurovision 2021.
Only one act can win and fly the Danish flag in Rotterdam. Ahead of the final, we want to hear from our readers. Which act is your favourite? Listen to all of the songs competing in Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2021 and vote in our poll below.
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Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2021: Competing songs
Chief 1 & Thomas Buttenschøn – “Højt over skyerne”
Chief 1 & Thomas Buttenschøn channel legendary pop groups like The Supremes, The Foundations and The Chiffons with this 1960s-inspired pop track. Does “Højt over skyerne” get your vote?
Claudia Campagnol – “Abracadabra”
Abracadabra, alakazam. Claudia Campagnol sings a sweet soaring melody above gentle piano chords on this magical track. Is “Abracadabra” your favourite?
Emma Nicoline – “Står lige her”
Emma Nicoline’s dark electro-pop track features powerful beats and catchy riffs. Is “Står lige her” your favourite?
Fyr & Flamme – “Øve os på hinanden”
With a sing-a-long melody and synths galore, Fyr og Flamme fuse 1960s and 1980s pop with “Øve os på hinanden”. They’re one of the bookmaker’s favourites to win DMGP this year. Should this be Denmark’s song for Rotterdam?
Jean Michel – “Beautiful”
Jean Michel appeared on the fifth season of The X Factor Denmark in 2012 alongside singing partner Nicoline Simone. Now, he’s competing in DMGP as a solo artist with this uplifting pop track. Does “Beautiful” get your vote?
Mike Tramp – “Everything Is Alright”
Mike Tramp represented Denmark at Eurovision in 1978 as part of the band Mabel with “Boom Boom”. Since then, he’s had an extremely successful career as a member of many bands and as a solo artist. More than 40 years later, he wants to go back to Eurovision for Denmark. Is “Everything Is Alright” your favourite?
The Cosmic Twins – “Silver Bullet”
The Cosmic Twins — identical twin brothers Chris and Alec — serve dark synths and saxophone riffs on their Europop song “Silver Bullet”. Should this be Denmark’s song for Rotterdam?
Nanna Olivia – “Hvileløse hjerter”
Nanna Olivia says her breezy pop track “Hvileløse hjerter” is about learning to move on from a broken heart. It’s a message that could resonate with a lot of listeners. Does she get your vote?
Poll: Who should win Denmark’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2021?
Which act is your favourite? You can vote for as many songs as you like, but you can only vote once. This poll will close just before the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix final on Saturday 6 March.
Which song did you vote for? Who do you think will win Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2021 and represent Denmark at Eurovision? Let us know in the comments below.