On Saturday we will find out, who Denmark chooses to represent them at Eurovision just across the Öresund Bridge in Malmö, when Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2024 gets underway from Copenhagen.

The running order is also out, and you can see that down below.

8 acts battle it out in the Danish final, among them Eurovision alum Basim and popstar Aura Dione. You can read more about all the entries, but which one is your favourite? Go vote in our poll below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Denmark has quite a historic track record to live up to, because when Loreen wins Eurovision the year before, the contest is held in Malmö and Petra Mede is hosting, then Denmark wins! So let’s see if the winner of DMGP 2024 can live up to the high expectations.

Running order of DMGP 2024

  1. Saba – “Sand”
  2. Stella – “Sign Here”
  3. CHU CHU – “The Chase (Zoom Zoom)”
  4. Basim – “Johnny”
  5. RoseeLu – “Real Love”
  6. UBLU – “Planetary Hearts”
  7. Janus Wiberg – “I Need Your Love”
  8. Aura Dione – “Mirrorball Of Hope”

Who should win Denmark’s DMGP 2024?

Vote in our poll below to tell us who your favourites are. You can vote for as many acts as you like, but remember to choose wisely, because you can only vote once.

Listen to all songs in Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2024

Who is your favourite? And which of the acts could get Denmark back into the Eurovision final for the first time in five years? Let us know in the comments below.

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Artus
Artus
13 days ago

Stella’s song is the only one I genuinely like.
Her voice is so unique and the way the line “Sign here” is repeated sounds epic to me.

Dane
Dane
15 days ago

Chu Chu is my winner, but Saba will probably win and that is also fine

MarkESC
MarkESC
15 days ago
Reply to  Dane

Right now
ChuChu, Janus or Ublu for me
Would love something a bit different

Saba is fine for me aswell if i have to choose among some of the more popular before the show

Basims messege and story touches me

Im afraid that we will choose Aura tho.

Dane
Dane
14 days ago
Reply to  MarkESC

I also want something different, but we both know that our fellow danes would never vote for something different.

I mean Aura would be fine for me too, but I’m still rooting for Chu Chu or Saba

Thallo
Thallo
15 days ago

It’s hilarious how Copenhagen is renowned to be one of the hippest cities with the coolest people on Earth, yet their national selection is as bland and boring as mayonnaise.

You know things are bad when any song from Ireland’s selection could win DMGP.

Ari
Ari
15 days ago
Reply to  Thallo

I was thinking the same thing. For me, Denmark is one of the number 1 places to be in the entire world. You’d never guess it from the music this selection. Although I could make a similar case for Sweden.

Anna
Anna
15 days ago

They’re all so unispiring to me, I geniuenly don’t know who I should vote for.

I wish we’d focus on creating our own unique brand instead of trying and failing to be Melodifestivalen every year. Not having a single song in Danish is wild to me but says a lot about Danes perception of our language.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
15 days ago
Reply to  Anna

Even though we had Danish language songs in past editions, even a winner in 2021.

Benji
Benji
15 days ago

But even if they had stronger songs, it’s very likely they would select the wrong one again. Like last year, instead of “I Was Gonna Marry Him” (which even didn’t reach the superfinal) they decided to send a song which finished with 6 points in the semifinal. The year before that, a wrong decision too – instead of “Halleluyah” they preferred to send a song which was a sure NQ.

MarkESC
MarkESC
15 days ago
Reply to  Benji

Have to ask you if you watched the national finals or just was listening to the studio version of the songs before the shows and then just looked at the results afterwards?..

MarkESC
MarkESC
15 days ago
Reply to  Benji

“i was gonna marry him” was staged very poorly.. also looked wrong with two sisters both in wedding dress singing a boy they would merry.. or one of them but why was the other in wedding dress.. it was weird and they did not have the best vocal performance..

Same with Halleluja in 2022.. almost embarrassing that they reached top 3 i believe one of them had a strong vocal performance and the two others were way off… I agree we chose the wrong both years.. but “i was gonna marry him” and “Halleluja” was definitely not the right ones

Benji
Benji
15 days ago
Reply to  MarkESC

Well, I’m aware of the fact that the live performance didn’t sound that great as the studio version, in both cases (a similar case as with Sara Siipola this year). But there’s a chance their performance would have improved until May so they might have achieved better results than the songs chosen. Or maybe I’m just subjective because I loved these two songs and am sorry that they won’t be recorded in the ESC-history as songs which represented Denmark.

MarkESC
MarkESC
15 days ago
Reply to  Benji

The thing is that in Denmark we see maybe a few names that we knew before the contest.. that means we judge mostly from that one performance and we dont know how good they are and if they just had a bad day so they have that one shot Confession had 2 shots with the superfinal performance and did not get better.. Well i dont know who we shouldve picked in 2022 Maybe fuld effekt for the fun party and different vibes.. everything else was horrible honestly.. well fuld effekt wasnt great either but at least they had energi which… Read more »

MarkESC
MarkESC
15 days ago
Reply to  Benji

I agree with Sara siipola
The vocals wasnt the best unfortunately but great song and good staging

Just cant really vote for someone when they dont give you a reason for it
If someone sings better then why should i trust someone else based on a studio recording and hope ?

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
15 days ago
Reply to  Benji

The best option for Denmark last year was Nicklas Sonne

MarkESC
MarkESC
15 days ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

100% strong vocal and you could see how he had worked on every movement and everything down to the camera shots was thought through like 100 times.. it looked way more complete and professional than everything else on that stage and the song was pretty good aswell
Denmark agreed but jury didnt

Karl
Karl
16 days ago

Not even one song in Danish? Hard pass.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
15 days ago
Reply to  Karl

2021 entry was in danish and you guys ignored it so no more songs in danish now

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
15 days ago
Reply to  Simon Falk

Song in Danish did progress to the superfinal last year tho

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
15 days ago
Reply to  Karl

Language is not a defining or winning factor. The song and performance matter the most.

Yuarith
Yuarith
16 days ago

I don’t get Saba’s appeal, Chu Chu and Ublu are better imo. Idk if either can make it out of the SF, but I really vibed with them and they’re bringing something different to the table

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
16 days ago
Reply to  Yuarith

Saba’s song is painfully generic

Oy oy
Oy oy
16 days ago

I really enjoy watching Denmark’s Melodi Grand Prix,- always so much enthusiasm and good vibes! This year I can’t see a clear winner, will be interesting to see if any of the songs really come to life on stage.

ESC Serg
ESC Serg
16 days ago

Basim for positive vibes and great storytelling, Chu Chu for making something different, especially for Denmark. The rest is just there

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
16 days ago

Saba by far. Also, it is the weakest final in DK for as long as I remember. By far. In any case, only Sand sounds like a good option. I have not even listened to the other songs a second time.

But again, let’s wait and see the performances. Sometimes, things look and sound different (as they did in UMK 2024).

Held og lykke til alle!

Denis
Denis
16 days ago

I agree we should be positive. The line up is solid, much more so than usually from Denmark. Solid strong scandipop songs, no song is really bad.
UBLU is my favourite but I don’t think it will win. Good luck to all

Jonas
Jonas
16 days ago

Basim, for the lyrics.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
16 days ago

UBLU!

MarkESC
MarkESC
16 days ago

Oh so many fans again here on wiwi being negative and kinda disrespectful to the participants.. So much hate towards some national finals Germany gets a lot of negativity which they dont deserve and this one aswell.. We dont know for sure how the songs work on stage yet but some fans are quick to judge something out which will hold them away to stay open for the live performance.. it seems to have a lot to do with the mindset.. some fans just got their favorite countries and are open to most of what comes out from there while… Read more »

Hélène
Hélène
15 days ago
Reply to  MarkESC

Have you seen the comments section underneath Melodifestivalen? I don’t think so. If you write something positive about Sweden you get at minimum 30 dislikes. And the other way also goes. Write something bad about Sweden and you get a lot of thumbs up. So it is not true at all. Your comment is if fact a proof.

Lolek
Lolek
16 days ago

My personal favourite is Saba’s song, however I think Chu Chu and Roseelu’s songs could also make for good choices.

Dominic
Dominic
16 days ago

I agree with the comments. These songs are either messy or unexciting. I can’t see Denmark qualifying at this point. My winner is Basim, because the song is pleasant and feels personal with its message. It wouldn’t come close to winning any of the other selections, unfortunately.

Mikael
Mikael
16 days ago

Boooooooring!
PS. I am Danish

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
16 days ago
Reply to  Mikael

Indifferent and unexciting. What a pity for my beloved Denmark!

Mikael
Mikael
16 days ago
Reply to  Poul Riisen

I totally agree

Truth
Truth
16 days ago

Finland rising in odds! Everyone who says they won’t even reach top 10 is purely delusional!

Fatima
Fatima
16 days ago
Reply to  Truth

They will reach top 10! And I should know, I’m Dame Shirley Bassey.

Californian
Californian
16 days ago
Reply to  Truth

Keep dreaming. Finland won’t reach Top 10. Firstly, there is jury voting. We all know how Windows95man did among the jury. Secondly, Finland cannot vote for their own country. Mostly Finns like their silly entry.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
16 days ago
Reply to  Californian

That doesn’t mean they can’t get top 5 in the televote

Denis
Denis
16 days ago
Reply to  Truth

Last year Let 3 also rised in the odds.. and how did they do?

Ari
Ari
16 days ago
Reply to  Denis

Well enough.

ANDREW BROWN
ANDREW BROWN
16 days ago

Beige selection sorry

Nils
Nils
16 days ago
Reply to  ANDREW BROWN

Indeed. That’s why I voted for Chu Chu. She’s the only one daring to be different.

Jonas
Jonas
16 days ago
Reply to  Nils

Basim is daring to be different. How many Eurovision songs have featured palliative care patients?

Ari
Ari
16 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

the composition is such a whatever melody though. Not different at all.

Jonas
Jonas
16 days ago
Reply to  Ari

“Whatever” is generous, it is worse than that… but the lyrics are good. Hopefully if he wins he can stretch “revamp” to a whole new sound, melody, and production.

Musiclover
15 days ago
Reply to  Ari

Like Italy ..

Andy
Andy
16 days ago

UBLU – Planetary Hearts

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
16 days ago

Whilst I’m not sure if Denmark can reach the final, I’m certain Sand will be the favourite. However it feels too generic, so I went for the out of the box options of Ublu and Chu Chu.

Leo M
Leo M
16 days ago

Sand is the best of a bad lot, I struggle to see any of these making it to the final

Ari
Ari
16 days ago

Only Teardroooops.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
16 days ago

there are two queens in this world, one is the queen of country in the US: Reba McEntire

and one exists in denmark, the queen of quirky earwurm pop: Queen Aura Dione, Mirrorball of Hope is on same levels of i will always love you monday for me personally!

grft
grft
16 days ago

Nobody <3