Best of Eurovision

#POLL – Best of Eurovision – DENMARK’s Odd Years

Building on the success of our Best of the Big 5 series, Eurovision Ireland is now broadening its search for your favourite entries from countries across the continent, spanning the contest’s entire back catalogue – that’s well over 1500 songs!

We asked you which group of countries you wanted us to look at next and thousands of you voted. You wanted us to head around Scandinavia in search of your favourites and have already crossed Iceland and Finland off our Nordic itinerary – so next up, it’s Denmark!

They may be the smallest Scandinavian country, but what Denmark lacks up in size it more than makes up for in Eurovision know-how! The first Nordic country to win the contest back in 1963, they also boast an impressive 14 Top 5 finishes. If that wasn’t enough, just over half of ALL Denmark’s Eurovision entries finished in the Top 10 – proving rather conclusively that size matters not! So the question now is, which Danish Eurovision entry is your favourite?

Denmark have entered the Eurovision Song Contest 48 times and as always, we’ve still split the songs between Odd and Even Years. This week you’ll get to vote for your favourite Danish entries from their Odd Year Entries – songs that entered in years ending in 1,3,5,7 or 9.

Don’t spot your favourite below? Don’t fret! Even Year Entries are coming next week! As always, the Top 10 entries from both semi finals will then go on to the grand final, where you will vote for your overall winner. Don’t forget, your winner will be entered in the Eurovision Ireland Hall of Fame, so what are you waiting for? Get voting!

REMEMBER! AS ALWAYS, YOU CAN VOTE FOR YOUR TOP 10!

Author: James Scanlan
Source: Eurovision Ireland

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