DENMARK – Denmark will not compete in JESC, however, their participation in Eurovision 2022 has been confirmed by the Danish national broadcaster.
This will be Denmark’s 50th appearance in the Eurovision Song Contest. The Dansk Melodi Grand Prix will be used to choose their entry once again, with the final on March 5.
Following their participation, DR has declared that they would choose their Eurovision representative for 2022 through the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix. On March 5, a one-night selection will be placed, with a total of eight songs competing.
- A composer, lyricist, or performer must be a Danish citizen or have a close connection to Denmark, such as living in Denmark or being married to a Dane.
- Competition is also open to residents of the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
- All songs must be original and have never been performed in public or made available on the internet.
- Composers and lyricists are allowed to enter multiple times.
- Political messaging, swear words, or other objectionable languages must not be used in the lyrics.
- A professional jury assembled by DR will examine all songs that match the competition conditions. The jury’s final decision is final and cannot be overturned.
- Those involved are not allowed to share any specifics about their entries until DR reveals the song titles and writers of the chosen songs.
- During the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix final, all vocals must be done live.