DR has opened an online to vote to find out who would have received the nations 12 points at Eurovision 2020.
The Danish public broadcaster has opened an online vote to determine who would have been the nations winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. Voting is open now until Saturday with the public able to pick up to three countries per day. The results of the vote will be revealed during Eurovision: Europe Shine a Light.
Denmark is one of a number of countries holding public votes to determine who would have received their 12 points at Eurovision 2020. Other countries holding TV shows to determine their winner include Germany, Iceland and Sweden.
Danish commentary of Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light will be provided by Ole Tøpholm. Ole has been the Danish commentator at the contest since the 2011 contest in Dusseldorf.
Denmark debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1957 alongside Austria and the United Kingdom. To date Denmark has won the contest on three occasions, the first being in 1963 when Grethe & Jorgen Ingmann performed “Dansevise”. Denmark won the contest again in 2000 represented by the Olsen Brothers, their most recent victory came in 2013 when Emmelie de Forest performed “Only Teardrops”. Denmark failed to qualify for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2015 and 2016.