Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2007

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Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2007
Date: 10 February 2007
Presenter: Camilla Ottesen & Adam Duvå Hall
Venue: Forum Horsens (other venues hosted semifinals)
Viewing figures (approx): 1,492,000[1]
Voting: Telephone and SMS voting
Winner: Drama Queen performed by DQ
Winner's result at Eurovision: SF: 19th

Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2007 was the selection for the song to represent Denmark at the Eurovision Song Contest 2007. Two semi-finals and two wildcard selections took place to select the 10 songs that would compete to sing for Denmark at the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki, Finland.

In each semi-final the viewers of DR chose which 4 songs would progress to the final through telephone and SMS voting. After the semi-finals two wildcard selections were held for the listeners of Danish radio stations P3 and P4, who selected two songs from those rejected in the semi-finals to progress to the final.

16 songs competed and the winner was "Drama Queen" sung by Peter Andersen as DQ, a wildcard entrant.

Final[edit]

Draw Singer Song Points Result
1 Annette Heick Copenhagen Airport 0 7th
2 Me & My Two Are Stronger Than One 8 6th
3 Annika Askman Fly 0 7th
4 Katrine Falkenberg It's A Beautiful Day 30 4th
5 Jacob Andersen Listen To Love 12 5th
6 Jørgen Olsen Vi Elsker Bare Danske Piger 0 7th
7 Danni Elmo Meaning Of Life 0 7th
8 Stig Rossen Så Nær Som Nu 42 3rd
9 James Sampson Say You Love Me 52 2nd
10 DQ Drama Queen 56 1st

Voting[edit]

[2]

Song North
Denmark
Central
Denmark
Southern
Denmark
Zealand Capital
Region
Total
Copenhagen Airport - - - - - 0
Two Are Stronger than One 4 - 4 - - 8
Fly - - - - - 0
It's a Beautiful Day 6 6 6 6 6 32
Listen To Love - 4 - 4 4 12
Vi elsker bare danske piger - - - - - 0
Meaning of Life - - - - - 0
Så nær som nu 10 8 8 8 8 42
Say You Love Me 8 12 12 10 10 52
Drama Queen 12 10 10 12 12 56

Semifinals[edit]

Semifinal 1[edit]

Semifinal 1
Date: 26 January 2007
Presenter: Camilla Ottesen & Adam Duvå Hall
Venue: Musikteatret, Holstebro
Voting: Telephone and SMS voting
Qualifiers: Listen To Love performed by Jacob Andersen, Copenhagen Airport performed by Annette Heick, Meaning Of Life performed by Danni Elmo and Fly performed by Annika Askman
Draw Singer Song
1 Christoffer Brodersen Paparazzi
2 Jacob Andersen Listen To Love
3 Dariana Charquero Baez &
Olau Finnemann Scheel
Flammer Indeni
4 Annette Heick Copenhagen Airport
5 Danni Elmo Meaning Of Life
6 Heidi Degn On Top Of The World
7 Annika Askman Fly
8 Cammille ft DJ Mary It Ain't For The Money

Semifinal 2[edit]

Semifinal 2
Date: 2 February 2007
Presenter: Camilla Ottesen & Adam Duvå Hall
Venue: Aalborghallen, Aalborg
Voting: Telephone and SMS voting
Qualifiers: Så Nær Som Nu performed by Stig Rossen, It's A Beautiful Day performed by Katrine Falkenberg, Say You Love Me performed by James Sampson and Two Are Stronger Than One performed by Me & My
Draw Singer Song
1 DQ Drama Queen
2 Aud Wilken Husker Du
3 Jørgen Olsen Vi Elsker Bare Danske Piger
4 Julie Lund Merhaba
5 Stig Rossen Så Nær Som Nu
6 Katrine Falkenberg It's A Beautiful Day
7 James Sampson Say You Love Me
8 Me & My Two Are Stronger Than One

P3 Wildcard Selection[edit]

P3 Wildcard Selection
Date: 5 February 2007 - 8 February 2007
Voting: Telephone and SMS voting
Qualifier: Drama Queen performed by DQ
Draw Singer Song Points Place
1 Cammille ft DJ Mary It Ain't For The Money 11% 3rd
2 Aud Wilken Husker Du 18% 2nd
3 Julie Lund Merhaba 11% 3rd
4 DQ Drama Queen 60% 1st

P4 Wildcard Selection[edit]

P4 Wildcard Selection
Date: 5 February 2007 - 8 February 2007
Voting: Telephone and SMS voting
Qualifier: Vi Elsker Bare Danske Piger performed by Jørgen Olsen
Draw Singer Song Points Place
1 Jørgen Olsen Vi Elsker Bare Danske Piger 47% 1st
2 Christoffer Brodersen Paparazzi 22% 2nd
3 Dariana Charquero Baez &
Olau Finnemann Scheel
Flammer Ideni 12% 4th
4 Heidi Degn On Top Of The World 18% 3rd

See also[edit]

ESC history[edit]

Sister contests[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jensen, Charlotte (2007-07-12). "Danish viewing figures". ESCToday. Retrieved 2008-09-12. 
  2. ^ Jensen, Charlotte (2007-02-11). "From ugly duckling to beautiful swan". ESCToday. Retrieved 2008-09-12. 

External links[edit]

References

Official site