Denmark was represented at the Eurovision Song Contest 1993 by the Tommy Seebach Band and " Under stjernerne på himlen", the winners of the Danish national final, Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 1993.
Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 1993 [ edit ]
Danmarks Radio (DR) continued to use the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix contest to select the Danish entry for Eurovision. The 1993 edition of Dansk Melodi Grand Prix was held on 3 April in Odense, hosted by Keld Heick and Kirsten Siggaard. Ten songs competed in the contest with two rounds of voting selecting the winner: a 9-person jury selected the top 5 songs which progressed forward to a public televoting which selected the final winner.
The winner of Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 1993 was the
Tommy Seebach Band with the song " Under stjernerne på himlen", composed by Tommy Seebach and host Keld Heick. This was Seeback's seventh appearance at Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, having previously won twice (in 1979 and 1981 (with Debbie Cameron) as well as placing 2nd in 1982, 4th in 1984, 2nd in 1985 and 4th in 1987.
Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 1993 - 3 April 1993
"Går det ikk', går det nok"
"Født til kærlighed"
"Elsker kun dig"
Ditte Højgaard Andersen
"Der er mer' imellem dig og mig"
Anne Karin Broberg
"Hvor er din drøm"
Tommy Seebach Band "
Under stjernerne på himlen"
At Eurovision [ edit ]
Seebach performed 5th at the Eurovision Song Contest 1993 in
Millstreet, Ireland, following Switzerland and preceding Greece. "Under stjernerne på himlen" placed 22nd of the 25 competing countries, receiving a total of 9 points (highest 5 points were from Bosnia and Herzegovina). This relegated Denmark from competing in the Eurovision Song Contest 1994, after placing in the bottom 6 entries.
Points Awarded by Denmark [1 ] [ edit ]
Points awarded to Denmark [ edit ]
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in the Eurovision Song Contest
(Note: Entries scored out are when Denmark did not compete)