Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest 1999

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Eurovision Song Contest 1999
Country  Denmark
National selection
Selection process Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 1999
Selection date(s) 13 March 1999
Selected entrant Trine Jepsen
and Michael Teschl
Selected song "This Time I Mean It"
Finals performance
Final result 8th, 71 points
Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1997 1999 2000►

For the Eurovision Song Contest 1999, Denmark used the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 1999 contest. The final was held on 13 March 1999 at the DR TV studios in Copenhagen, and was hosted by Keld Heick.

There were 5 songs in the final, with the winning song chosen by five juries; 4 televoting regions and an expert jury. The winner was Trine Jepsen and Michael Teschl with the song "Denne Gang", which was translated into English for Eurovision as "This Time I Mean It".

Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 1999 - Final[edit]

Draw Artist Song Place Points
1 Stine Findsen Flammer Under Vand 3 42
2 Clark Best Kys Mig I Nat 4 30
3 Jacob Haugaard 3 x Euro 2 44
4 Trine Jepsen & Michael Teschl Denne Gang 1 60
5 Susanne Marcussen To Hjerter 5 24

At Eurovision[edit]

After missing the 1998 contest, Denmark returned at Jerusalem for the 1999 contest. Jepsen and Teschl performed 9th on the night, following Norway and preceding France. At the close of the voting it had received 71 points, placing 8th in a field of 23.

Points Awarded to Denmark[edit]

Points Awarded to Denmark
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

Points Awarded by Denmark[edit]

12 points  Iceland
10 points  Sweden
8 points  Bosnia and Herzegovina
7 points  Netherlands
6 points  Norway
5 points  Germany
4 points  Estonia
3 points  Austria
2 points  Israel
1 point  United Kingdom