Denmark in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005

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Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005
Country Denmark
National selection
Selection processMGP 2005
Selection date(s)17 September 2005
Selected entrantNicolai Kielstrup
Selected song"Shake Shake Shake"
Finals performance
Final result4th, 121 points
Denmark in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest
◄2004 2005

Denmark participated at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005, sending their third entry to the contest. The Danish entry was Nicolai Kielstrup with the song "Shake Shake Shake", which was the winner of the Danish national selection MGP 2005.

MGP 2005[edit]

DR held the 6th edition of the MGP contest on 17 September 2005 to select the Danish entry to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The 2005 contest was held at the DR TV Studios in Copenhagen, hosted by Jacob Riising.[1]

The winner was chosen through two rounds of televoting and SMS voting: firstly, the top 5 songs were selected from the 10 competing songs to progress to a Super Final, where the final winner was chosen through another round of televoting. The votes were distributed among a number of regions, who gave points to each song.

The winner was Nicolai Kielstrup with his song "Shake Shake Shake", receiving 96 points.[2]

Draw Artist Song Result
1 Annisette & Nanna "Venindetanker" Out
2 Marieke "Musikken" Out
3 Lucas "Fest her" Super Final
4 Jeans "Jeg ka' nemli' godt li' dig" Out
5 Karoline & Zoe "Et stjerneskud" Out
6 L.B.S. "Superman" Super Final
7 Signe K "Kære fru lærer" Super Final
8 Twiz "Du må forstå" Super Final
9 Julia "Sol og sommer" Out
10 Nicolai "Shake Shake Shake" Super Final

Super Final[edit]

Artist Song Points Place
Lucas "Fest her" 58 4
L.B.S. "Superman" 42 5
Signe K "Kære fru lærer" 64 2
Twiz "Du må forstå" 60 3
Nicolai "Shake Shake Shake" 96 1

At Junior Eurovision[edit]

Nicolai performed 2nd in the running order of the contest, held in Hasselt, Belgium, following Greece and preceding Croatia. At the close of the voting Denmark received 121 points, placing 4th of the 16 competing entries, Denmark's best placing at the contest.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Bakker, Sietse (2005-09-17). "Tonight: a busy night in junior land!". ESCToday. Retrieved 2009-06-12. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ "Danes select Nicolai Kielstrup to go to Hasselt". ESCToday. 2005-09-18. Retrieved 2009-06-12. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)