Denmark 2009

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Niels Brinck - "Believe Again"
Composed by: Lars Halvor Jensen, Martin M. Larsson, Ronan Keating

Useful Information About Denmark

Denmark is the oldest kingdom in Europe with a rich history of conquest, trade and culture. Regrettably, being lower even than the Netherlands, Denmark will be the first to disappear as the waters rise.

The 5.5 million people of Denmark speak a language they themselves do not understand, with a numbering system that contradicts all laws of Math. Its consonant-free nature did not stop Denmark from winning the Eurovision in 1963; they won again (in English) in 2000.

Facts
Capital: Copenhagen
Economy: Dairy products, beer, cookies, exploiting Greenland's natural resources and labour force, wind turbines
Famous landmarks: The Little Mermaid, Tivoli, Legoland, Birthe Kjær
Motto: "Kamelåså"


Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009

Ronan Keating, who has it all in life but for some reason keeps trying to get into Eurovision, has finally made it as a co-writer of the Danish entry.

Niels Brinck, himself sounding like Keating, won Dansk Melodi Grand Prix over the equally popular Johnny Deluxe and the heart-melting new discovery Hera Björk.



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· Denmark aims for victory - Thu 5 Jan

· Soluna Samay to Baku for Denmark [vid] - Sat 21 Jan

· Dane-jà vu - Wed 16 Jan

· Tonight: Denmark makes its selection - Sat 26 Jan

· Emmelie de Forest to Malmö for Denmark - Sun 27 Jan

· Denmark won, by the way - Sun 19 May

· It's the way they are - Sun 8 Feb