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Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000

Eurovision Song Contest 2000
Country  Denmark
National selection
Selection process Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2000
Selection date(s) 19 February 2000
Selected entrant Olsen Brothers
Selected song "Fly on the Wings of Love"
Finals performance
Final result 1st, 195 points
Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest
2001►

"Fly on the Wings of Love" performed by the Olsen Brothers represented Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000. It was selected on 19 February 2000 at the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2000, performed in Danish as "Smuk som et stjerneskud" (Beautiful as a shooting star). Olsen Brothers went on to win that year's Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, Denmark's second Eurovision win.

Results

Draw Song Artist(s) Points Place
1 "Smuk som et stjerneskud" Brødrene Olsen 58 1st
2 "Lykkefugl" Trine Gadeberg 22 5th
3 "Hva' så med mig" Charlotte Vigel
4 "Den drømmende by" Johnny Jørgensen
5 "Julian" Lotte Lisby
6 "Lov mig at du bli'r her" Fenders
7 "Mayday, Mayday" Aida 38 4th
8 "Sig du vil ha' mig" Gry Johansen
9 "Stjernen der viser vej" Ole Skovhøj 42 2nd
10 "Uden dig" Sanne Gottlieb 40 3rd

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