November 20, 2019

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A Friend in London, a Danish group who finished in fifth place at the 2011 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest with the song A New Tomorrow split up a couple of months ago, giving rise to a brand new solo career, that of lead vocalist, Tim Schou. Prior to the final of this year's edition of the international spectacle, Tim had the opportuntity to present his debut solo single Supernova whilst hosting the festivities at the Euroclub throughout the entire two weeks.

Speaking to Deo Grech, who was reporting on behalf of iNews during the duration of the 2014 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, Tim had tipped Armenia, Norway and Malta as his favourites to triumph in the competition, with the latter having real qualities which not many of the songs had. Since calling it a day, Tim Schou has been busy recording his debut album in Los Angeles and is looking forward to seeing the public reaction. Supernova is currently available on iTunes and could also be heard on Spotify. We urge you to stay tuned to even on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news.

Source: Tim Schou (Facebook & Twitter)

Denmark, host country of the 2014 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest is somewhat focusing on the major task at hand, but will nevertheless be responsible for an early dress rehearsal tomorrow evening as they host the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, the national selection which will see to the selection of the Scandinavian country. In recent years, the event has proven to be extremely successful, both in terms of quality of production and entries, noting the fame of acts such as A Friend In London and Emmelie de Forest who finished in fifth and first place in 2011 and 2013, respectively.

Earlier this morning, Danmarks Radio (DR) published the full versions of the competing entries in this years' edition of the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, with ten (10) acts vying to represent the host nation in the 2014 edition of the continental competition taking place in the B&W Hallerne, just outside of Copenhagen. Following the performances of all of the acts, the top three (3) entries will be selected by a panel of professional judges comprising of Jørgen de Mylius, Cutfather, Cheif1, Søs Fenger and Camille Jones as well as tele-voting, both having a 50% share. The super-final will also have the same system. You may follow the LIVE report by Emil Calleja Bayliss on, where you may also follow all the latest news about the 2014 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest.

Source: Danmarks Radio (DR)