Danish version of Flying the flag

by Charlotte Jensen 52 views

Our Danish partner site esconnet.dk has exclusively got the rights to publish the Danish /English version of the United Kingdom entry Flying the flag. Only twice before in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest has a foreign entry been recorded in Danish by the original artist.

In 1982 Nicole made a Danish version of her winning song. In Danish it was called En smule fred and in 2005 Bosnia-Herzegovina recorded their entry Call me which in the Danish / English version was changed to Ring nu. Danish is a small language and for foreigners it is known as being one of the most difficult languages to pronounce, however your esctoday.com editor who is a native Danish speaker concludes that Scooch would at any time be able to get a record deal singing in Danish. This is very impressive. For most native Danes it will simply not be possible to hear that Scooch are not native in this language.

Click here to listen to the Danish version.

For those who do not understand Danish we can assure that the Scooch has no plans to perform this in Danish at the Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki on 12th of May where they are automatically qualified for the final as a part of the so-called Big4.

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