TEL AVIV (Ekstra Bladet) Rasmussen has even been there. The front on the Eurovision stage in front of up to 200 million tv viewers with a burning desire to do well for his country. Tonight is the square leonora's, and last year's Danish Eurovision Song Contest participant is curious as to how it's going to go to her.
- the Song is completely without comparison. It is the problem. Therefore, it is really hard to guess how it will go, says Jonas Flodager Rasmussen to Ekstra Bladet.
Last year he got a more than approved 9.place in the finals with his vikingeshow with the wind and tricky snow. In the year it is a big blue chair, which constitutes the Danish show. Question is whether it is enough.
- I think, well, the song can be anything, if it works well on the screen. And certain it is, that the team in Tel Aviv must deliver, says Rasmussen.
The 33-year-old singer recalled with great joy the last year's Eurovision in Lisbon, and he'd like that he was in leonora's shoes in these days.
It was the wildest experience, and I'd like to do it all over again. I really hope that He enjoys it and takes it in, says Rasmussen, and comes with the following advice for this year's Danish Eurovision-hope.
Smile, be positive and let the taxi wait the extra ten minutes it takes to get the picture taken with the fans, he says.
on Wednesday night, appeared Thursday for the juries around Europe. Tonight it's the viewers that need to see her sing 'Love is Forever'. Juryernes and viewers ' votes count for 50 percent each.
They sit in the Danish jury
Henrik Milling - radio host
Katinka Bjerregaard - singer
Johnny Reimar - singer
Anders Bisgaard - radio host, P4
Julie Berthelsen, singer and number two at this year's Melodi Grand Prix
the Show will be aired on DR1 from the bell 21, and around 23 o'clock we know about Leonora, and Denmark is ready for Saturday's big finale.
He won in February, the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix and in the evening represent Denmark at the Eurovision Song Contest. Photo: Mogens Flindt