Anja Nissen: ‘ Australia wanted me at Eurovision ’
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Anja Nissen State Saturday in the final of Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2016. Yet she is born and raised in Australia, and was once asked to represent her home country in the Eurovision song contest.
Anja Nissen was born in Sydney, but her parents are Danish of origin and emigrated to Australiain their youth. That explains why she somewhat in the Danish for round takes office. The winner of The Voice Australia said in an interview with ESC Daily that it originally planned to represent Australia on the Eurovision song contest.
‘ I was asked for the Eurovision song contest, but unfortunately is that nothing is printed out. I would really like to like to sing on the song festival ‘, according to Nissen who takes office with Never Alone“, a song by Emmelie the Forest. The song was actually once already by the Eurovision winner from 2013 sung on a stage, but they never brought it out and therefore the Danes looked the flaw by the fingers.
‘ It’s a lot of fun and energetic song where everyone is in. It’s fine for the Eurovision song contest because it is about that everyone must come together ‘, it sounds. Despite the fact that she has dual citizenship, she is a bit nervous. ‘ I learn only just Danish, so that’s quite used to it. Fortunately, I do have the experience of The Voice‘, it sounds.
Australia would be represented this year by Delta Goodrem. ‘ It would be so weird if I Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2016 would win. I would be in Stockholm against her. That I actually don’t, because Delta is super ‘, which is not the only decision niches that artist was asked to participate. Rather was also already known that Kylie Minogue was polled.