With the 68th Eurovision Song Contest rolling into Malmö in May, following Loreen’s iconic win for Sweden last year, all eyes will be on Skåne to see which country gets to lift the glass trophy in 2024. Could it be a Nordic nation that does it again?… Well, all 5 of them have now selected the songs they’ll be sending next month.

Host nation Sweden has got Norwegian twins Marcus & Martinus representing them. The brothers are now based in Sweden having won the Swedish version of The Masked Singer. And now that the Swedish viewers of Melodifestivalen have voted the boys as having the best song, it’s Unforgettable that will be Sweden’s entry on home soil.

Over in Norway, it’s the alternative rock band Gåte that will be heading across the border to perform for their country. Their song Ulveham is the first Norwegian-language Eurovision entry since 2006.

In Iceland, the singer Hera Björk makes a return to the Eurovision Song Contest, having previously taken her country to the Grand Final in 2010, with Je Ne Sais Quoi. For the 2024 contest, the Icelandic performer will be singing her dance anthem Scared Of Heights.

Last year’s runners-up to Sweden, Finland, are returning with another show-stopping entry that leans into the more entertaining side of the Contest. No Rules by Windows96man takes us back to the cheesier side of ‘90s and ‘00s Europop. And it’s a trip that no doubt plenty of viewers will be happy to take in May.

Finally, in Denmark, it will be SABA taking the short trip over the Øresund Bridge to perform her bittersweet yet uplifting break-up anthem SAND. She might well be spurred on by the fact that the last time the Contest was held in Malmö, Denmark went home with the trophy!

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