Make your #MyEurovisionIdea happen for 2014

Make your #MyEurovisionIdea happen for 2014
#JoinUs: Theme art in 2014, DR has presented the theme art for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. Photo: DR
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Have you always had an idea what could be happening during the interval act at the Eurovision Song Contest? If you share it this year with the organiser, it might just happen!

It’s one of the world’s biggest TV shows, followed by some 180 million people in more than 40 countries. And it could be your idea that they will see during the show for four minutes!

But how? Today, DR, the Host Broadcaster of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest has started a campaign #MyEurovisionIdea where fans all over the world can send in their ideas and the best ones will be used in the show!

How you can help:

  1. Think of an idea for the ultimate interval act for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest
  2. Share your idea on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram - and use the hashtag #MyEurovisionIdea
  3. Remember that your status on Facebook to be public, and your privacy settings must be set to public on Instagram, so DR can see your suggestion
  4. The most amazing ideas become reality on TV in May 2014!

You can send in your ideas till the 31st of January. You can also read how it works exactly on

Looking for great ideas

"We believe that there are a lot of creative forces out among viewers throughout Europe and those we would like to leave a voice. Therefore, we now call on all those who have ideas and opinions about how one of the numbers in the show should look like to send in their proposals," says DR’s Show Producer, Jan Lagermand Lundme.

"It can be anything under the sun! A proposal for wild costumes or a crazy set design. An artist who creates something really special or a reunion with old or new Eurovision Song Contest stars. Small and big ideas that we can put together the most amazing number," he explains.

All ideas will be checked by DR's creative team and will be made happen if possible, Lundme adds: "We have the energy, spirit and desire to make it all happen. There can of course be good ideas that are not possible to put into practice but come and try to challenge us!"

The next Eurovision Song Contest will be held on the 6th, 8th and 10th of May on Copenhagen, Denmark.