Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the following artistes: Matija Serifovic; Dima Bilan; Alexander Rybak; Lena; Ell and Nikki; Loreen; Emmelie de Forest. "And who are they?" I hear you say. From Katrina and the Waves and Bucks Fizz through to the likes of 2012 Swedish winner Loreen and recent Danish champion Emmelie de Forest, there’s more than enough songs to choose from when it comes to picking a Eurovision favourite. 2013: Emmelie de Forest (Denmark) In what must be one of the most forgettable Eurovision entries, never mind winners, in recent years, de Forest's debut (and to date, only) album Only Teardrops was released two weeks prior to the final of the Eurovision final. Also on the fictional label is an artist played by Danish singer Emmelie de Forest, who won the 2013 Eurovision song contest (yep, in real life). Denmark won the contest the last time it was in Sweden, with Emmelie de Forest taking home the title from Malmö with her song "Only Teardrops". Denmark won the contest the last time it was in Sweden, with Emmelie de Forest taking home the title from Malmö with her song 'Only Teardrops'. Or I've had more wine, one or the other. History in the competition: Denmark have taken part ever since 1957, and have won three times, most recently in 2013 with Emmelie de Forest and Only Teardrops. Emmelie de Forest is just 20 years old, but has quite an impressive story to her name already. On the14th of May Emmelie de Forest will fly the Danish flag in the first semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013. Denmark emerged as the winners of Sunday's (May 19) Eurovision Song Contest, with 20-year-old singer Emmelie de Forest taking home the crown with her folk-pop selection 'Only Teardops.' The competition, held in Malmo, Sweden, also gave Scandanavian it's . Denmark's Emmelie de Forest has won this year's Eurovision Song Contest with her ethno-inspired flute and drum tune Only Teardrops. There was tough competition from spectacular stage shows by performers from Azerbaijan and Ukraine.