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Katy Bodtger - Denmark - Place 10

“Katy Bodtger with ”ooops I left the gas on" Denmark Joint

Anita Traversi (Switzerland), Siw Malmkvist (Sweden), Katy Bodtger (Denmark), Nora Brockstedt (Norway) , backstage on the Eurovision Song Contest 1960

Anita Traversi (Switzerland), Siw Malmkvist (Sweden), Katy Bodtger (Denmark), Nora Brockstedt (Norway) , backstage on the Eurovision Song Contest 1960

Grethe & Jorgen Ingmann, "Dansevise", winner song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1963

Grethe & Jorgen Ingmann, "Dansevise", winner song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1963

Katy Bodtger - "Det var en yndig tid" - Denmark - 4 points - 10th place - Eurovision Song Contest 1960

Katy Bodtger - "Det var en yndig tid" - Denmark - 4 points - 10th place - Eurovision Song Contest 1960

Grethe & Jorgen Ingmann, Dansevise", winner song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1963

Grethe & Jorgen Ingmann, Dansevise", winner song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1963

Grethe & Jorgen Ingmann, "Der Sommer ging vorüber", german version of the winner song Eurovision Song Contest 1963

Grethe & Jorgen Ingmann, "Der Sommer ging vorüber", german version of the winner song Eurovision Song Contest 1963

Grethe Ingmann and Jørgen Ingmann, representing Denmark, won the Eurovision Song Contest 1963 with the song "Dansevise".

Grethe Ingmann and Jørgen Ingmann, representing Denmark, won the Eurovision Song Contest 1963 with the song "Dansevise".

Katy Bodtger - Denmark - Place 10

Katy Bodtger - Denmark - Place 10

Katy Bodtger - Denmark - Place 10

Katy Bodtger - Denmark - Place 10

Eurovision Song Contest 1963: Nana Mouskouri (Luxembourg), Alain Barrière (France), Francoise Hardy (Monaco), Annie Palmen (The Netherlands), Jacques Raymond (Belgium), Grethe & Jorgen Ingmann (Denmark)

Eurovision Song Contest 1963: Nana Mouskouri (Luxembourg), Alain Barrière (France), Francoise Hardy (Monaco), Annie Palmen (The Netherlands), Jacques Raymond (Belgium), Grethe & Jorgen Ingmann (Denmark)

Song No. 4 - Denmark - Katy Bodtger - "Det var en yndig tid"

Song No. 4 - Denmark - Katy Bodtger - "Det var en yndig tid"

Ellen Winther - Denmark - Place 10

Ellen Winther - Denmark - Place 10

Katy Bodtger - Denmark - Place 10

Katy Bodtger - Denmark - Place 10

Katy Bodtger - Denmark - Place 10

Katy Bodtger - Denmark - Place 10

23 March 1963– The 8th Eurovision Song Contest is held in two studios at the BBC Television Centre, London. After much confusion regarding the results of the Norwegian jury, Denmark snatches victory from Switzerland after a close run. The Danish husband-and-wife duo Grethe and Jørgen Ingmann take the prize with "Dansevise".

Grethe & Jorgen Ingmann, Denmark, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1963

Katy Bodtger (with presenter Katie Boyle) - Denmark - Place 10

Katy Bodtger (with presenter Katie Boyle) - Denmark - Place 10

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