Germany in the Eurovision Dance Contest
Germany took part in the first Eurovision Dance Contest in 2007. The country decided to send Wolke Hegenbarth and Allan Frank to the contest on 30 June 2007 in a national selection event; though Allan Frank later withdrew because of difficulties with his schedule. He has been replaced by Oliver Seefeldt. The dances that were performed at the contest were Samba dance and Freestyle. Germany came eighth after receiving 59 points from 10 countries.
|Member station||WDR (ARD)|
|National selection events|
|Best result||8th, 2007|
|Worst result||8th, 2007|
|Germany's page at Eurovision.tv|
- Table key
|2007||Wolke Hegenbarth and Oliver Seefeldt||Samba and Freestyle||8||59|
Commentators and spokespersonsEdit
|Year(s)||Television commentator||Dual television commentator||Spokesperson|
|2007||Peter Urban||Markus Sonyi||Alice Kessler and Ellen Kessler|
|2008||No broadcast||Germany did not participate|
Germany has received the most points from...
Germany has given the most points to...
- "Korb für Dance Contest". www.wr.de. June 13, 2008. Retrieved 27 December 2020.
- "ARD zieht sich vom «Dance Contest» zurück". Quotenmeter. 13 June 2008. Retrieved 27 December 2020.
- Granger, Anthony (29 May 2011). "What caused the death of the Eurovision Dance Contest?". Eurovoix.xom. Eurovoix.com. Retrieved 22 June 2014.