Dannii Minogue Drops Major Hint For Eurovision Song Contest 2024

21 December 2023 | 4:40 pm | Jessie Lynch

"The stage is set…and the countdown has begun!"

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Dannii Minogue has dropped a major hint that could very well be representing Australia at the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest.

The singer reposted a tweet by the official Eurovision account on X (formerly Twitter), leading many to believe she’ll be taking part in the 68th Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, Sweden.

The post read: “Good folk of Europe and beyond … say ‘hej’ to the #Eurovision2024 stage!”

Minogue reposted the video with a message that read: “The stage is set…and the countdown has begun!”

Adding fuel to the fire, the official Eurovision account replied: “I… begin to wonder” alongside a GIF of Dannii in the film clip of her 2003 track.

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Fans quickly went into meltdown over the cryptic exchange, with one fan speculating: “3 theories here.. 1. Dannii is representing 🇦🇺 2. Since she was Dami Im’s coach on X Factor, maybe she helped Dami choose a song, 3. Australia Decides returns and Dannii hosts.”

Another added, “Dannii are you saying what I think you’re saying???”

The potential news comes amid a big 2023 for Dannii, who hosted the hit British TV show I Kissed A Boy and released her new single, We Could Be The One.

She also celebrated the 20th anniversary of her fourth — and most successful — album Neon Nights, which debuted at #8 in the UK and reached Gold status, back in April.

On Saturday (Dec. 16), it was revealed that Olly Alexander will be representing the UK at next year's Eurovision Song Contest.

“I can exclusively reveal I will be representing the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest!” the Years And Years frontman revealed. “I’m planning it now. It’s going to be spectacular. I love Eurovision so much. It’s a dream come true. I’m just so, so, so excited. It’s going to be great!”

Next year’s event follows Australia’s Voyager placing ninth in the Grand Final at the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest.