Denmark confirmed their participation for the thirteenth edition on 18 January 2015. It was also announced that the ninth edition of Dansk Melodi Grand Prix would be held to select their entry. Although it was reported that the previous edition's simplified format would be temporary, it was decided to keep it for further editions as it seemed to work. However, there will be a minor change with a fifth act being added: the returning act will be re-introduced to the selection. During the press conference, it was also revealed that the logo of the selection was altered.
Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 09 was the ninth edition of the Danish music competition that selected Denmark's entry for the North Vision Song Contest 13. Hosted by Lise Rønne and Pilou Asbæk, ten songs competed in the selection which consisted of one final held at B&W Hallerne in Copenhagen. The schedule of the selection was announced by the broadcaster on 29 January 2015 with the entries of the selection being presented on 31 January and 7 February 2015.
The final of the selection took place between 10 and 25 February 2015 at B&W Hallerne in Copenhagen. The ten songs of the selection competed in the final. "JKGLDOM" performed by Paw&Lina was selected as the winner by an international jury voting.
At the allocation draw, Denmark was drawn to perform in the first half of the second semi-final and later, was drawn to perform in the fourth position. Despite being high on the betting odds, the song did not manage to qualify from the semi-final. It was later revealed that Denmark ended up eighteenth in the semi-final with 36 points and therefore would have to participate in the pre-qualification round due to being in the bottom five.
A few days after the results, the nominations of the edition's awards were revealed with Denmark receiving two nominations: Best Northern song and Best Dance / R&B. The results were revealed two weeks later with Denmark winning none of the awards.
Both the semi-finals and the final were broadcast by DR. Nicolaj Molbech and Andrea Elizabeth were the final and semi-finals television commentators respectively while Mads Vangsø returned to serve as the radio commentator for this edition only as Ulla Essendrop wasn't able to do so. Tine Midtgaard was the spokesperson that announced the Danish voting in the final.