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X Factor Denmark is the Danish syndication of The X Factor.

Judges

Hosts

Series 1

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Series 1 began on January 4, 2008 with a judging lineup of Remee, Lina Rafn and Thomas Blachman and hosted by Lise Rønne. This season was eventually won by 15-year-old Martin Hoberg Hedegaard who was mentored by Remee in the 15-24s category.

Series 2

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Series 2 began on January 2, 2009, and utilized the same panel from the first season, as well as the host, Lise Rønne. This season was eventually won by 35-year-old Linda Andreasen who was mentored by Lina Rafn in the Over 25s category.

Series 3

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Series 3 began on January 1, 2010, and marked the departures of Lina Rafn and Thomas Blachman while Remee remained. Their replacements were Pernille Rosendahl and Soulshock. Signe Muusmann replaced Lise Rønne as host. This season was eventually won by 30-year-old Thomas Ring Petersen who was mentored by Pernille Rosendahl in the Over 25s category.

Series 4

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Series 4 began on January 1, 2011, and marked the departures of Remee and Soulshock while Pernille Rosendahl remained. Their replacements were Cutfather and Thomas Blachman. Lise Rønne returned as host. This season was eventually won by 15-year-old Sarah Skaalum Jørgensen who was mentored by Cutfather in the 15-24s category.

Series 5

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Series 5 began on January 1, 2012, and utilized the same panel from the fourth season, as well as the host, Lise Rønne. This season was eventually won by 17-year-old Ida Østergaard Madsen who was mentored by Pernille Rosendahl in the 15-24s category.

Series 6

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Series 6 began on December 28, 2012, and marked the departures of Cutfather and Pernille Rosendahl while Thomas Blachman remained. Their replacements were Anne Linnet and Ida Corr. Signe Molde replaced Lise Rønne as host. This season was eventually won by 26-year-old Chresten Falck Damborg who was mentored by Ida Corr in the Over 24s category.

Series 7

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Series 7 began on January 3, 2014, and marked the departures of Anne Linnet and Ida Corr while Thomas Blachman remained. Their replacements were Remee and Lina Rafn. Eva Harlou replaced Signe Molde as host. This season was eventually won by mixed vocal duo Anthony Jasmin who were mentored by Thomas Blachman in the Groups category.

Series 8

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Series 8 began on January 2, 2015, and utilized the same panel from the previous season, as well as the host, Eva Harlou. This season was eventually won by 15-year-old Emilie Esther who was mentored by Remee in the 15-22s category.

Series 9

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Series 9 began on January 8, 2016, and utilized the same panel from the previous season with the exception of Lina Rafn who was replaced by Mette Lindberg. Sofie Linde Ingversen replaced Eva Harlou as host. This season was eventually won by female vocal duo Embrace who were mentored by Remee in the Groups category.

Series 10

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Series 10 began on December 30, 2016, and utilized the same panel from the previous season, as well as the host, Sofie Linde Ingversen. This season was eventually won by 26-year-old Morten Nørgaard who was mentored by Remee in the Over 23s category.

Series 11

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Series 11 began on January 8, 2016, and utilized the same panel from the previous season with the exception of Mette Lindberg who was replaced by Sanne Salomonsen. Sofie Linde Ingversen returned as host. This season was eventually won by three-member vocal group Place on Earth who were mentored by Thomas Blachman in the Groups category.

Series 12

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Series 12 began on January 4, 2019, and marked the departures of Sanne Salomonsen and Remee while Thomas Blachman remained. Their replacements were Oh Land and Ankerstjerne. Sofie Linde Ingversen returned as host. This season was eventually won by 23-year old Kristian Kjærlund who was mentored by Thomas Blachman in the Over 23s category.

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