The Polish selection is complete, with the next Eurovision representative decided. Out of 10 acts, Krystian Ochman rose to the top with his song ‘River’.
After a difficult year, everybody is excited that the Eurovision Song Contest is here again. However, few people are as relieved as Maciej Mazanski. The Polish journalist suffered from Covid and ended up in the hospital two months ago. Today, he is in Rotterdam and [read more…]
One person with the Icelandic delegation has tested positive during the scheduled routine Covid-19 testing procedures. The EBU confirms this news, however has not confirmed which member of the delegation tested positive.
Poland has chosen singer RAFAŁ through an internal selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. The Polish song is called ‘The Ride’ and will take part in the second semi final.
We may not get to see our 2020 favourites take to the stage, but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce on our Eurovision favourites. This series is aimed to discover the team’s favourite entries from the 21st century, from 2001 to 2019.
Poland has not been in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest since 2017. With the young rising star Alicja they hoped to make it to the final in Rotterdam. Will TVP stick with her in 2021?
Alicja Szemplińska has won the final of Szansa na Sukces in Poland. She will now sing the song ‘Empires’ for Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020.
The jury in Poland had selected Albert Černy as the third qualifier for their national final. Albert Černy is known as the lead singer from the group Lake Malawi, who represented the Czech Republic at Eurovision in 2019 with the song, Friend of a Friend.
Alicja Szemplinska has won the second semi-final of Szansa na Sukces in Poland. She did so by singing a cover of Poland’s most successful Eurovision song, Edyta Gorniak’s “To Nie Ja”.
The Polish national selection, Szansa Na Sukces has begun, with the first seven entrants participating in the hopes of achieving just one qualifying position to the final.