Speaking to Polish media Krystian Ochman has confirmed he has submitted a song to represent Poland at Eurovision 2022.
Dziennik Eurowizyjny reports that Krystian Ochman has confirmed he has submitted a song into the Polish selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. Krystian rose to fame in Poland after winning the 11th series of The Voice in 2020 and has since gone on to have commercial success.
His performance in the Finals of “The Voice of Poland”:
The singer has shown some hesitation around whether he would fit at Eurovision although he took the chance and submited a song to TVP for the Polish Eurovision selection.
TVP is internally selecting the Polish representative for Turin, having held an open song submission. The winning act is being picked by a jury in a two-stage internal selection. A jury made up of 5 people will first pick three acts they wish to move to the 2nd stage. Each jury member also has the right to add an act to the 2nd stage that did not send in an application to TVP. 3-15 acts will make the 2nd stage where their songs will be judged on a scale of 1 to 10. The winner will be the song that receives the most points. The Polish representative will be announced by January 15.
In 2021 Rafał Brzozowski represented Poland at the contest this year with his song “The Ride”. He failed to qualify to the final, finishing 14th in the second semi-final with 35 points.
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