Poland: Artists ready to take off to Malmö!

Regardless the ongoing chaos in TVP at the moment and no information given regarding the country’s selection process for Malmö, the interest remains high in Poland. Some well-known artists are ready for Eurovisions, have their proposals ready and are waiting for TVP decisions.

Let’s take a closer look to the artists interested in the Polish representation in Malmö!

Justyna Steczkowska

Following an extensive speculation on whether the Polish diva is ready for her long-awaited Eurovision return, Justyna confirmed that her new single “WITCH-ER Tarohoro” is ready to be submitted for Eurovision.

During the “New Year’s Eve stage with Dwójka” show, Justyna performed her new song live, amazing the audience with the slavic sound as well with her impressive dance routine. Fans inside Poland as well as the vast majority of the Eurovision fandom went crazy with her performance, which counts already a big amount of reaction videos on YouTube regardless the fact that a Eurovision participation is just a plan for Steczkowska.


One of the country’s rising stars in the pop music scene, Luna, has also expressed her interest in representing Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest. In fact, as she announced via her Instagram account, her submission “Tower” will be released later on January.


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Edyta Górniak

Justyna Steczkowska is not the only former representative planning on returning to the contest. Edyta Górniak known as Poland’s first representative at the Song Contest as well as the holder of the country’s best result up to this date, appears to be preparing a song for Malmö. It is not the first time that rumors say she is preparing a bid for Eurovision. Back in 2021, she was also named as a potential representative.

Edyta’s relationship with Eurovision has not always been easy. Following her involvement in last year’s scandalous preselection, she ruled out any involvement with the contest again. However, she never denied a potential return with the condition of having an appropriate song and team to support her entry.

Bearing in mind that she is considered as a Eurovision legend in Poland and the fact that 2024 marks the thirty-years anniversary of Poland’s debut in the contest along with her participation, the most likely scenario is that she would take on Poland’s representation only via an internal selection.


Doda, a multi-awarded Polish singer, has never kept her wish to perform at the Eurovision stage secret. Two years ago, in 2022, she did not submit her song on a deadline and was therefore denied a participation on the Polish preselection.

Doda expressed her willingness to participate once more on January 3. She asked fans on her Instagram story if she should submit the song “Mama” to Eurovision. The song has already received over 300,000 views on YouTube since its release on December 30. Fun fact, the team behind her song is also behind Justyna’s proposal.

Other artists interested

  • Anna Jurksztowicz
  • Assembled
  • Dominik Dudek
  • Dominika Kwiatkowska
  • Izabela Zabielska
  • Jan Górka
  • Jan Majewski
  • Marcin Maciejczak
  • Mr. Narcissus
  • Natasza Urbańska
  • Paulina Palikowska and Arrano Mach
  • Spleen

Poland at Eurovision 2024

Up to this date, there is no official statement regarding TVP’s choice or selection method for Eurovision 2024. Following the elections in October, there were also major changes made inside TVP causing uncertainty on Poland’s fate in Eurovision. Recently, the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland announced that following the suspension of funding of public media, a liquidation of the respective companies would follow.

Regardless the ongoing backlash in Poland there is still no information on how the recent events will affect the country’s participation in Eurovision 2024. In any case and following last year’s scandals, Poland might go for an internal selection.

Last year, Poland was represented in Liverpool by Blanka and her song “Solo”, finishing eighth in the public voting and nineteenth overall.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the news!

Source: eurowizja
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