Junior Eurovision 2023: Listen to Poland’s song!

The Junior Eurovision season is getting busier than ever,with the next country announcing its representative being Poland.Represented by Maja Krzyżewska and her song “I Just Need A Friend” (to be sung in both Polish and English),which won her the first place in the selection process Szansa na sukces,the Slavic country is set to compete for the JESC trophy in the 21st edition of the contest in Nice,on November 26th.

The country first took part in the inaugural contest in 2003 and has already won the competition twice,in 2018 and 2019,becoming the first country to win the edition two consecutive times:

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Poland: Participation confirmed for Eurovision 2024!

Poland is the next country declaring their presence in Eurovision 2024.

TVP, the national public broadcaster, confirmed today that Poland will take part in the upcoming 2024 Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, Sweden. For the time being, there is no information available yet regarding the selection method of the next Polish representative.

This year Poland was represented by Blanka and the song “Solo” which after having qualified 3rd from the Second Semi-Final, they ended up in 19th place with 93 points.

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Eurovision 2023: The Grand Final allocation for the Second Semi Final qualifiers!

The first semi-final has just finished, with the first ten finalists being:

Before the press conference that is currently taking place these ten countries chose the half in which they will appear in the Grand Final on Saturday.

This is the half each qualifier drew, from semi final 2:

🇦🇱 Albania will perform in the FIRST HALF of the Grand Final

🇨🇾 Cyprus will perform in the FIRST HALF of the Grand Final

🇪🇪 Estonia will perform in the FIRST HALF of the Grand Final

🇧🇪 Belgium will perform in the SECOND HALF of the Grand Final

🇦🇹 Austria will perform in the FIRST HALF of the Grand Final

🇱🇹 Lithuania will perform in the SECOND HALF of the Grand Final

🇵🇱 Poland will perform in the FIRST HALF of the Grand Final

🇦🇺 Australia will perform in the SECOND HALF of the Grand Final

🇦🇲 Armenia will perform in the SECOND HALF of the Grand Final

🇸🇮 Slovenia will perform in the SECOND HALF of the Grand Final

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Eurovision 2023: Watch the exclusive rehearsal footage from the remaining Semi Final 2 acts’ second rehearsals!

The preparations on Liverpool for the 67th Eurovision Song Contest are on fire and it’s now a wrap for the 6th day of the technical rehearsals. After their first technical rehearsals, the representatives of the 11 remaining acts participating in the 2nd Semifinal on May 11, took the stage of the M&S Bank Arena for their second rehearsals.

About the first 5 countries from SemiFinal 2 that had their second rehearsals yesterday:

The second rehearsals gave the opportunity to the delegations to fix any mistakes spotted on the first rehearsals and help the artists feel more safe and familiar with the Eurovision big stage.

Because accredited journalists are not allowed to watch both the first and second rehearsals this year, we have very little information about what this year’s artists have prepared for the Eurovision stage. EBU has just uploaded through the official Eurovision channel in YouTube a recap of today’s rehearsals. More specifically, we will have the chance to watch exclusive TV footage of today’s rehearsals.

The countries that had their second rehearsals today were the following:

  1. Cyprus
  2. Iceland
  3. Greece
  4. Poland
  5. Slovenia
  6. Georgia
  7. San Marino
  8. Austria
  9. Albania
  10. Lithuania
  11. Australia

You can watch the recap of today’s rehearsals below:

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Eurovision 2023: The Third Day’s rehearsal schedule!

The big moment for all Eurofans has arrived. The wait has come to an end, as we are now in the most important days before the live shows. Rehearsals officially begun yesterday for the 67th Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Liverpool, United Kingdom.

The rehearsals are divided into two phases; the first phase will last three days, from Sunday 30/04 until Tuesday 02/05 and will include the first rehearsals of all the countries taking part in the two semi-finals of the competition. The second phase will last from Wednesday 03/05 until Saturday 06/05 and includes the second rehearsals of the countries of the two semi-finals as well as the rehearsals of the countries competing directly in the Final, namely the Big 5 and last year’s winner Ukraine.

Last year’s changes in the way rehearsals are covered continue this year, as the Press Center opens on Monday after the first and second rehearsals, which means that the information we will have for the first week of the competition will come exclusively from the material to be provided by the EBU to the accredited journalists.


The last eleven countries from the second semi-final will make their first appearance on stage at the M&S Bank Arena. These countries are:

  • Estonia 11.30 – 12.00
  • Iceland 12.10 – 12.40
  • Greece 12.50 – 13.20
  • Poland 13.30 – 14.00
  • Slovenia 15.10 – 15.40
  • Georgia 15.50 – 16.20
  • San Marino 16.30 – 17.00
  • Austria 17.10 – 17.40
  • Albania 17.50 – 18.20
  • Lithuania 18.30 – 19.00
  • Australia 19.10 – 19.40

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From Monday 8/5, the press center opens normally for accredited journalists, who will have the opportunity to watch the general rehearsals before the live shows as was the case in previous years.

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Poland: Blanka has filmed her Eurovision 2023 postcard!

The Polish representative of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest Blanka has filmed her postcard,which will be shown just before her performance of her entry Solo in the second-semi final.

The filming took place in Warsaw in collaboration with the BBC and the theme of it is rumored to be a party where Blanka is the DJ.

The following acts have confirmed the filming of their postcards:

  • Croatia– Let 3
  • Germany– Lord of the Lost
  • Lithuania– Monika Linkytė
  • Slovenia– Joker Out

Poland is scheduled to perform 9th in the second semi-final which is going to take place on May 11 in Liverpool.

Listen to Poland’s entry here:


Poland: The detailed results of the national final

One day after the polish national final  Tu bije serce Europy, and Blanka‘s victory with the song “Solo“, TVP published the detailed televoting results.

Jann with “Gladiator” was the televoting winner, while Blanka came second. The juries helped her win the national final by placing her first.

There have been reactions in the social media by Polish fans, who think that Jann should have won.

Do you like the polish entry? Will Blanka bring her coutnry a good result?

Poland: More info about Tu bije serce Europy revealed!

A few hours ago, the website Dziennik Eurowizjny revealed a few more details about the polish national final, “Tu bije serce Europy! Wybieramy hit na Eurowizję!” which is set to take place this Sunday, February 26.

The Invited Artists:

Othetr than Kalush Orchestra, the winners of Eurovisio 2022, and Stefania, representative of Greece in Eurovision 2020 and 2021, these artists will perform on the stage of the national final:

  • Edyta Górniak (Poland 1994)
  • Ochman (Poland 2022)
  • Efendi (Azerbaijan 2021)
  • Sarah James (Poland Junior Eurovision 2021)
  • Roksana Węgiel (Winner of Junior Eurovision 2018)

The Members of the Jury:

The jury that will determine the 50% of the fina result is consisted of:

  • Edyta Górniak (Poland 1994)
  • Marek Sierocki (TV host)
  • Agustin Egurola (Choreographer)
  • Marcin Kusy (Director of the Radio Station Jedynka)

How will the winner be decided:

As of now, we were informed that Tu bije serce Europy! Wybieramy hit na Eurowizję! is going to have a super final round with the three most voted artists. However this is not going to happen anymore, and the winner of the Polish nationa final, will be decided in only one round of voting. In case of a tie, the public vote will be taken into account.

The artists competing in the national final are:

  1. Natasza – Lift u up
  2. Kuba –  You Do Me
  3. Ahlena – “Booty
  4. Dominik Dudek – Be Good
  5. Alicja Szemplińska – “New Home
  6. Felivers – Never Back Down
  7. Maja Hyży – “Never Hide
  8. Jann – “Gladiator
  9. Blanka – “Solo
  10. Yan Majewski – Champion

There are two returning artists, Alicja who was set to represent Poland in Eurovision 2020 with the song “Empire” and Kuba who ended up in fourth place of last year’s national final with the song “Lovesick”.

At Eurovision 2022, Poland was represented by Krystian Ochman with “River”, and he placed 12th in the Grand Final, achieving the best result for the country since 2016.

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Poland: Extends the deadline for Tu bije serce Europy! Wybieramy hit na Eurowizję 2023!

Poland’s national broadcaster, TVP, has announced that it will extend the deadline for submitting songs for the country’s national final, Tu bije serce Europy! Wybieramy hit na Eurowizję. The submission deadline had been set to be open for submissions until January 15th, but will be extended until February 10th!

The names of the participants will be announced soon after the deadline, by February 15th at the latest. TVP intends to reveal this information on the aforementioned date, with the televised Final taking place on February 26th, as previously scheduled.

The Polish site has information that the score will be split 50/50 in the jury and public vote. However, in the event of a tie, the jury members’ choice will prevail and thus the Polish representative will be appointed to fly to Liverpool next May.

Some of the names that have already submitted proposals have also been announced, such as that of Kuba Szmajkowski, who came fourth place in last year’s edition of the national final.

At Eurovision 2022, Poland was represented by Krystian Ochman with “River”, and he placed 12th in the Grand Final, achieving the best result for the country since 2016.

Source: ESC Bubble

Poland: Watch the music video of “To The Moon” for Junior Eurovision 2022!

Poland was one of the first countries to reveal their song for Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022, which is going to take place in December 11, in Yerevan, Armenia.

After their national final, Szansa Na Sukces-Eurowizja Junior, took place, Laura was selected to represent Poland in Junior Eurovision 2022 with the song “To The Moon”, a song in English and Polish language.

A while ago, the country’s public broadcaster, TVP, published the official music video of their song, through the official YouTube channel of Junior Eurovision.

Watch the music video of “To The Moon” by Laura for Junior Eurovision 2022:

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