Today, nine of the participating countries of the 2021 Junior Eurovision Song Contest are having their second rehearsal. These are Portugal, Ireland, Malta, The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Georgia, Spain, and Poland.
In today’s rehearsal, the attending Press had the opportunity to watch the full rehearsals from these countries. Before we find out what happens in Poland’s rehearsal, let’s see how their first rehearsal went.
What happens during Sara’s performance?
Sara is in the middle of the stage and is joined by five dancers, with a big tree projected in the LED screen. As we get to the chorus, Sara walks around the stage. As we get to the second verse, Sara and the dancers stay within the middle of the stage, as the LED Background changes in the background, and uses overlay in some of the sections of the song.
When we get to the bridge of the song, we see birds in the overlay of the performance, and Sara walking towards the front of the performance, where the pyro appears. Towards the end of the performance, Sara walks back to the middle of the performance, where the dancers surround her once again.
You are able to see a preview of the performance right here:
Poland’s Junior Eurovision Journey
In 2003, Poland was one of the countries that participated in the inaugural edition of the competition, where they were represented by Katarzyna Żurawik with the song “Coś mnie nosi” which placed 16th. Poland participated for another year, before going on a 12-year break and returning in 2016. Since returning to the competition, they have participated five times and managed to achieve a back-to-back win in 2018 and 2019.
Their recent participation in 2020, saw them being represented by Ala Tracz, with the song “I’ll Be Standing” which placed 9th overall, receiving 90 points from the jury and online vote combined.
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