Last week, Poland has begun its search for its Junior Eurovision 2022 representative, when the new season of Szansa na Sukces – Eurowizja Junior took place. After the show took place, it was revealed that Laura Bączkiewicz & Natalia Smaś have advanced to the final.
7 young artists competed for two places
The theme for the first week of the new season is Contemporary Hits, the seven competing artists and the cover that they performed are as follows:
|Order||Artist||Song and Original Artist|
|1||Laura Bączkiewicz||“Run” by OneRepublic|
|2||Zofia Tofiluk||“Hold My Hand” by Lady Gaga|
|3||Natalia Smaś||“Easy on Me” by Adele|
|4||Helena Włodarczyk||“Diamonds” by Sam Smith|
|5||Iga Kaczyńska||“Dynamite” by BTS|
|6||Anastazja Broniszewska||“Wonder” by Shawn Mendes|
|7||Elena Popowicz||“Rain On Me” by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande|
As we have previously reported, the jurors for last week’s show was Cleo (Poland’s Eurovision 2014 representative), alongside Sara James (Poland’s Junior Eurovision 2021 representative) and Marek Sierocki.
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 managing to achieve a back-to-back win in 2018 and 2019.
Their recent participation in 2021, saw them being represented by Sara James, with the song “Somebody” which placed 2nd overall, receiving 218 points from the jury and online vote combined.
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News Source: TVP
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