🇵🇱 TES Preview: A trip to the moon for Laura’s second rehearsal

🇵🇱 TES Preview: A trip to the moon for Laura’s second rehearsal

Today, seven participating countries of the 2022 Junior Eurovision Song Contest are having their second rehearsal. These are Albania, Ukraine, Malta, Italy, Serbia, Poland, North Macedonia and Portugal. The sixth up to complete their second rehearsal was Poland’s Laura Bączkiewicz !

In today’s rehearsal, the attending Press had the opportunity to watch the full rehearsals from these participating countries at this year’s Junior Eurovision. Before we find out what happens in Poland’s rehearsal today, you can find out how their first rehearsal went right here.

Laura Bączkiewicz on stage for her first rehearsal in Yerevan.
Photo Credit: Corinne Cumming/EBU

What happens during Laura’s performance?

We see Laura in the middle of the stage with her backing dancers with smoke surrounding the performers on stage. Laura stays in the middle of the stage as she performs her song, while her backing dancers dance around her, whether this to her left or behind her. Laura is mainly position in the middle of the stage throughout the perfromance.

As for the staging of the song, the performance relies heavily on graphics being incorporated into the performacen. Whether its at the beginning of the performance where a pre-recorded video is shown, or the starry background has bee overlayed into the performance. In addition, the performance also uses purotechnics towards the end of the perfromance.

You are able to watch a preview of Laura’s performance right here:

About Laura Bączkiewicz

Laura lives in Konin Poland with her family and many pets. Laura reached the final 9 of The Voice Kids Poland. When not performing she spends time looking up to her musical inspirations which include Billie Ellish and Lady Gaga. Eurovision stars Duncan Laurence and Poland’s Sara James are also artists Laura looks up to as musical inspirations.

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.

What are your opinions on Laura’s second rehearsal? Are you excited to see the full performance? Let us know in the comments or on social media. Be sure to follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and TikTok as we gear up for Junior Eurovision 2022.

News Source: EBU

Photo Credit: Corinne Cumming/EBU

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