There are three key details about Maja’s performance in this article. First, it reveals that Paulina Przestrzeska will choreograph Maja’s performance. She had previously worked with Sarah James, Poland’s 2021 JESC representative, for her performance in Paris. Secondly, it announces that Maja will have three dancers on stage with her in Nice. Nadia Borczyńska, who performed with James at JESC 2021, “You Can Dance – Nowa Generacja 2” participants Aniela Prus, and Misia Wysokińska, an award-winning dancer, will join Maja on stage. This means that for the first time since 2017, there will be less than six people on stage. Finally, the performance will be directed by the delegation’s art director, Konrad Smuga.
Poland’s Junior Eurovision History
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 back-to-back wins in 2018 and 2019.
Their recent participation in 2022, saw them being represented by Laura, with the song “To The Moon” which placed 10th overall, receiving 96 points from the jury and online vote combined.
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News Source: Dziennik Eurowizyjn
Photo Credit: Krzysztof Szlezak / Universal Music Poland