Alicja Szemplińska will represent Poland at Eurovision 2020 having won the final of TV show Szansa na Sukces earlier this evening. She will sing the song ‘Empires’ in Rotterdam in May.
Three singers will take part in the polish national final ‘Szansa na Sukces’. We rate and rank the three songs, read on to find out which of the trio was our favourite!
Last month it was announced that the long running and much loved TV show Szansa na Sukces would act as the process for choosing the Polish Eurovision entry for 2020. This afternoon the third show aired and celebrated the hits of the Beatles.
Last month it was announced that the long running and much loved TV show Szansa na Sukces would act as the process for choosing the Polish Eurovision entry for 2020. The first show kicked off on Sunday evening and celebrated the hits of ABBA.
Szansa na Sukces is a popular Polish TV show that originally ran from 1992 to 2012. The show returned to Polish screens in 2019 and served as a means for Poland to choose their Junior Eurovision act. The show proved hugely popular and the winner Viki Gabor went on to win Junior Eurovision 2019. You can understand why then that Polish broadcaster TVP has decided to use the format for the main Eurovision selection in 2020.
November 2017 saw the release of even more songs from some of our favourite acts from Eurovision. This includes songs from former winners Marija Serifovic, Emmelie de Forest and Sertab Erener. Read on to hear the new tracks and to find out what we thought of them.
All week you have been voting in our first poll to determine which song will be named our favourite song of 2017 from previous Eurovision contestants. The poll closed last night and we can now reveal the results.
Over the next nine weeks we will be looking closely at some of the songs released in 2017 by former Eurovision contestants. We will be asking you to vote for your favourite from the lists before compiling a final Top 30 just before the end of the year.
The voting system for Eurovision 2017 could see a potential shake up, following a recent update to the Eurovision Rule Book, allowing the public to have more of a say with a larger weighting for the public televote.
Earlier this evening the inaugural Eurovision NI Awards took place. With 16 awards up for grabs it was The Netherlands’ Douwe Bob who led the way with six nominations. On the night though he walked away with no awards. But who did? Read on to find out!