Over the course of November, on the lead up to the 2022 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, we will be celebrating the countries that are taking part at the Contest and their Junior Eurovision story so far. Today, we begin Poland’s story.
Poland debuted at the 2003 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Copenhagen, Denmark. Katarzyna Żurawik participated with “Coś mnie nosi”, finishing in 16th and last place, with 3 points.
KWADro represented Poland at the 2004 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Lillehammer, Norway. They participated with “Łap życie”, finishing in 17th and last place, with 3 points.
After a twelve year wait, Poland returned to the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Valletta, Malta. Olivia Wieczorek participated with “Nie zapomnij”, finishing in 11th place and 60 points.
Alicja Rega represented Poland at the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Tbilisi, Georgia. She participated with “Mój dom”, finishing in 8th place and 138 points.
Roksana Węgiel represented Poland at the 2018 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Minsk, Belarus. She participated with “Anyone I Want To Be”, finishing in 1st place (their best position) and 215 points.
Join us tomorrow, as we continue to celebrate the countries that are participating at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, this year in Yerevan.
Author: Richard Taylor
Source: Eurovision Ireland
Categories: Eurovision 2021, JESC Poland, Junior Eurovision 2022
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