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Preview Poland's Eurovision pre-selection

25 February 2023 at 11:30 CET
Ochman represented Poland at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in Turin EBU/Sarah Louise Bennett
On Sunday 26 February, Poland will select its entry for the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest. 10 entries will be competing in the country's national final - 'Tu Bije Serce Europy! Wybieramy hit na Eurowizję!'.

HOW TO WATCH: 'Tu Bije Serce Europy! Wybieramy hit na Eurowizję!' will take place on Sunday 26 February, at 17:30 CET. In Poland it airs on TVP 1, and Polish broadcaster TVP has also set up an online stream

10 songs are in the running to represent Poland at the 67th Eurovision Song Contest. The Polish pre-selection, Tu Bije Serce Europy! Wybieramy hit na Eurowizję!, will be a 2-hour live-music extravaganza during which we'll find out which one of them gets to go to Liverpool in May!

Ochman represented Poland at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in Turin EBU/Sarah Louise Bennett

On the evening, hosts Aleksander Sikora, Ida Nowakowska and Małgorzata Tomaszewska will be taking us through the songs, as well as what's set to be an exciting voting sequence as the show draws to its conclusion.

Voting will be done via both a public vote and an expert jury, with each of them contributing 50% of the scores. 

On Sunday, as well as our 10 competing acts, TVP have put together an enticing lineup of guest performers, too.

Last year's Tu Bije Serce Europy! Wybieramy hit na Eurowizję! winner, Ochman, will be returning to the show following on from him achieving a 12th-place finish for his country at the 2022 Contest in Turin, with River.

Further Eurovision Song Contest representation will come from Stefania (Greece 2020 and 2021), Efendi (Azerbaijan 2020 and 2021) and the current reigning Contest winners Kalush Orchestra, who earned victory for Ukraine in 2022 with their song Stefania.

Another artist who represented Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest, Edyta Górniak, will be performing. Edyta was the very first artist that Poland sent to the Contest in 1994, giving the country its best placing to date, when she finished in 2nd place. 

Also dropping by to perform are 2 artists who have represented Poland at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest: Roxie Węgiel who won the Contest in 2018, and Sara James who participated in 2021, placing 2nd.

The Songs

All 10 of the songs competing have been released, and you can preview them below in the order that they'll be performed in on Sunday. You can read more about each of the 10 artists right here.

One of these will be flying the Polish flag at the 67th Eurovision Song Contest in May:

Natasza – Lift You Up

Kuba – You Do Me

Ahlena – Booty

Dominik Dudek – Be Good

Alicja Szemplińska – New Home

Felivers – Never Back Down

Maja Hyży – Never Hide

Jann – Gladiator

Blanka – Solo

Yan Majewski – Champion

Poland will perform in the Second Half of the Second Semi-Final at the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest. 

You can listen to all 37 songs of Eurovision 2024 via your favourite streaming service or watch the music videos on our YouTube channel.

The Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Malmö, Sweden on Tuesday 7 May (First Semi-Final), Thursday 9 May (Second Semi-Final) and Saturday 11 May (Grand Final) 2024.

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