Alicja Tracz to fly the Polish flag for Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020

| September 27, 2020

It is official! Poland has chosen the successor to Viki Gabor today and it is Alicja Tracz!

The final of the Polish national selection for Junior Eurovision 2020 Szansa na sukces took place today (27/09/2020) and witnessed 3 acts performing two songs each. The 1st song performed by the participants was chosen by the producers while the 2nd song was the entry they wish to represent Poland at the 2020 Junior Eurovision. All entries representing Poland at the Junior Eurovision 2020 were composed by Gromee and his wife Sara Chmiel-Gromala.

The winner was determined by 50% jury vote and 50% SMS votes. The jury consisted of:

  1. Viki Gabor- Winner of Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019
  2. Cleo – Represented Poland with “My Słowianie” at Eurovision Song Contest 2014
  3. Dawid Kwiatkowski- Singer/Songwriter.

The results for the final are as below: 

Alicja Tracz
Public vote: 5 Points
Jury vote: 5 Points
Cover Song: Mam Tę Moc
Official Entry: I’ll Be Standing

2nd Place
Lena Marzec
Public vote: 3Points
Jury vote: 3 Points
Cover Song: Superhero
Official Entry: You & Me

3rd Place
Agata Serwin
Public vote: 1 Point
Jury vote: 1 Point
Cover Song: Can’t Stop The Feeling
Official Entry: What I’m Made of

You can watch the winning performance here: 

Poland at Junior Eurovision

Poland debuted in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in its inaugural contest in 2003 and had the unfortunate accolade of coming last with 3 points in that year’s contest as well as the following year’s contest in 2004. They withdrew in 2005 and didn’t make a return until 2016 and has since had a rather successful return since, coming in 11th place in 2016 with Olivia Wieczorek’s Nie zapomnij as well as being the first country to win 2 years in a row in 2018 with Roksana Wegiel’s Anyone I Want to Be and Viki Gabor’s Superhero.

What do you think of Poland’s song this year? Will Alicja be able to follow in the footsteps of Viki and clinch the victory for Poland again? Let us know in the comments below!


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