Eurovision 2017: Continuing with Poland’s second rehearsal

by Jessica Weaver 1,079 views

2nd rehearsal4 May 2017
14:35 - 14:55
Press Conference: 15:40 - 16:00
Kasia Moś
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Rehearsal footage

For the first time, the EBU will be publishing official rehearsal footage from the second rehearsal, giving an insight into what the performance will look like on television screens during the live shows.

Official images

(Andres Putting/ ©)

Quick poll!

Following Poland’s second rehearsal, ESCToday hosted a quick poll to get your opinion on the official footage from the venue. Here’s how you voted!

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Kasia Moś is next to take to the stage for the Polish second rehearsal this afternoon:

  • The backdrop is slightly darker in comparison to Poland’s first rehearsal earlier this week
  • Kasia wears a different dress onstage today, but whether this is the final outfit remains to be known

Kasia Mos wears a different dress for her second rehearsal. This dress is more revealing, but more recognisable as a ‘Eurovision’ dress. It is also a white number. The top part of the dress is made of a gathered fabric wrapped around Kasia’s right arm and chest, giving it an asymmetric look. The white skirt is very short with a small slit up the thigh, but a longer translucent skirt is over-layed, which works well with the wind machine towards the end of the song.

Other than this, no major changes to Poland’s second rehearsal. The performance itself is rather simplistic with not a lot happening on the stage itself, however Kasia’s voice takes over the entire venue as she continues to add her own interpretation of the final chorus.

Powerful enough to do well in the semi-final? Potentially.

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