Tonight, the Polish national broadcaster TVP will present the official Polish entry for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in the host city of Vienna.
After much speculation following Poland’s confirmed participation back in October, this year’s Polish representative, along with their song entry, will be presented during tonight’s show, Świat Się Kręci. Świat Się Kręci is a talk show which is broadcast every weekday on TVP1. The show is hosted by both Agata Młynarska and Maciek Kurzajewski.
This evening’s talk show guests will include a mixture of both former Eurovision representatives, music experts and, of course, this year’s selected entrant for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest who has been internally selected via TVP to represent their country in the host city of Vienna.
How to watch
Świat Się Kręci will air at 18:30 CET and will be aired on the following channel:
- TVP1 (Poland only)
The entry will then be available to listen to via the official TVP website shortly after the show has concluded.
Poland: The story so far
Poland debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994 when Edyta Górniak was selected to represent her country in the host city of Dublin. With her entry To nie ja!, Edyta brought Poland their best results to date placing in 2nd position with a total of 166 points.
Poland’s last top 10 placing was in 2003 when Ich Troje represented their country with their song Keine grenzen-Żadnych granic. The band ended in 7th place receiving 90 points.
Last year, Donatan & Cleo were internally selected to represent Poland at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest in the host city of Copenhagen. With their entry My Słowianie – We are Slavic, the duo brought Poland one of their best results in recent years, qualifying to the Grand Final and finishing in 14th position.
Back in October, TVP confirmed Poland’s participation in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. TVP revealed to ESCToday that their Eurovision act would be selected via an internal selection, the same mechanism used in order to select their 2014 representative.
Poland will participate in the second half of the second semi-final in the host city of Vienna on the 21 May.