Ivan & Delfin, the band representing Poland at the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev with the song Czarna dziewczyna, is preparing for an international promotion tour. In an interview with Polish newspaper Rewia, singer Ivan Komarenko revealed that Michal Wisniewski , who represented Poland in 2003 with the band Ich Troje, will support the band.
Michal Wisniewski said he will help Ivan & Delfin to promote their entry Czarna dziewczyna outside Poland. Ivan Komarenko accepted his offer as he actually made his debut in Wisniewski's reality TV show Jestem jaki jestem in 2003.
“Firstly we will look for a good stylist and then rehearse the show on stage,” said Komarenko in an interview with Polish newspaper Rewia. “I can also say that some dancers will appear with me on stage in Kiev dressed in red clothes. It will be really great fun,” he concluded.
The shootings for the TV programme Stratosfera will be made this week, including recordings of Ivan & Delfin's song Czarna dziewczyna. The video to be shot at Polish broadcaster TVP's studios in Warsaw will most probably become the official video for the 2005 Polish entry.
The song Czarna Dziewczyna (The blackhaired girl) is an up-tempo song with Gipsy elements, sung in Polish and Russian. Russian singer Ivan Komarenko, the main vocalist of the band, wrote the lyrics together with Paweł Radziszewski. The song is composed by Łukasz Lazer
Ivan & Delfin will represent Poland in the semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest on 19th May 2005 in Kiev, Ukraine.