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  • Writer's pictureHayley Bessell

Poland: Artists and songs revealed for 'Tu bije serce Europy!' national final



The Polish broadcaster TVP has revealed the ten artists and songs for Poland's national final 'Tu bije serce Europy!' (which translates to 'The heart of Europe beats here!').


Let's have a look at the artists and songs that will be competing for their chance to represent Poland at Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool!


(So far six of the 10 songs have been released)


Ahlena - 'Booty'


Alicja Szemplińska - 'New Home'



Blanka - 'Solo'


Dominik Dudek - 'Be Good'



Felivers - 'Never Back Down'



Jan Majewski - 'Champion'



Jann - 'Gladiator'


Kuba - 'Do The Dance'



Maja Hyży - 'Never Hide'



NATASZA - 'LIFT U UP'


We have two returnees from previous Polish national finals. Alicja Szemplińska was set to represent Poland at the cancelled 2020 Eurovision with her song 'Empires'. Only 17 years of age at the time, Alicja has a few more years experience under her belt now and is vying for the chance again to represent her country with the song 'New Home'.


Also competing again is Kuba who took part in last year's national final under his full name, Kuba Szmajkowski. His song 'Lovesick' finished just outside the top three that participated in the second round.


'Tu bije serce Europy!' is set to take place on Saturday, February 26 and broadcast live on TVP2.


Poland made their Eurovision debut back in 1994 with Edyta Górniak's 'To Nie Ja!' which gave them their best result to date in 2nd place. Poland has entered the Contest 24 times and since the semi-finals were introduced, has qualified to the Grand Final on 15 occasions. Their most recent best result was in 2016 with Michael Szpak's 'Colour of Your Life' which finished in 8th place after surprisingly finishing in third place in the televotes.


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