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TVP renames selection as Tu bije serce Europy! Wybieramy hity na Eurowizję

New brand for the national selection

Poland’s broadcaster TVP has announced the name of their national selection for Eurovision Song Contest 2022. The selection is called Tu bije serce Europy! Wybieramy hity na Eurowizję, which translates to The heart of Europe beats here! We choose hits for Eurovision.

Poland will select their representative to the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 through Tu bije serce Europy! Wybieramy hity na Eurowizję. According to Eurowizja.org, the name has been previously used for concerts on the anniversary of Poland’s accession to the European Union. Ten artists, who will compete in the national selection, were announced a week ago.

  • Unmute – “Głośniej niż decybele” (Louder than decibels)
  • Karolina Stanisławczyk & Chica Toro – “Move”
  • Emilia Dębska (Mila) – “All I need”
  • Daria – “Paranoia
  • Krystian Ochman – “River”
  • Lidia Kopania – “Why does it hurt
  • Kuba Szmajkowski – “Lovesick
  • Karolina Lizer – “Czysta woda” (Clean water)
  • Siostry Szlachta – “Drogowskazy” (Signposts)
  • Ania Byrcyn – “Dokąd” (Where)

Among the participants we find Lidia Kopania, who represented Poland in Eurovision Song Contest 2009. Siostry Szlachta took part in Poland’s national selection in 2020. Tu bije serce Europy! Wybieramy hity na Eurowizję will take place on February 19th. The Polish televoters together with a jury will decide, who will represent Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin, Italy.

In 2020, Poland used the talent show Szansa na Sukces to select their entry for Eurovision Song Contest. Before that they used a national selection named Krajowe Eliminacje. Last year the broadcaster TVP selected their representative Rafał internally. For the third year in a row, Poland failed to qualify to the final after finishing 14th in the semifinal with “The Ride”.

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Sami Luukela

I started watching Eurovision back in 2006, when I was only 10 and couldn't stay up to see Lordi winning. I attended my first contest in 2013 in Malmö. I'm studying journalism and I love music — you will probably never see me without my headphones on.

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