With their song “Slavic Girls,” Donatan and Cleo prove to be master satirists. The lyrics demonstrate that you can’t put Poland in a box.
TVP, Poland’s state broadcaster, has confirmed that Donatan and Cleo will sing for the nation at Eurovision 2014!
Tonight TVP, the Polish broadcaster, will reveal its act for Eurovision 2014. You can watch live from 18:30 CET.
Earlier this month we reported on the rumours that Donatan and Cleo may sing an English-language version of their hit “My Slowianie” (Slavic Girls) for Eurovision 2014. The latest reports emerging out of Warsaw suggest that this might be true, but only if the group performs in Polish.
Back in December we reported that Polish Eurovision fans are dying to hear the Polish hit “My Slowianie” at Eurovision 2014. Performed by Donatan and Cleo, it’s an urban dance jam that came out after the September 1 Eurovision cut-off date. Today’s release of the English-language version—”Slavic Girls”—is now stirring rumours that this song will represent Poland in Copenhagen.
Eurovision fans in Poland are getting real excited, y’all. That’s because TVP, Poland’s state broadcaster, recently announced their return to Eurovision following a two-year absence. And on December 21 Juliusz Braun, the president of TVP, told TOKFM that Poland would rely on an internal selection to choose its candidate. They’ll name the lucky singer in February.
Welcome back Poland!
Tomorrow a panel of judges in Switzerland will listen to the 18 artists still in the running for the finals of Die Grosse Entscheidungsshow 2014, the Swiss national selection. Nine of these will come from SFR, the country’s German-language broadcaster. We asked y’all to listen to SFR’s nine finalists and vote for your favourites. We […]