Poland has kept pretty quiet on their internal selection for Eurovision 2015. Thankfully, our friends at Polish Eurovision site eurowizija.org tell us all will be settled on Monday, March 9 when TVP finally announces. While we wait, we think this is the perfect time to talk about nine ladies who we would love to sing for the land of kielbasa and cheap beer. They’re all delicious in their own way…
Who do we want to represent Poland?
You need a bundle of helium balloons to emulate the voice of this country singer who brings some lighter music to Poland. A winner of the Baltic Song Contest in 2014, she knows what it takes to do well in a competition.
wiwibloggs CEO William would certainly be happy Harderabout this one. Mela, an award-winning and chart-topping artist from Poland, is known for her songs “Zurawie Origami” and “Fastrygi”. She keeps it classy but exciting and enticing, and her style would be great for Eurovision.
She’s a drama queen with a capital D, y’all! No, not a diva, but rather an award-winning talented musician who knows how to bring an intense amount of drama to her music. The juries go all over ballads, and if it’s big and beautiful like Sylwia’s previous work, she could slide into the final for Poland easily.
Margaret is the Polish rhythm-and-blues queen. She doesn’t do mainstream pop stuff, but brings Poland a lot of jazzy rhythms and soulful vocals while still keeping it modern.
Yes, we want the ringleader of the cleavage clan back for Poland! She seriously knows how to throw it down, whether rapping about feminism or corruption or anything controversial in between. Donatan’s a great producer and all, but we know that with some girl power, Cleo can do much better the second time around. (Plus, we know Donatan wouldn’t go back to a huge festival if it involved large amounts of fabulous, partying gay people.)
Known as TVP’s secret weapon, she is featured in each of the broadcaster’s concerts and festivals. With her connection to TVP, she could finally be furthering her international career through Eurovision.
We highlighted Ewa in our “Czech Her Out” miniseries, where we looked at some of the artists who could bring the Czech Republic success in Eurovision. Even though we have already learned who will represent the returning country (Marta Jandová and Václav Noid Bárta), Ewa still could be the choice for Poland. After all, she does consider herself more Polish than Czech!
The original Polish representative, who placed second in 1994, has continuously been rumored year after year to return to Eurovision. However, the rumors are fueled even more this year as a video for a song entitled “Nie placze juz” popped up on YouTube with keywords “Poland Eurovision 2015 Sneak Peek”. The video was shared in a forum, but was suddenly removed by the owner. Could this be a clue that Edyta Górniak is set for Vienna?
Who do you want to see represent Poland in Eurovision 2015?