The jury for the second semi-final of Szansa na Sukces – Eurowizja Junior 2020 has been revealed as filming continues in Warsaw.
Filming for the Polish selection for Junior Eurovision 2020 – Szansa na Sukces – Eurowizja Junior 2020 is continuing in Warsaw with the second semi-final being recorded. The three jurors who will select the second finalist in the selection are all former Polish Eurovision representatives. They are:
- Michał Wiśniewski – Represented Poland as part of Ich Troje in 2003 and 2006
- Cleo – Represented Poland in 2014 alongside Donatan
- Gromee – Represented Poland in 2016 alongside Lukas Meijer, composer of common song for Junior Eurovision 2019
A total of twenty-one singers will be competing across 4 weeks to represent Poland this November in Warsaw.
Three semi-finals will be held on September 6, 13 and 20, with seven singers competing in each semi-final. In the semi-finals the singers will perform covers of songs selected by the shows producers. A jury of between two and three artists will select one act to qualify from each semi-final, the jury will be different for each show.
In the final on September 27, the three finalists will perform two songs. They will perform a song selected by the producers, plus the song they wish to represent Poland with in Warsaw. The winner will be determined by 50% jury vote and 50% SMS voting, in the event of a tie the act that received the most points from the jury wins.
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Poland in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest
Poland participated in the first Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2003. After two consecutive last place finishes, they withdrew from the contest and did not return until 2016. From there on, Poland’s fortunes in the contest reversed resulting in Roksana Węgiel winning in 2018 with “Anyone I Want to Be”. In 2019, the contest was hosted in the Polish city of Gliwice. Viki Gabor won on home ground with “Superhero”, giving Poland a second consecutive victory.