Poland will select their representative for Junior Eurovision 2021 in the televised final of Szansa na Sukces: Eurowizja Junior 2021 on September 26.
The Polish representative for Junior Eurovision 2021 will be selected on September 26 in the final of Szansa na Sukces: Eurowizja Junior 2021. Szansa na Sukces has been used as the Polish selection process for Junior Eurovision since 2019 and will follow the same format for 2021.
The selection will have three shows formed of seven participants each, these shows will select one artist each to go through to a live final on September 26. The twenty-one acts competing in the selection have been chosen from castings held at the start of this month.
The three shows will be filmed at the end of July and beginning of August, with the performances being judged by a two to three-person jury. Each set of jurors will be different for the first three shows. The jurors will select one artist to qualify from each of the shows. In the final, three jurors will return, one from each show, they will determine 50% of the result. The remaining 50% will be determined by a public vote.
Poland hosted Junior Eurovision 2020 and Ala Tracz represented the host nation in Warsaw with “I’ll Be Standing”. She finished 9th with 90 points. Poland finished 9th with both the juries and the public vote.
Image Source: EBU/Stijn Smulders | Source: Eurowizja.org
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.