Junior Eurovision

Poland considers Junior Eurovision return!

TVP’s music editor Aleksander Pałac has stated the broadcaster is considering a return to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

After the last successful achievements at the Eurovision Song Contest, it seems the Polish broadcaster is planning a possible “come-back” to the children competition after an absence of 11 years. Pałac has also invited children to send their songs just in case Poland finally takes part at Junior Eurovision. However, he adds, a decision hasn’t been taken yet.


Poland took part at Junior Eurovision in the first two editions, 2003 and 2004, achieving the last places in both competitions. Kasia Zurawik and KWADro have been the only Polish performers at Junior Eurovision until the date.

Would you like to see Poland competing in Malta?



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    Claus Michael Fasting

    June 14, 2016 at 16:14

    YES, PLEASE! Two more returns (awaiting for Norway and Sweden) and we are enough (adding Ukraine, Armenia and San Marino…)

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      LAboy 456

      June 14, 2016 at 16:23

      I’d love to see 18 countries participating this year (at least, that’s the maltese broadcaster – PBS .’s goal), eventhough it still seems like an impossible achievement

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