The official website of Junior Eurovision has updated the profile page of the Polish participant Roksana Węgiel revealing us some details of the song she will perform in Minsk. The winner of The Voice Kids will sing ‘Anyone I want to be’, composed and written by seven authors from different countries.
There are only two songs left to be revealed before the Junior Eurovision Song Contest among which there is Poland, that has already selected the singer that will fly the flag on November 25th. Roksana Węgiel will perform the song ‘Anyone I want to be’, composed by Maegan Cottone, Nathan Duvall, Cutfather, Peter Wallevik, Daniel Davidsen, Małgorzata Uściłowska and Patryk Kumór, and written by Maegan Cottone, Nathan Duvall, Cutfather, Peter Wallevik and Daniel Davidsen. The Polish song is the result of a cooperation between authors from the United Kingdom, Denmark, Norway and Poland, some of which have worked with international stars, such as Selena Gómez, Jessie J, Kylie Minogue or Demi Lobato.
This is the first time TVP has selected their Junior Eurovision representative behind closed doors as both Olivia Wieczorek and Alicja Rega won the right to represent Poland at a national final show. The low results of both entries apparently led the Polish broadcaster to change their selection method.
Roksana Węgiel rose to fame at the first edition of The Voice Kids in Poland that she won back in February. At the show, she was coached by Edyta Górniak, who represented Poland at Eurovision 1994.
Winning The Voice Kids was an honour and a dream come true, but representing my country at Junior Eurovision is an actual honour. Dreaming and fighting for your dreams is worthy. Thanks for believing in me!, she said.
According to reports, the song will be out on November 10th, but that date hasn’t been confirmed officially yet.