Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

“Nobody called me.” She commented on TVP’s decision regarding Eurovision

On Monday (February 19), TVP announced that she was the Polish representative at Eurovision she stayed Aleksandra Wielgomashiding under a pseudonym Glow. The singer also introduced herself to the viewers of “Pytania na Śniadanie” and talked about the latest challenge.

As revealed on, the decision to select the Polish woman for Eurovision was made by a five-person jury. It included: Kasia Moś, Piotr Klatt, Michał Hanczak, Konrad Szczęsny and Łukasz Pieter.

The jurors selected 10 items and gave them points on a scale from 1 to 10. In this way, it turned out that Luna’s proposal – “The Tower” (listen) – received 34 points, a Justyna Steczkowska with the number “WITCH-ER Tarohoro” 33 points. They took third place in the voting – with the same result – Marcin Maciejczak and Dagadana and Kayah a song from the movie “Chłopi”.

She was also among all the candidates Sara Chmiel with the song “Where to”. The singer revealed on Sunday that she would not go to Eurovision this year.

“Apparently the Polish representative at… Eurovision has already been selected and informed that he will represent Poland – official announcement on Monday. It’s definitely not me and the song ‘Dokąd’ (because no one called), but I’m curious if you think my song could work at Eurovision?” she commented.

The song “Where” is the latest offering Sara Chmiel. The singer wrote the song together with her husband Gromeem, with whom he has been cooperating musically for years, writing songs for other artists. The lyrics were initially written in English by the singer herself, while the Polish version of the lyrics was written by the Melosik Sisters, who are known for their cooperation with, among others, Ania Dąbrowska.

Not many people know, but Sara Chmiel has already had a Eurovision episode. Not as a participant, but as a team member Gromee. At that time, the Polish producer went to Eurovision together with the Swede Lucas Meijer and the song “Light Me Up”. In addition to Sara Chmiel, Gromee also took to Lisbon, among others: Kasia Dereń, Mahon Moin and guitarist Christian Rabb.

In 2018, Gromee ended his Eurovision adventure in the semi-finals, taking 14th place.