From 3 semi-finals came 3 finalists and, as of today, 1 winner: Ala Tracz will represent Poland at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Lena Marzec, Agata Serwin and Alicja Tracz competed in 'Szansa na Sukces', the Polish national selection final, on 27 September.
Lena, Agata and Ala performed 2 songs each. First they performed a popular song chosen by the producers. Lena sang Viki Gabor's winning song Superhero, Agata performed her version of Justin Timberlake's Can't Stop The Feeling and Ala performed the Polish version of Let It Go from the Disney movie Frozen (Mam tę moc).
After that, the three hopefuls presented their potential Junior Eurovision songs.
Lena Marzec - You & Me
Agata Serwin - What I'm Made Of
Ala Tracz - I'll Be Standing
The jury was composed of Viki Gabor (winner of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2020), Cleo (who represented Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2014 together with Donatan) and David Kwiatkowski (singer-songwriter). Their votes counted for 50% of the total score. The remaining 50% came from public SMS voting. Ala Tracz received the top marks from both the jury and the viewers at home and will therefore represent Poland in Warsaw at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020!
10-year-old Ala Tracz lives in the small town of Stojeszyn Pierwszy in the Lublin province with her parents, sister and cat called Lili. Ala loves to dance and travel. She has represented Poland at international competitions and visited Malta, Bulgaria and Italy. Ala loves inline skating, rope climbing and to ride her bicycle. She released her debut single last May, a duet together with her sister. Ala took part in The Voice Kids in Poland where she was one of the 'final nine' in one of the teams.
Her song I'll Be Standing is written and composed by Andrzej Gromala & Sara Chmiel - Gromala.