Ida Nowakowska-Herndon, Rafał Brzozowski and Małgorzata Tomaszewska will present the 18th edition of the Contest on 29 November 2020. Let's get to know them a bit more ahead of the live show!
This year's edition is quite a bit different from the other Contests but no less exciting! Ida, Rafał and Małgorzata will host the show live from a studio in Warsaw, Poland. Despite the changes and new set-up, co-host, Rafał said: "we are so happy to be with you guys and we are so happy to be together."
A short introduction
Ida is a Polish-American dancer, actress and TV personality. In 2019, she was the co-host of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Gliwice-Silesia next to Aleksander Sikora and Junior Eurovision winner Roksana Węgiel.
Rafał is a Polish singer and TV presenter. In 2017, he was a finalist in the Polish national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Sky Over Europe and co-hosted the national selection for the 15th Junior Eurovision competition back in 2017. In 2019, he was a juror for the 64th Eurovision Contest.
Małgorzata is a psychology graduate but started her career in the TV business as a sports presenter. She took part in the 4th edition of 'Dancing with the Stars'. In May 2019, she became the co-host of TVP's 'Question for Breakfast' and currently hosts 'The Voice Of Poland'.
A game of 'who is most likely to...'?
We played a game of 'who is most likely to...?' where we asked the hosts a series of questions so we could get to know them a bit better! They had to respond by showing a picture of the person they thought best fit the answer to that question.
The first question asked was: "who is most likely to sleepwalk?" Immediately Ida and Rafał showed Rafał's picture. If he does indeed sleepwalk, we wonder what he gets up to?
Rafał was also chosen as the most likely to win an Olympic medal! Did you know that he also used to wrestle back in the day? It seems he's just as multi-talented as the Junior Eurovision artists of 2020!
Ida was picked as the person most likely to trip on stage. Let's make sure someone is backstage to give her a hand this Sunday, just in case!
Ida elected herself as the most likely to win a pizza-eating contest: "I'm very humble. I would never say I would win something, but I would win this." Can we get an invite to that contest too?
We also asked the hosts who is most likely to rule the world, who is the best Junior Eurovision presenter and who is the perfectionist? Check out the video below to find out their responses. Laughing out loud is guaranteed in this one!
All fun and games aside, Ida had an important message to share: "We invite you to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. See you live!" Tune in this afternoon at 17:00 CET for the 18th edition of the Contest!