All about Ala Tracz!24 November 2020 at 17:30 CET
This bright and bubbly artist from a small town called Stojeszyn Pierwszy in the Lublin province of Poland is building a big fan base of loyal followers. We met with Ala in Poland to get the inside scoop on all there is to know about this rising star!
Ala fills in the gaps!
We played a game where Ala had to 'fill the gaps' in our sentences. Let's find out what she had to say:
If I could describe myself in three words it would be: Sensitive, helpful, and caring.
Besides singing I am very good at: Drawing and dancing.
I wish I was also good at: Horse riding.
My favourite Junior Eurovision artists are: Viki Gabor (2019 winner) and Roksana Węgiel (2018 winner) but I believe that all the artists are great!
When I found out that I would be presenting Poland I felt: Super happy and super surprised!
My favourite thing to do in my hometown is: Rope climbing in the summer.
My favourite Polish word is: Well, it's a very long Polish tongue-twister that is very difficult to pronounce! But here it is: "Wyrewolwerowany rewolwerowiec wyrewolwerował werewolwerowanego rewolwerowca".
My favourite Polish food is: Pierogi with strawberries.
My favourite place to travel outside of Poland is: Malta - it's so charming. I really like how beautiful and translucent the water is in Croatia too! But everywhere I have visited has been great.
What's happening here?
We selected three Instagram photos and asked Ala let her fans know what the story is behind them.
"This photo was taken in a place called Manufaktura Cukierków. It's a kind of candy factory where children can make their own candy! I went there with my friend and fellow national selection candidate Lena Marzec. Before AND Afterwards we went to eat sushi - I love sushi so much! Sushi and pizza. If I could have had all three that day I would have!"
"This picture is with my cat Lilly. My Mum took this photo really quickly because she wanted to capture this cute moment between us."
"This is a picture taken with my sister Ola and our friend Natalia. This photo was taken while we were doing a concert for a radio station back home."
Could Ala Tracz be Poland's third representative in a row to win Junior Eurovision? Tune in on Sunday 29 November to see her performance of I'll Be Standing. While you're waiting you can practice the Polish tongue twister: Wyrewolwerowany rewolwerowiec wyrewolwerował werewolwerowanego rewolwerowca.