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VIDEO: Since Edyta Górniak came second in 1994, Poland has had a chequered history with the Eurovision Song Contest. But could this year’s hopeful see that change?
Poland's culture minister has expressed his disappointment with the decision of the Eurovision Song Contest's organisers who had announced talks with Britain to hold the next year's event instead of Ukraine due to the war in the country.
Ukraine's ambassador to Poland has criticised the Ukrainian jury of the Eurovision Song Contest for not awarding a single point to Poland.
Bubbly Ola was celebrating her 30th birthday in Greece when boyfriend Jakub Flas, who goes by the name Kubańczyk, proposed.
The 12-year-old stormed to victory with her pop song Superhero which she sang in both Polish and English taking 278 points.
The group first touched stardom when their Polish folk cover of top 90’s band, Depeche Mode's Brit-rock hit "Enjoy the Silence” unexpectedly exploded on the internet.
Mixing folk with contemporary the Szczecin group will bring their own unique sounds to the contest.
TFN takes a look a back at this year’s most popular searches and what inspired them. A little hint: football was at the top.
Ora was very interested in it but the song was waiting for the right artist, said producer Cutfather.
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