With a laconic question on her official page on Facebook, the superstar of Poland Edyta Górniak trigger speculations about a comeback to the Eurovision Song Contest stage after 22 years.
Edyta Górniak who is now 44 years old is one of the most popular Polish pop singers. She began her huge career in 1994 when she in her country’s Eurovision debut reached a 2nd place. This evening Edyta Górniak through her official page on Facebook posted the logo of the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, asking her fans how they feel would feel about that, hinting a possibly return for her.
Poland has already announced a national final in order to select the Polish entry for Eurovision 2016, and the above post from Edyta could mean that she is among the participants for the Polish national final.
Poland in the Eurovision Song Contest
Poland debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994, the same year they achieved their best placement in the contest when Edyta Górniak with her song To Nie Ja gained a second place. Since then Poland have only achieved a top 10 place in the final once, in 2003, when Ich Troje performed Keine Grenzen in Riga.
This will be their 19th entry in the contest. This year Monika Kuszyńska represented the country in Vienna. With 10 points she ended 23rd out of 27 in the Grand Final.
Below you can watch Edyta Górniak performing the song that gave Poland the second place at the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin.