Poland in the eurovision dance contest

Poland
Member station TVP
Appearances
Appearances 2
First appearance 2007
Best result 1st, 2008
Worst result 4th, 2007
External links
Poland's page at Eurovision.tv

Poland took part in the first Eurovision Dance Contest in 2007. Katarzyna Cichopek and Marcin Hakiel who won the series "Taniec z gwiazdami" (local version of Strictly Come Dancing) represented the country. The dances that were performed at the contest were Cha-Cha-Cha and Showdance. Poland came fourth after receiving 84 points from 12 countries. Poland took their first Eurovision title in any form in the Eurovision Dance Contest 2008, coming first with 154 points from all countries.

Entries

Year Dancers Styles Place Points
2007 Katarzyna Cichopek & Marcin Hakiel Cha-Cha-Cha & Showdance 4 84
2008 Marcin Mroczek & Edyta Herbuś Rumba & Cha-Cha 1 154
Third Natasza Urbańska & Jan Kliment TBD

Eurovision Dance Contest 2008

The Polish team of Edyta Herbuś and Marcin Mroczek have won the Eurovision Dance Contest 2008. The pair performed a version of the Rumba, Cha-Cha and Jazz Dance.

The pair were given 20 points by the jury and 134 points from the voting public with a total of 154. They were given the maximum 12 points by Austria, Denmark, Ireland, Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Russia came second with 121 points and Ukraine with 119 points.

This year's contest was held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow, Scotland. The first contest was held at the BBC Television Centre, London. Three countries withdrew from the competition Germany, Spain and Switzerland. Azerbaijan debuted and came in 5th.

Voting

Poland has given the most points to:

Rank Country Points
1  Ukraine 22
2  Ireland 16
3  Azerbaijan 12
4  Finland 11
=  Russia 11
=  Sweden 11
5  Lithuania 9

Poland has received the most points from:

Rank Country Points
1  Ireland 22
2  Austria 20
=  Sweden 20
=  Ukraine 20
5  United Kingdom 19
6  Denmark 16
=  Netherlands 16
=  Russia 16
8  Germany 12

See also

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