This is ESCBubble’s winner of Poland’s Tu bije serce Europy 2023!

We are getting one new entry for the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest today, and this will be the Polish entry for Liverpool. A total of ten acts are competing in today’s “Tu bije serce Europy 2023”, and they will try and win over the hearts of the Polish public and the jury to be the one selected to represent their country this coming May in Liverpool.

Moments after the last of the ten songs was released, we asked you to let us know who YOUR favorites are in this year’s Tu bije serce Europy. At the moment of writing the article, the current standings of our poll were as follows:

  1. Jann – Gladiator – 33%
  2. Alicja Szemplinska – New Home – 22%
  3. Blanka – Solo – 14%
  4. Dominik Dudek – Be Good – 11%
  5. Felivers – Never Back Down – 7%
  6. Kuba Szmajkowski – You Do Me – 4%
  7. Maja Hyzy – Never Hide – 3%
  8. Yan Majewski – Champion – 3%
  9. Natasza – Lift U Up – 2%
  10. Ahlena – Booty – 1%

Our team members have also listened to the ten songs as well, and this is how our team ranked the entries:

  1. Jann – Gladiator
  2. Dominik Dudek – Be Good
  3. Alicja Szemplinska – New Home
  4. Felivers – Never Back Down
  5. Maja Hyzy – Never Hide
  6. Blanka – Solo
  7. Kuba Szmajkowski – You Do Me
  8. Natasza – Lift U Up
  9. Yan Majewski – Champion
  10. Ahlena – Booty

Both our readers as well as our team members agree that today should be all about Jann and his song “Gladiator”, and that that’s the act Poland should be selecting for Liverpool. The 2020 Polish national final winner Alicja Szemplinska should not be too far behind either, so don’t count her out just yet.

You still have time to let us know who YOUR personal favorites are by voting in our poll below (the poll will close at the end of today’s show):

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Check out our team’s review of all ten finalists of Tu bije serce Europy 2023 right here:

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