There are Eurovision debutes, impressive Eurovision debutes and then there is Poland in 1994. Sure, Switzerland won the very first Eurovision in 1956 and in 2007 the winner Serbia technically made their first appearance, but the most impressive debute for any country in the Eurovision was when a lovely girl with an amazing voice, a fantastic song and a dress so simple that the Swedish commentator Pekka Heino jokingly questioned whether it was actually finished took Poland to an incredible second place on their very first try. 26 years later she is the biggest star in Poland but still the same lovely girl, and she openly shares her very emotional Eurovision experience with us. We also get to hear how she tricked Polish television, the real reason that she sang the English version of "To nie ja" at the dress rehersal, what Edyta and Emil up until recently had in common, about her other attempt to get to Eurovision in 2016, why there hasn't been more attempts and what the future might hold for Edyta in the Eurovision.
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