Only ten days since Kasia Moś was selected to represent Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine, and we can now confirm her place upon the Café de Paris stage for the London Eurovision Party 2017. As it stands, Kasia Moś is our seventh artist to be confirmed and the 10th Anniversary party is really shaping up to be something special.
Kasia Moś is an experienced singer who has a varied career in music. Aged just 17, in 2005, Kasia Moś released “I Wanna Know”, which she performed in Poland’s national final for the Eurovision Song Contest 2006, finishing in 10th place. Later in her career, after spending some time focusing on singing on stage as part of musical productions, Kasia moved to the United States and met American producer Robin Antin, founder of the girl band The Pussycat Dolls. After sending over some demos, she joined up with the burlesque revue group of the Pussycat Dolls and over the course of six months, collaborated with artists such as Kelly Clarkson plus was invited by actress Eva Longoria to sing at a charity auction organised by her foundation.
In 2012, Kasia Moś came third on the Polish version of Must Be the Music, then in October 2015, she released her debut studio album Inspination. One of the singles from the album, “Addiction”, qualified to Poland’s national final for the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 and in the final, which took place on 5 March 2016, the song received 3.39% of the vote, and placed sixth.
Finally, on her third attempt, Kasia Moś won the Polish ticket to Eurovision in 2017. The song, “Flashlight”, written by Pete Baringger, Rickard Bonde Truumeel and Kasia Moś herself, won the hearts of the jury as well as coming second in the televote, winning the selection process with 19 points out of a possible 20.
You can see Kasia’s live performance from the Polish national final below: