Junior Eurovision 2019 Hosts Revealed!

Polish broadcaster TVP have now announced the trio of presenters who will host the upcoming edition of Junior Eurovision which will be hosted in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland.

There will be three hosts for this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, Polish presenters Ida Nowakowska and Aleksander Sikora alongside last year’s winner Roksana Węgiel.

Get to know the hosts:

Ida Nowakowska

Ida Nowakowska is a Polish-American dancer, actress and TV personality. She studied in New York at the Professional Performing Arts School and Steps on Broadway and has performed at the Metropolitan Opera. She also graduated from the Film, Theater and Television department of the University of California. While studying, she worked as a dancer with Bruno Mars and Cee Lo Green.

In Poland, she has performed as a dancer, juror and host of various programmes. She recently became the host of TVP’s popular morning show Pytanie na śniadanie and will host the next edition of the Voice Kids.

Aleksander Sikora

Aleksander Sikora is a Polish presenter and lifestyle journalist. He first hit television screens in 2011 as a host one some of the most popular music channels in the country, such as MTV Polska, VIVA Polska and 4funTV.

At the moment, Aleksander works for TVP also on the television programme, Pytanie na śniadanie. He is also host for the TVP2 summer tour, which features Polish and International singers. He has experience when it comes to Eurovision, having covered the 2017 and 2018 contests, as well as the MTV Video Awards in New York in 2018, and then the MTV Europe Music Awards in London and Bilbao in 2017 and 2018.

Roksana Węgiel

Roksana Węgiel is well known in the Junior Eurovision world, having won the contest last year with the song Anyone I Want To Be. She was the first Polish winner at the contest, and has since broke the record on the Junior Eurovision YouTube channel for the most watched video. She had also won  the first edition of The Voice Kids at the age of 13.

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