SEMI FINAL 2: Monika Kuszyńska from Poland will perform 'In The Name Of Love' at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest held in Vienna, Austria.
23 Apr 2015 - 3:48 PM  UPDATED 11 Jun 2015 - 4:35 PM

Rounding out this year’s Semi Finals will be Poland who have traded their buxom milkmaids for a “heartfelt” ballad delivered by seasoned performer Monika Kuszyńska. Kuszyńska, a successful recording artist in her native Poland, was injured in a car accident in 2006 which left her partially paralysed and threatened to destroy her successful career. Her entry 'In the Name of Love' translates the theme of this year’s contest “Building Bridges” into a sweet ballad containing a message of hope and tolerance. An admirable effort, and a complete change in direction from the 2014 Polish entry, this is a reflective and powerful way to finish the 2015 Semi Finals. 



3 Questions with Monika Kuszyńska

What are three interesting aspects about your entry?

Tolerance, hope, love.

What are three impressive facts about you?

I was in a car accident which made me partially paralyzed, so I have used a wheelchair since 2006. 

Why is the Eurovision Song Contest important for you?

The Eurovision Song Contest message is very important for me - to build the bridge of tolerance in the name of love.


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