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Polish pop duo Donatan and Cleo to compete in Eurovision 2014
February 27, 2014   
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Polish pop duo Donatan and Cleo will represent their country in the Eurovision 2014 song contest with a catchy tune that portrays Slavic women as hot-blooded temptresses.

Their song "Slavic Girls" combines folk sounds with hip-hop and has proved a hit in Poland. It will be the country's first entry in Eurovision in three years.

Polish state broadcaster TVP has asked Donatan and Cleo to go to Eurovision after receiving a large amount of letters from fans who wanted the pair to represent Poland.

The finals of the song contest will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, May 10, with some 170 million people from over 40 countries expected to tune in.
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