Idol Poland (season 1)

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Idol (Poland)
Season 1
Broadcast from January 2002 – June 30, 2002
Judges Kuba Wojewódzki
Elżbieta Zapendowska
Jacek Cygan
Robert Leszczyński
Host(s) Maciej Rock
Broadcaster Polsat
Winner:
Alicja Janosz
Alicja Janosz2.jpg
Origin Pszczyna, Poland
Song "Zmień siebie"
Genre(s) Rock
Runner-up
Ewelina Flinta
Chronology
  2002

Idol Poland (season 1) was the first season of Idol Poland. It was the first international adaption of the British singing competition Pop Idol and the first show that went by the simple title Idol. It premiered in January 2002, one month after the final of the original series, and lasted for six months until June 30. Alicja Janosz won over Ewelina Flinta and Szymon Wydra and therefore became the first female winner of the Idol series. It was also the first time that two females made it to the grand finale. On Christmas 2003 Janosz would compete with ten other countries Idol winners on World Idol where she eventually placed 8th.
As the show became a runaway success most finalists got signed and next to Janosz her fellow competitors Ewelina Flinta, Szymon Wydra, Tomasz Makowiecki (with Makowicki Band), Patrcyja Wódz (with girlgroup Queen) and most notably Anna Dąbrowska were able to established careers on the polish music market and enjoyed long running success.
Marcin Mroziński, who made it to the semifinals but was eliminated in the wildcard round, went on to establish a musical career before becoming one of polish most popular singers and represented Poland in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2010 where he was eliminated in the semifinals. [1]

Finals[edit]

Finalists[edit]

(ages stated at time of contest)

Contestant Age Hometown Voted Off Liveshow Theme
Alicja Janosz 17 Pszczyna Winner Grand Finale
Ewelina Flinta 22 Lubsko June 30, 2002
Szymon Wydra 26 Radom
Małgorzata "Gosia" Stępień 24 Inowrocław June 23, 2002 Songs with Soul
Tomasz Makowiecki 18 Gdynia June 16, 2002 Musicals
Paweł Nowak 16 Gdynia Apr 25, 2002 Hits
Patrycja Wódz 23 Szczecin Jun 15, 2002 Rock
Anna Dąbrowska 21 Chełm Jun 09, 2002 Disco Fever
Jakub Rutnicki 23 Szamotuły Jun 08, 2002 My Idol
Mike Zawitkowski 19 USA

Elimination Chart[edit]

Legend
Did Not Perform Female Male Top 48 Wild Card Top 10 Winner
Safe Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Eliminated
Stage: Semi Wild
Card
Finals
Week: 05/01 05/07 05/10 05/14 05/17 05/21 05/24 05/28 05/31 06/08 06/09 06/15 06/16 06/22 06/23 06/30
Place Contestant Result
1 Alicja Janosz Adv Btm 2 Winner
2 Ewelina Flinta Adv Btm 3 Runner-Up
3 Szymon Wydra Adv Btm 3 Elim
4 Gosia Stępień Adv Btm 3 Btm 3 Btm 2 Btm 2 Elim
5 Tomasz Makowiecki Adv Btm 3 Elim
6 Paweł Nowak Elim Adv Elim
7 Patrycja Wódz Elim Adv Btm 2 Elim
8 Anna Dąbrowska Adv Wdrw
9 Jakub Rutnicki Adv Elim
10 Mike Zawitkowski Adv
Wild
Card
Aleksandra Łysiak Elim Elim
Anna Jankowska Elim
Karolina Staromiejska Elim
Katarzyna Olczyk Elim
Marcin Mroziński Elim
Mirosław Skonieczny Elim
Semi-
Final 8
Agnieszka Maksyjan Elim
Emilia Tarasiewicz
Maria Widomska
Paweł Niewiadomski
Semi-
Final 7
Bartłomiej Zdanowicz Elim
Beata Wiater
Lorena Ganga Neto
Piotr Lachendro
Semi-
Final 6
Bogusława Burzenik Elim
Karolina Parzych
Marcin Ziółkowski
Sylwia Lasok
Semi-
Final 5
Beata Brodnicka Elim
Daniel Basiński
Iwona Buła
Karolina Serocka
Semi-
Final 4
Dariusz Dšbrowski Elim
Marcin Piórecki
Sylwia Pawłowicz
Tomasz Łupak
Semi-
Final 3
Andrzej Zubrzycki Elim
Aneta Figiel
Ewelina Kapelan
Katarzyna Baranowska
Semi-
Final 2
Agnieszka Kałuża Elim
Karolina Sumowska
Małgorzata Godlewska
Paula Ignasiak
Semi-
Final 1
Justyna Szymańska Elim
Sebastian Chmiel
Sławomir Konik
Sławomir Lisowski

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