Magdalena Tul

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Magdalena Tul
Magdalena Tul Closer.jpg
Magdalena Tul, 2017
Background information
Also known asLady Tullo
Born (1980-04-29) 29 April 1980 (age 38)
OriginGdańsk, Poland
Years active2000 – present

Magdalena Tul (born 29 April 1980, Gdańsk) is a Polish singer and composer. In 2000 she moved from Gdańsk to Warsaw where she started working as a singer and actress for Studio Buffo, a musical theater. She performed there as a lead singer in Metro. Three years later, she started working with another musical theater, Roma. She performed there in the musicals Miss Saigon, Grease, Cats and Academy of Mister Kleks.

Early life and career[edit]

At age 12, Tul participated in a local children's band which eventually led to her interest in music. She was shortlisted during the Polish pre-selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2005. Six years later, on 14 February 2011, she was chosen to represent Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 with her entry, "Jestem".[1] She did not reach the finals, having come last in the semi-finals in 19th position.[2]

In 2012, she sent in a song for the Swiss selection in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö, Sweden. The song's title was "Give It Up"[3] but she didn't reach the final. She returned to the contest in 2014 as a jury member.

In 2013, she became a contestant on The Voice of Poland.

In May 2014 she released "Brave" her latest album.


  • VOH - Victory of Heart
  • She's Not
  • Tryin'
  • Full of Life
  • Jestem
  • Find the Music
  • He's Not Good 4U
  • Pretty Baby
  • Give It Up
  • I Am Who I Am

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Preceded by
Marcin Mroziński
with Legenda
Poland in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Donatan & Cleo
with My Słowianie