Justyna Steczkowska is a Polish singer, songwriter, photographer, and actress. She was raised in a large and musically inclined family, has five sisters and three brothers and played violin in a family band before becoming a solo singer. She has a vocal range of four octaves. Steczkowska became famous when she won a song contest in Szansa na sukces programme, performing Maanam's song "Buenos Aires". Later, she represented Poland in the 1995 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Sama", which was placed eighteenth. After a few CDs with her own songs, she released Alkimja, a compilation of Jewish songs with Polish lyrics. She received multiple awards including a Fryderyk for The Best Song of The Year. She appeared in two films: Billboard and Na koniec świata. She took part in the Polish edition of Dancing with the Stars where she came second, and co-hosts Dancing on Ice. In 2013, she was revealed as one of the coaches on the second series of the talent show The Voice of Poland.
|Born:||Aug 2, 1972, Rzeszów, Poland|
|Children:||3 (2 sons, 1 daughter)|
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About Justyna Steczkowska
Popular Polish singer known for Platinum and Gold-selling albums like The Shaman's Girlfriend and Give Me a Moment. She came in second place on the Polish edition of Dancing with the Stars.
She rose to fame after winning the Polish song contest Szansa Na Sukces.
Her 1996 song Oko Za Oko earned her a Fryderyk award for Best Song of The Year.
She comes from a highly musical family.
She has been a co-host of the ice dancing competition show Dancing On Ice, which was won by Daniel Whiston in its third season.
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- Polish Eurovision Song Contest entrants
- Polish pop singers
- Polish female singers