Eurosong 2007 was the national selection process organised by ČT in order to select the Czech Republic's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2007. The competition took place on 10 March 2007 at the Veletržní Palác in Prague, hosted by Jirí Korn and Katerina Kristelová and broadcast on ČT1 as well as streamed online via the broadcaster's website ceskatelevize.cz.
On 16 February 2007, ČT announced that Kabát would perform "Malá dáma" instead of "Burlaci", and L.B.P. would perform "Story of Life" instead of "So Real". On 27 February 2007, ČT announced that "Samba" performed by Helena Vondráčková was disqualified as the song was recorded too far in advance of the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest. Vondráčková proposed a new song "Ha Ha Ha" for consideration, but later withdrew from the national final due to dissatisfaction with the voting process.
In a May 5, 2007 announcement of Kabát's leaving Prague for Helsinki to perform in the Eurovision semi-final that May 10, the group's bass player Milan Spalek opined "the fact his band play hard rock could work against them in the Eurovision." In the Eurovision semi-final held May 10, 2007, Kabát performed in the 16th spot, just after the eventual winner Serbia. Kabát received one point, resulting in a last place on their Eurovision debut. Only three other countries have done this.
Kabát frontman Pepa Vojtek subsequently stated that the band members were unfamiliar with the nature of Eurovision prior to their 2007 participation after which Vojtek would contend that "a rock group is not a good idea for the particular event".