This week saw the second group in our annual competition to find the top 40 songs from former Eurovision stars in 2019. This set of 16 contenders were posted on Monday and you have been voting for your favourites. It’s now time to reveal the results and announce which five songs have made it through to the final 40.
This weekend X-Factor Malta progressed to the Boot Camp phase of the competition and with over 70 artists making it through the first round of auditions the judging panel (made up of Ira Losco, Howard Keith Debono, Ray Mercieca, and Alexandra Alden) would have their work cut out for them.
Earlier this evening sixteen acts battled it out to be Malta’s pick for Eurovision 2018. The results are in and the winning song was ‘Taboo’. The song will be performed by Christabelle in Lisbon in May. Continue reading
Sixteen acts will compete in the Maltese national final for Eurovision 2018 tomorrow night. Ahead of that decision we had asked you to vote for your favourite song in the running in our poll. Read on for the results!Continue reading
Malta is just weeks away from staging its Eurovision 2018 selection show MESC. Before that we take a look at the sixteen songs that are in contention and rank them in order of our favourites. Read on to find out which was our favourite!Continue reading
Last month the Maltese broadcaster revealed the list to the 16 songs that will compete at the live MESC 2018 show in February. This week they debuted the songs for the first time. Listen to them below.Continue reading
Last month the Maltese broadcaster revealed a list of 30 artists and songs that they had selected for the next round of their national selection for Eurovision 2018. Today, they have gone one step closer and have shortened the list to the 16 songs that will compete at the live MESC 2018 show in Jan/Feb. Read on for the full list of contenders.Continue reading
Just a few weeks into Eurovision 2018 season and Malta are kicking off early. They move on to the next stage of their selection process having whittled 60 longlisted entries down to a final 30. Continue reading