X-Factor Malta continued with the second of its live shows this weekend. The ten remaining finalists took part in the second live show dedicated to ‘Guilty Pleasures’ and two more acts were eliminated at the end of the weekend.
X-Factor Malta moved to the live shows stage of the competition this weekend. 12 finalists took part in the first live show and two acts were eliminated at the end of the weekend.
X-Factor Malta will progress to the live shows stage of the competition next weekend. Following this week’s Judges’ Houses portion of the competition, the final 12 have been revealed.
X-Factor Malta will once again serve as the nation’s process for choosing its Eurovision artist in 2020. The show kicked off in October and has already aired the opening auditions, boot camp and six chair challenge episodes. Next week sees the 24 remaining acts battle it out in the Judges’ Houses for a coveted place in the live shows. Read on to find out who has made the cut.
Jenny Ryan aka the Vixen from ITV’s quiz show ‘the Chase’ has proven herself to be quite the contender on the celebrity version of singing competition the ‘X-Factor’. This weekend the show saw the seven remaining celebrities battle it out for a place in the top six.
This weekend saw X-Factor Celebrity move to the live show portion of the competition. Back in the judging seats were Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh and Nicole Scherzinger who last week were given their categories (the groups, unders and overs respectively). The weekend started with thirteen acts, including rugby boyband Try Star, journalist Martin Bashir, chat show host Ricki Lake and former Glee star Kevin McHale.
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The first season of X-Factor Malta have proven a ratings hit and tonight’s final crowned Michela Pace as the winner. They will go on to represent Malta at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv in May.
The BBC has announced today the artists and songs that will take part in its Eurovision 2019 selection show ‘Eurovision: You Decide’, when it returns to our screens on 8 February. The show will once again be hosted by the brilliant pairing of Mel Giedroyc and Måns Zelmerlöw. It will move from last year’s location (Brighton’s Dome) to Salford’s Media City (outside Manchester) in 2019. Read on to find out who is taking part!