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Ben Camille to host The X Factor Malta

Ben Camille will be hosting the first edition of The X Factor Malta.

Ben Camille is considered as Malta’s most loved TV personality. Since 2016 he broadened  his career with the hosting of  various TV programmes and other prestigious productions.

Ben also took the international stage when PBS Ltd. and the European Broadcasting Union entrusted him to host the Junior Eurovision Song Contest Malta 2016.

Ben Camille shall pursue his career with yet another distinguished production, that of hosting the first ever edition of The X Factor Malta, as from October, on TVM.

Speaking to tvm.com.mt Ben said: ‘This is a dream come true. The X factor  is one of the most prestigious TV formats and I feel humbled with this great opportunity.’

You can now apply to take part in the first edition of The X Factor Malta.

Applications can be found online on tvm.com.mt/xfactormalta.  Applicants can also send a video clip using Whatsapp on 77062018.  This call closes on Wednesday 4th July 2018.

In addition to representing Malta at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, the winner of The X Factor Malta will also secure a record contract with Sony Music Italy.

The X Factor, a Syco Entertainment owned format is globally co-produced/licensed by FremantleMedia Limited.

More information about The X Factor Malta can be accessed from www.facebook.com/xfactormalta or www.instagram.com/xfactormalta.

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