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16 finalist songs for Eurovision 2018 announced

Public Broadcasting Services (PBS) has announced the 16 songs selected that will compete in the final phase of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest. The chosen songs were announced during a meeting with the 30 singers who were selected to perform their song in the contest’s preliminary phase.

The finalist songs were chosen over three days of auditions and were performed before a jury of seven foreign judges.

The final session to select the song that will represent Malta at next year’s Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Portugal will take place in February next year.

The 16 finalist songs are:

1 Dai Laga Aidan
2 We Can Run Avenue Sky
3 Heart Of Gold Brooke Borg
4 Taboo Christabelle Borg
5 One Step At A Time Danica Muscat
6 Turn It Up Deborah C
7 Back to Life Eleanor Cassar
8 Supernovas Jasmine Abela
9 Love Renegade Lawrence Gray
10 Call 2morrow Matthew Anthony
11 Breaking Point Mikhail Attard and Cherylis Camilleri
12 Rocket Miriana Conte
13 Evolution Petra
14 Beyond Blue Horizons Rhiannon Micallef
15 Song For Dad Richard & Joe Micallef
16 First Time Tiziana Calleja

 

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30 kanzunetta jgħaddu għall-fażi li jmiss tal-Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2018

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