Malta: National Final Tonight!

MaltaMalta – Tonight, the second entry for Eurovision 2015 will be chosen. In Malta, the national final comes to an end as PBS, the Maltese broadcaster, holds the grand final with the14 songs that qualified in yesterday’s semi!

So this is it! After FYROM, this is the second national final of the season. The second entry will be chosen tonight, in Malta. Yesterday a semifinal qualified only 14 songs out of 20 for tonight’s show. If you missed the show, you can recap all performances on this youtube’s playlist!

This is tonight’s line-up:

  1. Glen Vella Breakaway (Kevin Borg & Simon Gribbe)
  2. Karen DeBattista12, Baker Street ( Jan Van Dijck & Emil Calleja Bayliss)
  3. MinikOnce in a while (Elton Zarb & Rita Pace)
  4. TrilogyChasing a dream (Paul Abela & Joe Julian Farrugia)
  5. Chris GrechClosed doors (Chris Grech, Edward Mifsud, Peter Borg & David Cassar Torregiani)
  6. EkklesiaLove and let go (Philip Vella)
  7. JessikaFandango (Philip Vella & Gerard James Borg)
  8. Deborah C – It’s OK (Elton Zarb & Matthew Mercieca)
  9. AmberWarrior (Elton Zarb & Matthew Mercieca)
  10. L-AħwaBeautiful to me (Erik & Anjou)
  11. FranklinStill here (Alexander Rybak)
  12. ChristabelleRush (Elton Zarb & Matthew Mercieca)
  13. Lawrence GrayThe one that you love (Elton Zarb & Lawrence Gray)
  14. Daniel TestaSomething in the way (Mins Ek & Charlie Mason)

These were the six songs that did not make it yesterday:

  1. Lyndsay PaceHome (Boris Cezek)
  2. Iona DalliCould have been me (Philip Vella)
  3. Raquel GaldesStop haunting me (Elton Zarb & Matthew Mercieca)
  4. Danica MuscatClose your eyes (Elton Zarb & Emil Calleja Bayliss)
  5. CorazonSecretly (Corazon)
  6. DomeniqueTake me as I am (Adrian O’Connor)

The show starts at 20:45 CET and a webcast is available on PBS’ website here. The show’s supposed to last for 2h45 but, with Malta, you never really know!

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472 comments on “Malta: National Final Tonight!

  1. I want Glen Vella as a friend …

  2. Jesus christ it’s an actual clean sweep.

  3. Congratulations, Amber. :)

  4. Well that’s what I’d call unanimous..Karen not getting a single point is disgraceful imo…

  5. It’s a sweep. I am no fan but see the qualities MLT15 has. Good luck.

    1st MLT
    2nd MAK (you will be terribly punished by me for not sending Tamara … GRRRRR)

  6. I’m not crazy about the winner, but thank God the nuns didn’t win.

    “12, Baker Street” with nul points????

  7. Every jury member had the same 12 points? Every single one.

  8. So Amber will be representing Malta in eurovision with a landslide victory.Congratulations!

  9. Also does anyone remember last year’s (I think) fiasco when the official esc site had published an article before the end of MESC that declared Amber as the winner ?
    They were some time ahead apparently lol !

    • They announced her… I don’t remember her from previous editions (songs or face, but do remeber her name)… Well she deserve it this time, I am so happy the sisters didn’t won :D

  10. MALTAAAAA!!!! Best song won this time… Congrats, I can see this doing quite well, and actually be favorite if they re-master it a bit.

  11. Damn, Christabelle was so close…

    At least the nuns didn’t win.

  12. There is soemthing I love about Amber’s performance. She does try to llok sexy for the camera as so many singers do. Her rendition is honest and sounds sincere.

  13. That was actually a touching moment.They all seem to love “Warrior”.

  14. So now I can sleep tonight. The worst nightmare didn’t happen.

  15. So,actually the nuns were a flop.Lol.I knew they would flop i just didn’t know if it would happen at the Maltese final or at the esc semi.

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