After winning the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, Destiny Chukunyere now hopes to also win the adult version of the contest. The song that she will sing for Malta in Rotterdam is called ‘All Of My Love’.
Destiny Chukunyere has won the final of X Factor Malta and will now respresent her country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. The song for the former winner of Junior Eurovision will be announced later on in the season.
The fourth live show of the second season of X Factor Malta has now taken place, where two of the acts have now been eliminated. The 6 finalists performed songs that represented the theme ‘Big Band’ and ‘Jukebox’ with two songs performed by each act.
Broadcaster TVM has announced, that for the second season, X-factor Malta will be the selection method to select the Maltese Eurovision entry for The Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam. Former Junior Eurovision winner Destiny Chukunyere is one of the participants.
X-Factor Malta winner Michela Pace has presented the song that she will perform in Tel Aviv. The Maltese entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is called ‘Chameleon’.
Michela Pace has finally won X-Factor Malta. The X-Factor franchise has been used in Malta to select this years Eurovision entry for Tel Aviv.
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Petra, Michela, Nicole and Owen have all qualified for the grand final of X-Factor Malta. This is the first time that the Maltese broadcaster decided to use this format, and it is proving to be so popular, there is already a series 2.
Malta uses the talent show format X-Factor to select their artist for the Eurovision Song Contest. In this article we keep you posted on the results in the Maltese X-Factor.
The line up for the first edition of the worldwide hit shot X-Factor in Malta has been announced. It does include some very familiar faces. PBS recently announced that the winner of X-Factor in Malta will represent the island at Eurovision in 2019.