There are still ten songs in the race to become Malta’s Eurovision entry for Stockholm. Maltese news channel TVM announces today that the criticized song “Chameleon” is challenged by nine other songs, all recorded by the chosen participant Ira Losco. A jury will now decide between these ten songs.
ESCDaily’s chief editor Steef van Gorkum suggested that Ira Losco deserved a better song than “Chameleon” immediately after the Maltese national final. In an exclusive interview with ESCDaily, Ira Losco then confirmed that she was indeed considering changing to another song.
According to the article on TVM, Ira Losco has recorded nine new songs in the past few weeks, as well as a revamped version of “Chameleon”. A jury consisting of members from ten international countries as well as some Maltese local experts will now decide between these songs.
It is uncertain when exactly the decision will be taken. However, it is certain that Ira Losco will in all scenarios represent Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 in Stockholm.
You can watch the old version of “Chameleon” below: