Following his trip to Armenia, Glen headed next to Georgia to promote One Life. Whilst he was there, he met again with the Georgian Head of Delegation Maia Baratashvili, who had actually been a jury member in the Maltese national final, and had awarded Glen her maximum points. Maia said "Glen has all of the qualities that fit a good Eurovision show."
Glen also met the Georgian representatives, Eldrine. They sang together with a live band. Reflecting on his time in Tbilisi, Glen said "I am very impressed with the organisation of the Georgian delegation, and the food is also very good here, especially the typical Georgian hacapuri!"
Huge concert in Amsterdam
The next stop on Glen's tour was the Eurovision in Concert event held in Amsterdam in April. Glen was amongst many acts who performed their 2011 entries. He was accompanied by his dancers Sandro Zammit and Simon Law.
In April, a party was held in the United Kingdom at London's Shadow Lounge. Glen attended and sang One Life, also he performed one of his all time favourite songs from the Eurovision Song Contest, Katrina & The Waves 1997 winner Love Shine A Light. Glen also met the Israeli entrant Dana International, and 2000 United Kingdom performer Nicki French. Glen was interviewed by the BBC, Sky and many other journalists.
Following London, it was a trip to the RAI Italian broadcasters studio's in Milan. Here, Glen performed on Top Of The Pops, and the show was built around the same concept as his preview video for One Life.
Bidding farewell to Maltese fans
Glen's final date on the promotional tour was a meet and greet session in the Maltese capital Valletta. A huge crowd of supporters and fans turned up to wish Glen well. Glen's team had prepared branded merchandise and CD copies of One Life to hand out, which were of course well received byt the fans.
Glen and his team will rehearse for the first time in Düsseldorf on Monday 2nd May. Stay tuned to Eurovision.tv fo full coverage