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Malta's national final lineup complete

10 February 2023 at 14:00 CET
Emma Muscat represented Malta at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in Turin EBU / Andres Putting
Malta is holding the big final of its 'Malta Eurovision Song Contest' on the evening of Saturday 11 February. The search to find the Maltese entry for the 67th Eurovision Song Contest is almost complete!

HOW TO WATCH: The final of 'Malta Eurovision Song Contest' is happening at 21:00 CET on Saturday 11 February. Viewers can tune in, wherever they are in the world, via an online stream hosted by TVM.

Destiny represented Malta at the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam EBU / Thomas Hanses

Now that 3 quarter finals and a semi final have played out, Malta has its 16 entries that will make up the final of Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2023.

A starting field of 40 songs was reduced to 24 at the quarter-final stage, which took place across 3 Friday nights in January. On Thursday 9 February, a semi final saw these 24 reduced to our final 16. And it is these 16 entries we can watch compete in the final on Saturday night.

Maltese eyes will be fixed to the region of Ta' Quali on Saturday night; specifically the MFCC, the venue in which the Malta Eurovision Song Contest final is happening.

Hosts for the evening are Glen Vella and Amber Bondin - two faces that might be familiar to regular viewers of the Eurovision Song Contest. Both talents represented Malta at the Contest, in 2011 and 2015 respectively.

Voting on the night will be done by both the Maltese public and an expert jury. Both sets of scores will hold an equal weighting in determining the winner; the entry that will go on to represent Malta at the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool.

The Songs

Before Saturday night's big final, you can familiarise yourself with the 16 songs that will be competing for Malta's vote, right here:

Brooke – Checkmate

Dan – It’ll Be Ok

Matt Blxck – UP.

Fabrizio Faniello – Try To Be Better

Cheryl Balzan – La La Land

Ryan Hill – In the Silence

Stefan Galea – Heartbreaker

Christian Arding – Eku Ċar

Geo Debono – The Mirror

Nathan – Creeping Walls

Giada – I Depend On You

Chris Grech – Indescribable

The Busker – Dance (Our Own Party)

Maxine Pace – Alone

Ian – On My Own

Eliana Gomez Blanco – Guess What

Malta will perform in the First Semi-Final at the 67th Eurovision Song Contest.

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