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The 20 songs through to the Maltese semi final


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Gordon Roxburgh
Gordon Roxburgh
Posted 11 December, 2015, 23:36

PBS in Malta have just announced on the television show Xarabank the 20 songs which have reached the semi final stage of the contest to represent Malta in next year's Eurovision Song Contest. On the 3rd of December it was revealed that 153 songs had been submitted in total, and that 49 of them had made it through to tonight's phase of the competition. Now the 20 songs that have reached the semi-final have been revealed, and a short teaser of the entries were performed on the show by the lucky singers who have won through to the next round.

The 20 semi final songs

Alive sung by Jasmine Abela
All Around The World sung by Deborah C
Chameleon (Invincible) sung by Ira Losco
Empty Hearted sung by Domenique Azzopardi
Falling Glass sung by Corazon (Mizzi)
Fire Burn sung by Dominic
Flashing Lights sung by Raquel Galdes
Frontline sung by Danica Muscat
Golden sung by Brooke
I Love You sung by Dario Mifsud Bonnici
Kingdom sung by Christabelle Borg
Light Up My Life sung by Stefan Galea
Lighthouse sung by Kimberley Cortis
Little Love sung by Franklin Calleja
Right Here With You sung by Sarah Crystal
That's Why I Love You sung by Ira Losco
The Flame sung by Jessika
Under The Sun sung by Daniel Testa
Young Love sung by Maxine Pace
You're Beautiful sung By Laurence Gray

The Judging

The 20 songs will be judged in a live television show from the Mediterranean Conference Centre on Friday 22nd of January, 2016. Then 14 of those songs will progress forward to the final, which will take place the following evening on Saturday 23rd of January, 2016.
The winning artist will go forward to represent Malta in the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm.

History

Malta have yet to win Europe's Favourite TV show since their debut in 1971, though they have come close on several occasions, finishing as runners up in 2002 and 2005, and in third place in 1992 and 1998. In the 2015 contest Malta just missed out on a place in the Grand Final, when Amber took the song Warrior to 11th place in the Second Semi-Final.
Have you any early favourite songs to represent Malta in Stockholm?
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