Malta: Thea Garrett looks forward to the task ahead

by Edward Montebello 42 views

Thea Garrett who will be representing Malta in this year�¢ï¿½ï¿½s Eurovision Song Contest spoke to esctoday.com few days before her departure to Norway. The 18 year old singer gave account to her road towards Oslo, mainly the preparations for the actual performance.

Malta’s Eurovision hopeful Thea Garrett states that she is highly excited to kick-off with the Eurovision task that will be one of the main highlights in her music career. She spoke about the rehearsals she did with the backing vocals and Jes Darmanin who will play the seagull role in the song My Dream. The Maltese artist explained how just few days before leaving the country she did the final touches on the dress. Infact Thea designed her own dress and created the image for the performance presented on stage.

The singer stated that the performance will be enhanced from the national final but it will remain simple in order that the vocal part comes stronger. Thea Garrett spoke about the collaboration with the composer and author who gave her the initial support towards the Eurovision Song Contest. She also described the promotion in Belgium and her appearance in Pink Nation concert.

Malta will compete in the first semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Oslo on 25th May.

Watch the interview below

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqmyANRi41g

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Edward Montebello

Joined esctoday.com in 2010. He has a passion towards the Eurovision Song Contest and started following it in 1991. Since 2005 he attended the contest and reported live the events related to Europe's favourite show. He taught history and also worked as a journalist with the biggest private television and radio station in Malta. He currently works in the Communications Office at the Ministry for Family & Social Solidarity in Malta.

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