Malta: Running order, Hosts…and more.

Source: esctoday.com, tvm.com.mt, escflashmalta.com
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Malta: Running order, Hosts…and more.

PBS, the Maltese national broadcaster, revealed more details regarding the MESC (Malta Eurovision Song Contest) 2014 which will be held on 7 and 8 February.

Starting with the running order of the semi final on Friday 7 February. The songs will be performed in this order:

1   Amber - Because I have you

2   Chris Grech - Oblivion

3   Romina Mamo - Addictive

4   Jessika - Hypnotica

5   Andreana Debattista - Now and forever

6   Daniel Testa - One last ride

7   Raquel Galdes - Invisible

8   Fabrizio Faniello - Just no place like home

9   Wayne William - Some kind of wonderful

10   Ryan Paul Abela - City lady

11   Christabelle Borg - Lovetricity

12   Pamela Bezzina - Take me

13   Sophie Debattista - Let the sunshine in

14   Franklin Calleja - Love will take me home

15   Miriam Christine - Safe

16   Deborah C - Until we meet again

17   Firelight - Coming home

18   De Bee - Pin the middle

19   Davinia Pace - Brand new day

20   Corazon Mizzi - Ten

 

Local website escflashmalta.com has revealed who will host the show as well as some of the guest performers. Hosting the MESC 2014 will be none other than last years’ Maltese representative Gianluca and one of Malta’s best scoring artists Ira Losco.

Guest performances will come from Gianluca who’ll be singing Tomorrow, a special performance by Ira Losco and Gianluca, and Junior Eurovision 2013 winner Gaia Cauchi along with La Voix Academy. There are reports that Gianluca’s family would also be performing. The shows will feature some international performers too, including San Marino entrant Valentina Monetta.

The 20 artists will take the stage at MFCC in Ta’ Qali on 7 February and will compete for 14 places in the final the following day on 8 February where the 27th Maltese representative will be chosen.

Stay tuned to esctoday.com for more news from Malta and the Eurovision Song Contest 2014.


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Luke Borg
Luke Borg

I'm Luke Borg and I'm from Malta. I'm currently studying media and I'm a big Eurovision fan! My first Eurovision memory is when I was 8 and asked my dad why we have to sing in the semi-final to be able to sing on Saturday...it was in 2004!


One Comment

  1. Jake
    January 26, 2014 at 17:34

    Ira Losco were great back on ESC2002! Best of luck to Malta from Finland! @ http://jake.suntuubi.com/


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