Malta: Running order for the final

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Sixteen acts qualified for the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2011 final. Following the show a draw to determine the running order for the final took place. A professional jury and the public will select upon Malta's 24th representative in the Eurovision Song Contest.

The running order is yet to be fully determined since some songs have the same backing vocals.

1. Eleanor Cassar – Hypnotised (Paul Giordimania, Fleur Balzan)

Pot 1

Jessica Muscat – Down Down Down (Philip Vella, Jessica Muscat)

Ally – Numb (Ally, Ally)

Amber – Catch 22 (Ray Agius, Godwin Sant)

Pot 2

Kurt Calleja – Over and Over (Johan J'atmberg, Kurt Calleja)

Baklava – Moon dance (Philip Vella, Gerard James Borg)

Glen Vella – One Life (Paul Giordimania, Fleur Balzan)

Fabrizio Faniello – No Surrender (Johan Stentorp , Johan Bederholm)

Pot 3

Claudia Faniello – Movie in My Mind (Philip Vella, Gerard James Borg)

J.Anvil – Topsy-Turvy (Jonas Gladnikoff / Niall Mooney / Andrew Zahra, Deo Grech, Natasha Turner)

Richard Edwards – Finally (Jan Van Dijck, Richard Micallef)

Marilena ft Michael – He’s a Demon (Michael Henry, Anthony Grech)

Pot 4

Wayne Micallef – Everybody Sing (Wayne Micallef, Wayne Micallef)

Kelly Schembri – Love me like your money (Sven Lundhol, Gerard James Borg)

Raquela – If I could do it all again (Marc Paelnick, Mathias Strasser)

16. Klinsmann & Ben – This Love (Klinsmann Coleiro, Jonathan Spiteri)

The professional jury made up of six persons will be chaired by the high profile Italian singer Riccardo Cocciante while the public vote has a weight of three judges. Malta will compete in the first semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Düsseldorf.

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Edward Montebello

Joined 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.