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Malta: first quarterfinal MESC 2023

Tonight, Malta makes a start with their first quarter final of MESC (Malta Eurovision Song Contest). The show starts on 21.00 CET and you can watch it here. Four quarter finals will be held. Out of 13 songs, 8 will be chosen to go to the semifinal. The songs are:

  • Aidan sings “Regina”
  • Christian Arding sings “Eku car”
  • Clintess sings “Lura Qatt”
  • Eliana Gomez Blanco sings “Guess what”
  • Fabrizio Faniello sings “Try to be better”
  • Geo Debono sings “The mirror”
  • Haley sings “Tik Tok”
  • Jason Scerri sings “Anything can happen”
  • Klinsmann sings “Piranha”
  • Maria Debono sings “X’allegria”
  • Mikhail sings “Leħen Fiċ-Ċpar”
  • Nathan sings “Creeping walls”
  • Stefan Galea sings “Heartbreaker”

Aidan took part in MESC in 2018 (4th), X-Factor 2019 (semifinals) and MESC 2022 (2nd)
Christian Arding took part in 2006 (5th) and 2009 (semifinal)
Fabrizio Faniello took part in 1998 (2nd), 1999 (8th), 2000 (2nd), 2001 (1st), 2004 (3rd), 2005 (12th), 2006 (1st), 2011 (4th), 2012 (6th) and 2014 (semifinal). He took part in Eurovision in 2001 with “Another summer night” and in 2006 with “I do”.
Klinsmann took part in 2007 (3rd), 2008 (7th), 2009 (13th), 2010 (11th), 2011 (7th), 2012 (16th), 2013 (semifinal) and 2017 (10th).
Mikhail took part in X-Factor 2019 (semifinals).
Stefan Galea took part in 2016 (semifinal) and X-Factor 2019 (auditions).

 

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