MALTA – With the return of the national selection which will determine the 2022 Maltese entry it is mostly expected that many established singers, as well as newcomers, will submit songs. The question is who might we see. As there are too many potential artists we focus on the following 4 we suspect might enter:
Gaia is all known as the Maltese representative at 2013 Junior Eurovision which she eventually would win. After she performed at several international competitions such as New Wave junior which she also won and The Next star in Romania. Gaia is turning 19 this November so we wouldn’t be surprised at all if she turns up at the Malta Eurovision 2022
Emma Muscat is a 21-year-old Maltese singer model who is mainly working in Italy. Currently, she has a hit in Malta, Italy, and Switzerland with ‘Meglio di sera’ but last year her song ‘Sangria’ topped also the charts in Malta and Italy. Being from a wealthy family which is always a plus this singer might try her luck.
29-year-old Brooke Borg is known for her various participations in the past at the Maltese selection for Eurovision. being a fan favorite at some times, she is highly considered to return to the competition. she has definitely the looks and likely also a very wealthy and supportive family
30-year-old Franklin Calleja is also a known face in the Maltese selection where he participated several times, amongst with ‘Still here’ which was composed by Alexander Rybak. In 2018 he nearly missed the ticket to Lisbon at the San Marino national final. After taking part in the first season of X-Factor, Franklin took a break but recently returned to the music scene where he wowed amongst during the Maltese Festival ‘Muzika Muzika’ with a performance in a duet of Maltese Legend Mari Spiteri (third in 2002 at ESC). Franklin is definitely one of the best vocalists of the Island and with the right track, he could impress at ESC-Stage.
Who will we see of the above artists at the National Selection which will likely be held in February 2022? Let’s hope for fair competition with Anton Attard and his team finally out of the picture. Let the best package win the competition and not the artist with the most money or influence.
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