MALTA – “All of My Love” is a song recorded by Maltese singer Destiny Chukunyere. The song was planned to represent Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. However, the contest was cancelled because of the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic. The song was written by Bernarda Brunovic, Borislav Milanov, Sebastian Arman, Dag Lundberg and Joacim Persson.
The song was originally aimed for Poli Genova, who instead chose to release If Love Was a Crime as Bulgaria’s 2016 entry, as revealed in an Instagram conversation with 2013 Finland entry Krista Siegfrids, who she was alongside in the Finnish selection process in March 2020. Another of the song’s writers, Bernarda Brunovic, admitted that she submitted the song to the Croatian selection process but, after it was rejected, it was given to Destiny. 2018 Austrian entry Cesar Sampson, a close friend of Milanov, was also a composer of the song.
The song also fared well in alternative programming to replace Eurovision in various countries. Austria’s ORF aired Der kleine Song Contest in April 2020, which saw every entry being assigned to one of three semi-finals. A jury consisting of ten singers that had represented Austria at Eurovision before, including Sampson, was hired to rank each song; the best-placed in each semi-final advanced to the final round. In the second semi-final on 14 April, “All of My Love” won in a field of 14 participants, achieving 97 points, with every juror giving it at least 8. In the final show involving the 3 heat winners, the song placed 3rd with 19% of the votes.
The song also fared well in Norddeutscher Rundfunk’s Eurovision 2020 – das deutsche Finale , where it placed 4th, and Sveriges Television’s Sveriges 12:a on 14 May, placing second to Iceland in both lists.