Malta: PBS announce MESC 2017 hosts and running order

PBS’ is gearing up for their Eurovision 2017 national selection, the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, which is taking place on the 16th of February at MFCC, the Fairs and Convention Centre in Ta’Qali.

After all the acts which entered the process were narrowed down to 16, the broadcaster announced the running order for the show yesterday, take a look as it follows:

  1. Klinsmann – Laserlight
  2. Raquela – Ray of light
  3. Deborah C & Josef Tabone  – Tonight
  4. Kevin Borg – Follow
  5. Jade – Seconds away
  6. Crosswalk – So simple
  7. Franklin – Follow me
  8. Rhiannon – Fearless
  9. Miriana Conte – Don’t look down
  10. Shauna – Crazy games
  11. Janice Mangion – Kewkba
  12. Cherton – Fighting to survive
  13. Maxine – Bombshell
  14. Richard Edwards – You
  15. Brooke – Unstoppable
  16. Claudia Faniello – Breathlessly

PBS have also revealed the presenters for the event, Daniel Azzopardi and Charlene Mercieca. Both will be sharing this experience for their first time ever at the Eurovision bubble.

Daniel Azzopardi is an actor who gained popularity in the island by starring as “Guido” on TVM TV series “Strada Stretta”. Charlene Mercieca clearly has a positive message to spread to the world, as she has been bravely fighting against cancer, where it is possible to move from a negative mind, being possible to go through them to reach a positive one.

100% televoting will be used to choose the winner for the first time, instead of having a panel and adding the televotes as an additional member of it. Moreover, the winning entry will not be replaced as it happened last year with Ira Losco’s winning entry Chameleon but eventually represented Malta in Stockholm with Walk on water.

Tickets for the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2017, are already and still on sale on www.showshappening.com or at the venue itself.

Stay tuned!

About Adrián Valiente (Spain)

Adrián Valiente (Spain)
I love the Eurovision Song Contest not only because of its amazing production but it also gives me the chance to discover new music every year. I've been watching it since 2002, since then I became a huge follower, mostly because of the interest TVE put on it with Rosa from Spain. I've attended the contest several times in the last few years. I also attended the Junior Eurovision in Malta and Bulgaria where we lived an amazing experience thanks to all delegations and PBS/BNT organising team.

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