🇲🇹 Further information about MJESC2022 revealed

🇲🇹 Further information about MJESC2022 revealed

We are getting closer to finding out who will represent Malta at the 2022 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Ahead of the final tonight, TVM has revealed the running order, as well as the guests that will be appearing in tonight’s show.

Running Order for MJESC2022 revealed

TVM revealed the running order as they revealed the voting numbers for the SMS voting of the final, with Emma Kate Formosa opening the show and Gaia Gambuzza closing the performances.

OrderArtistEntry
1Emma Kate Formosa“Bounce”
2Naomi Busuttil“Little Cheeky”
3Cassidy Gauci “Light Up”
4Kaylyn Mallia“Here I Am”
5Aaliyah Cassar“Infinity”
6Cesca Galea“See The Invisible”
7Isis Jade Miller“Unbreakable”
8Shanzay Mangion“Heartbeat”
9Geneve Dimech“With You By My Side”
10Ma Girlz“Stereo”
11Kensley Ciappara“Tliet Xadini” (Three Monkeys)
12Charelle Micallef“The Extra Mile”
13Andrea Camilleri“Spark”
14Rih and Bri“Karma”
15Kayleen Mercicea“Shooting Star”
16Gaia Gambuzza“Diamonds in the Skies”

Malta’s Junior Eurovision 2022 representative will be decided by 75% jury voting and 25% televoting. Only the top 3 will be made public to the viewers, if there was a tie in the scores, the jury will take priority in deciding Malta’s Junior Eurovision 2022 representative.

Former Maltese Junior Eurovision representatives are the interval acts

As well as the running order, the interval acts for this year’s show are Ike & Kaya (2021), Eliana Gomez Blanco (2019), and Gianluca Cilia (2017), with the show being hosted by Ryan and Josmar.

You are able to watch MJESC 2022 on TVM and via the livestream at 21:00CEST.

Malta’s Junior Eurovision Journey

In 2003, Malta was one of the countries to participate in the inaugural edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with Sarah Harrison and the song “Like A Star”, which placed 7th. The Mediterranean nation participated until 2010, where it took a break and returned in 2013 with Gaia Cauchi and “The Start”, which was their first win in the competition. It wasn’t long until they achieved their second win in 2015, where Destiny Chukunyere won with her song “Not My Soul”. Destiny went on to represent Malta at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2021 with “Je Me Casse”, where she placed seventh.

Malta’s most recent participation was in 2021, where they were represented by Ike and Kaya performing “My Home”. In Paris they scored a total 97 points, finishing 12th.

What genre would you like to see Malta sing in at this year’s contest? Let us know in the comments below or on social media. Don’t forget to follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ over at FacebookTwitter, Instagram, and Tik-Tok as we prepare for Junior Eurovision 2022!

News Source: TVM

Photo Credit: EBU/Andres Putting

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