🇲🇹 MESC 2023 Quarter Final Two Artists Revealed

🇲🇹 MESC 2023 Quarter Final Two Artists Revealed

Last Friday, Malta began the process of selecting their Eurovision 2023 artist, PBS have now revealed the second 13 acts who will take to the stage as part of the second quarter-final of MESC 2023.

MESC Quarter Final 2

The participants competing this Friday are:

Francesca Sciberras“Masquerade”Marco DebonoRita Pace
The Busker“Dance (Our Own Party)”Dav.Jr, Jean Paul Borg, Sean Meachen, Matthew James Borg, Michael Joe CiniDav.Jr
Lyndsay“Haunted”Michael James Down, Will Taylor, Primoz Poglajen, Jonas Gladnikoff, Johnny Sanchez, Sara LjunggrenMichael James Down, Will Taylor, Primoz Poglajen, Jonas Gladnikoff, Johnny Sanchez
Maxine Pace“Alone”
Marie Claire“Thankful”Rickard Bonde Truumeel, Linda Persson, Ylva Persson, Thorghy Landgren, Thomas RodinEmil Calleja Bayliss
Ian“On My Own”Melanie GeorgiouMelanie Georgiou
Kirstie“Girls Get Down”Cyprian CassarMuxu
Dario Bezzin“Bridle Road”Darren Michaels, Martin ÄlenmarkCharlie Mason
Brooke“Checkmate”Brooke Borg, Gerard James Borg, Christian Rabb, Dino Medanhodzic, Lukas MeijerBrooke Borg, Gerard James Borg, Christian Rabb, Dino Medanhodzic, Lukas Meijer
Mark Anthony Bartolo“Tears”Mark Anthony BartoloMark Anthony Bartolo
DAN“It’ll Be Ok”Daniel Muscat CaruanaDaniel Muscat Caruana
Dario Mifsud Bonnici“Pawn In A Game”Henric Pierroff, Emil Vaker, Karin PierroffHenric Pierroff, Emil Vaker, Karin Pierroff

The full list of participants for MESC 2023 can be found here, and you can listen to snippets of each of their songs here! Last week the first quarter-final for the national final took place.

MESC 2023

The Malta Eurovision Song Contest is set to take place throughout January and February 2023. Four quarter-finals will be held on January 13th, 20th, 27th and February 3rd respectively. Of the forty artists competing, only 24 will make it to the semi-final on February 9th. Eight songs will be knocked out of contention and the remaining 16 songs will advance to the final. At the final, broadcast on February 11th, a combination of a jury and the public vote will help to determine the winner.

Malta’s Eurovision journey

Malta made its Eurovision debut in 1971, with Joe Grech performing “Marija I-Maltija” (Maria the Maltese Lass), finishing 18th with 52 points. Malta did not participate in Eurovision from 1975 until 1991. That year they returned with the song “Could It Be” by Paul Giordimaina and Georgina, finishing 12th with 32 points.

Since then, Malta has been at every Eurovision and finished in the top 10 an impressive 12 times. Their best result so far is second place, which they’ve achieved twice. The first time was in 2002, when Ira Losco sang “7th Wonder,” and the second time in 2005 with Chiara’s “Angel.” Malta’s most recent Eurovision entry was Emma Muscat, who scored 47 points in the semi-final, earning 16th place and therefore not qualifying for the final with the song “I Am What I Am”.

What do you make of the second quarter-finalists? Are there any artists you will be hoping that will make it to the semi-finals? Will you be watching the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2023? As always, let us know what you think by commenting below. Also, be sure to follow “That Eurovision Site” on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tiktok as we prepare for Eurovision 2023!

News Source: PBS

Photo Credit: PBS

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