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Josette Grech was born in Senglea on 25 October 1955.
To whom ever had from a young age to drag was singing and also take part in competitions that were held in Senglea.
At the age of seventeen she took part in a beauty contest and won one of the major titles.
She also began singing with Edwin Vella as a duo called The Links.
In 1973 Josette became as announcer with Radju Malta. Eventually she also started appearing on TVM.
During the eighties with Norman Hamilton she was presenting each Saturday marathon program after noon, Sibtijiet Flimkien and also she sing at the opening song, a song for many was known as Tal-Helicopter.
Josette Presented several festivals and evenings around Malta and Gozo.
She also presents on Super One Radio and once per month hosted Bla Aġenda where her guests would be all women.
Josette is married to presenter, broadcaster Norman Hamilton and have two daughters Davinia and Yasmin.