Malta Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010

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Malta at Junior Eurovision 2010 was the television show by which Malta selected its entry to the 2010 Junior Eurovision Song Contest held in Minsk in Belarus on 20 November 2010.

This was Malta's eight entry to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

The Event

The eight Edition of the Malta Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Was held on 4 September, 2010 At the Auditorium of St Paul’s Missionary College in Rabat, Malta.

The Contest

After a 20-strong final from the Auditorium of St Paul’s Missionary College in Rabat, Malta, Nicole Azzopardi emerged as the winner with the song“Knock Knock… Boom Boom!”, Maria Desira & Justine Delmar finshed second with “Love to share” and Ylenia Vella third with the song”Shout It Out”

The winners trophy was handed to Nicole by PBS chairman Mr. Joseph Mizzi.

Finalist Song

Here are the 20 Songs featured in the final:-

No Singers Songs
01 Nicole Azzopardi Knock Knock!….Boom! Boom!
02 Maria Christina Desira & Justine Delmar Love to share
03 Ylenia Vella Shout it Out
04 Jodie Farrugia Fantażija
05 Antoine Farrugia & Kyliegh Cassar It’s time
06 Elaine Haber Maestro
07 Sarah Bonnici Kitty Kitty-Cat
08 Maxine Pace Lady Lady Ga Ga
09 Jasmar Cassar My Star
10 M Five Happy Day
11 Jade Vella Hooked on Samba
12 Domenique Azzopardi Jigsaw Puzzle
13 Melissa Fausel-Attard Sailor Girl
14 Kimberly Micallef Indian Girl
15 Mikaela Agius Wonderland of dreams
16 Althea Georgiovan Troisi de Menville Crazy Seasons
17 Michela Galea Play for Me
18 Maria Debono One Flag
19 Nicole Vella Let the Colours shine
20 Courtney Farrugia So Sweet

The Jury

The jury for the show consisted of:

The voting process was supervised by Dr. Joseph Refalo, Notary Roland Wadge, Auditor Jonathan Desira, and members of the Eurosong Advisory Team

For The Finals

Nicole Azzopardi, an upcoming figure within the local music industry was the last artist to represent Malta at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010 with her entry Knock Knock!… Boom! Boom! finishing in thirteenth (13th) place with just thirty-five (35) points. The announcement was a complete surprise considering that Malta has never resorted to an internal selection beforehand despite having been suggested by several individuals over the years.


Her vocal teacher is Glen Vella, who participated in Malta’s Eurovision national finals in the past years, both times placing in the top three.

Below you will find the full results of the festival

No Singers Songs
1st. Nicole Azzopardi Knock Knock!….Boom! Boom!
2nd. Maria Desira & Justine Delmar Love to share
3rd. Ylenia Vella Shout it Out
4th. Jodie Farrugia Fantażija
5th. Antoine Farrugia & Kylie Cassar It’s time
6th. Elaine Haber Maestro
7th. Sarah Bonnici Kitty Kitty-Cat
8th. Maxine Pace Lady Lady Ga Ga
9th. Jasmar Cassar My Star
10th. M Five Happy Day
11th. Jade Vella Hooked on Samba
12th. Domenique Azzopardi Jigsaw Puzzle
13th. Melissa Fausel-Attard Sailor Girl
14th. Kimberly Micallef Indian Girl
15th. Mikaela Agius Wonderland of dreams
16th. Althea Georgiovan Troisi de Menville Crazy Seasons
17th. Michela Galea Play for me
18th. Maria Debono One Flag
19th. Nicole Vella Let the Colours shine
20th. Courtney Farrugia So Sweet

For Malta Junior Eurosong, Nicole is joined on stage by four dancers; Maria Gauci, Jeanice Gravina, Mattea Camilleri, Jade Marie Vella and Sarah Bonnici.

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010 was the eighth edition and took placed in Minsk Belarus It was held on 20 November 2010. (this section should cleaned up and moved to its own page!)

External links

Malta Junior Eurovision Song Contest editions
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