Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2016

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The Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2016 is a television show.

The Rules

The Event

The semifinal and final sessions will be broadcast live on TVM on 22nd and 23rd January 2016. at the Mediterranean Conference Centre at Valletta. The hosts are Ben Camill (Camilleri),presenting and make links form the greenroom.

The winner of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2015 will become Malta's entry to the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Stockhlom, Sweeden.

Preliminary round

On the 11th December, Xarabank will kick-off for another season, and it will do so with a bang, as the revelation of the acts through to the semi-final of the 2016 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest will be made public. Following the initial submission process, where the Public Broadcasting Services received 153 entries, a shortlist of 49 entries has now been published through the official website.

A preliminary selection round determined the 49 songs on 3 December, 2015. From them must been chose 20 song to be performed at the semifinal of the 2016 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest.

These could be announced during a kick-off edition of the popular TVM programme Xarabank on Friday 11 December, 2015.

The Final 20

On the 11th December 2015 during Xarabank the Public Broadcasting Services (Malta) Ltd. announces the 20 semi-finalists for the ‪‎Malta Eurovision‬ Song Contest 2016. The finals are going to be held on the 22nd and 23rd January 2016 at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in ‪‎Valletta‬. Twenty songs will compete in the Semi Final on Friday 22nd and fourteen will perform in the grand final on Saturday 23rd January.

Tickets are available online from [www.mcc.com.mt]

The winning artist will represent Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest which will be held in May in Stockholm.

More information about the contest can be obtained from [www.tvm.com.mt]

The twenty songs that will compete in the semi-final are listed here under:

The Running Order for the Final Night

Public Broadcasting Services (Malta) Ltd. announces the running order for the 20 semi-finalists for the ‪‎Malta Eurovision‬ Song Contest 2016. The finals are going to be held on the 22nd and 23rd January 2016 at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in ‪‎Valletta‬. Twenty songs will compete in the Semi Final on Friday 22nd and fourteen will perform in the grand final on Saturday 23rd January.

Amber Bondin open the night with the 2015 winning song Warrior.

In the intervall till we get the result The Crowns and The New Victorians entertain the public with The Crowns launched their new siongle Dreams.

Tickets are available online from [www.mcc.com.mt]

The winning artist will represent Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest which will be held in May in Stockholm.

More information about the contest can be obtained from [www.tvm.com.mt]

The twenty songs that will compete in the semi-final are listed here under:

The 14 singers who made it true the final was:- Raquel Galdes, Domenic Cini, Kim Cortis, Christbelle Borg, Deborah C, Franklin Calleja, Daniel Testa, Corazon Mizzi, Ira Losco, Jessika Muscat, Lawrence Gray, Brooke Borg, Jasmine Abela and Maxine Pace.

The six singers who did'nt made it was:- Stefan Galea, Domenique Azzopardi, Dario Mifsud Bonnici, Sarah Crystal, Danica Muscat and Ira Losco with the song That's Why I Love You.

The Jury

The competition consisted of twenty songs competing in the semi-final on 22 January 2016 where the top fourteen entries qualified to compete in the final on 23 January 2016. Five judges evaluated the songs during the shows and each judge had an equal stake in the final result.[1] The sixth set of votes were the results of the public televote, which had a weighting equal to the votes of a single judge. Ties in the final results were broken based on the entry which received the higher score from the judges.[1] The five members of the jury that evaluated the entries during both the semi-final and final consisted of:

  • Nick Clark-Lowes (United Kingdom) – Video editor/designer having worked in international shows with well-known artists
  • Vyara Ankova (Bulgaria) – General manager of the Bulgarian National Television
  • Sabrija Vulić (Montenegro) – Head of the Delegation for Montenegro at the Eurovision Song Contest
  • Luke Fisher (United Kingdom) – Journalist specializing in the Eurovision Song Contest
  • Quinton Scerri (Malta) – Television producer and presenter

The rules and regulations for the competition allow for the artist, author and composer of the winning entry to change parts of the winning song or the entire song for the Eurovision Song Contest.

The Final Night

The fourteen songs that will compete in the Final Night are listed here under:

The Show

The show open with the winner of Junior Eurovision 2015 Destiny Chukunyere accompanted by children under Maria Abdilla from the Institute for Vocal Advancement

Intervall

During intervall till on could know the final results Destiny Chunkunyere sings three numbers, and ther the Malta Eurovision 2015 Amber Bondin sings for the last time a new version of 'Warrions' and three new songs.

Placing

After the votes from the jury panel and televote were combined, "Chameleon" performed by Ira Losco was the winner.[2] "Chameleon" won the public televote with 40% of the votes.[3]

Draw Artist Song Composer(s) Jury Televote Total Place
1 Deborah C "All Around the World" Matthew Ker, Jonas Gladnikoff, Michael James Down, Primož Poglajen, Angie Laus 8 0 8 11
2 Franklin "Little Love" Cyprian Cassar, Matthew Mercieca 38 6 44 3
3 Daniel Testa "Under the Sun" Daniel Testa, Elton Zarb, Matthew Mercieca 2 0 2 14
4 Brooke "Golden" Christian Schneider, Aidan O'Connor, Sara Biglert, Brooke Borg 48 10 58 2
5 Raquel "Flashing Lights" Elton Zarb, Matthew Mercieca 11 1 12 9
6 Christabelle "Kingdom" Elton Zarb, Matthew Mercieca 30 8 38 4
7 Corazon "Falling Glass" Sara Ljunggren, Georgios Kalpakidis, Jonas Gladnikoff 10 5 15 8
8 Dominic "Fire Burn" Will Taylor, Jonas Gladnikoff, Natasha Turner 5 0 5 13
9 Jessika "The Flame" Philip Vella, Gerard James Borg 15 4 19 7
10 Jasmine "Alive" Paul Abela, Michael James Down, Marie Pettersson, Filip Lindfors 23 3 26 6
11 Lawrence Gray "You're Beautiful" Paul Giordimaina, Fleur Balzan 5 2 7 12
12 Maxine "Young Love" Elton Zarb, Matthew Mercieca 29 7 36 5
13 Ira Losco "Chameleon" Ira Losco, Talkback 56 12 68 1
14 Kim "Lighthouse" Cyprian Cassar, Matthew Mercieca 10 0 10 10

Jury Votes

These are how the Jury votes.

Detailed Jury Votes
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1 "All Around the World" 3 1 0 4 0 8
2 "Little Love" 7 8 10 8 5 38
3 "Under the Sun" 0 2 0 0 0 2
4 "Golden" 12 12 7 7 10 48
5 "Flashing Lights" 0 3 6 0 2 11
6 "Kingdom" 8 6 2 6 8 30
7 "Falling Glass" 2 0 4 0 4 10
8 "Fire Burn" 0 0 3 2 0 5
9 "The Flame" 5 4 5 0 1 15
10 "Alive" 1 7 8 1 6 23
11 "You're Beautiful" 0 0 0 5 0 5
12 "Young Love" 6 5 1 10 7 29
13 "Chameleon" 10 10 12 12 12 56
14 "Lighthouse" 4 0 0 3 3 10

  1. 1.0 1.1 Roxburgh, Gordon (3 September 2015). "Malta to select their 2016 entry in January". Eurovision.tv. http://www.eurovision.tv/page/news?id=malta_to_select_their_2016_entry_in_january. Retrieved 11 December 2015. 
  2. Roxburgh, Gordon (23 January 2016). "Malta sends Ira Losco to Stockholm". European Broadcasting Union. http://www.eurovision.tv/page/news?id=malta_sends_ira_losco_to_stockholm. Retrieved 23 January 2016. 
  3. "Ira Losco wins the 2016 Malta Eurovision Song Contest". TVM. 23 January 2016. http://www.tvm.com.mt/mt/eurovision/news/ira-losco-wins-the-2016-malta-eurovision-song-contest/. Retrieved 23 January 2016.