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Thursday, 28 November 2013 18:22

JESC '13: Perfection is Key for Malta's Gaia Cauchi

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It was one of the most surprising announcements, when the Public Broadcasting Services made use of their evening news bulletin to reveal that Malta was set to return to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Gaia Cauchi was internally selected following her success at the Malta Music Awards which saw her being awarded the International Achievement Award following her stint on the RAI Uno programme, Ti Lascio Una Canzone hosted by the renowned Antonella Clerici.

On Saturday, Gaia Cauchi will be representing Malta at one of the most prestigious music competitions in the world as she takes to the stage of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, which is taking place in Kiev, Ukraine. The event, broadcaster in around fifteen (15) countries features twelve (12) participants at the moment although more are expected this time next year as interest is currently being shown by the likes of Hungary and Germany, both of which are regulars at the senior edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. 

The Start is co-written by Gaia Cauchi alongside Elton Zarb, Matt Mercieca and Gillian Attard. Her second rehearsal was powerful, and beyond magical, so much that there has a lot of positive feedback from the international press and even from other delegations. On Saturday, the show kicks off at 19:00 CET on TVM 2 with commentary led by Daniel Chircop and Corazon Mizzi. Stay tuned to for all of the latest news and make sure to follow the rolling live report featuring Trevor Fenech, Sophie DeBattista and Daniel Testa.


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