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Saturday, 30 November 2013 20:09

JESC '13: Gaia Cauchi Succeeds in European Win

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The Start, co-written by Gillian Attard, Elton Zarb and Matt Mercieca with vocals provided by Gaia Cauci has just been announced as the winner of this years' edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, held in Kiev, Ukraine. The Public Broadcasting Services decided to return to the prestigious event following a two year absence and it seems to have found the right song and singer. Many people had noted Malta to be a favourite of the event prior to the evening and it was only the public and the jury who had the final say on where the votes were set to go.

All of the competing countries voted for Malta, with the least amount of points given being six (6) from Georgia but nevertheless, garnering the initial twelve (12) pointer was definitely a sign of good faith especially considering that it was a Kids' Jury. This is the nations' first victory in any event organised by the European Broadcasting Union and although it does not entail that the Public Broadcasting Services has to host next years' event, we have it on multiple sources that there is a lot of interest, one that will surely be accentuated following this evenings' success. Gaia Cauchi, a winner of Sanremo Junior and also participant in RAI Uno's Ti Lascio Una Canzone has always been a predominant figure in the music industry but it seems that her career will go from strength to strength following this evenings' victory. It is worth noting that in second place was Ukraine and in third place was Belarus. Stay tuned to for all of the latest news.


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