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Monday, 21 April 2014 12:39

JESC 2014: Elton and Matt Enlisted to Co-Write Entry

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Just an hour prior to her arrival at the Malta International Airport, the Public Broadcasting Services (PBS) announced through the eight o'clock news bulletin that Federica Falzon will be representing the country in the 2014 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Due to the fact, that the senior edition of the international competition is slated to take in three weeks time, the announcement is thought to be early, giving the broadcaster ample time to work on the organisation of the competition.

In an exclusive comment made to esc-plus earlier this morning, it was revealed that the song that Federica Falzon will be performing in the 2014 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be co-written by Elton Zarb and Matt Mercieca, the latter being a vocal coach at La Voix Academy and together making up a formidable team who went onto win last years' edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. It is well worth noting that they were also responsible for writing Betrayed sung by Davinia, the second runner-up entry in the 2013 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest and Until We Meet Again performed by Deborah C, which finished in fifth place at this years' edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest.

Federica Falzon will be the second winner of Ti Lascio Una Canzone to appear on the stage of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The first was Michele Perniola who represented San Marino with the song O-o-O Sole Intorno a Me in 2013 was also a former champion of the Italian talent show. More details with regards to the song and the presentation will be made in due course, and thus we urge you to stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for news about both the Junior Eurovision Song Contest taking place in Malta, as well as the Eurovision Song Contest taking place in Denmark.

Source: esc-plus

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