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Sunday, 22 November 2015 00:19

JESC 2015: Destiny Chukunyere Triumphs for Malta

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Garnering a total of 185 points, Destiny Chukunyere from Malta has been crowned the winner of the 13th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, following an exceptional performance of “Not My Soul”, an original song composed by Elton Zarb to the lyrics of Matthew “Muxu” Mercieca.

This is Malta’s second victory in three years, having previously finished in 1st place with “The Start”, also composed by Elton Zarb to the lyrics of Matthew “Muxu” Mercieca with vocals provided by Gaia Cauchi. What makes this victory even more special though is that Destiny has managed to set the record for the most accumulated points, as had been set by Maria Isabel at the 2004 Junior Eurovision Song Contest!

In second place was Mika from Armenia whose “Love” garnered 176 points, whilst Lina from Slovenia finished in third place with 112 points following a beautiful performance of “Prva ljubezen”. Below you could have a look at the full ranking;

1. 185 points - Malta

2. 176 points - Armenia

3. 112 points - Slovenia

4. 105 points - Belarus

5. 93 points - Albania

6. 80 points - Russia

7. 79 points - Serbia

8. 64 points - Australia

9. 62 points - Bulgaria

10. 51 points - Georgia

11. 38 points - Ukraine

12. 36 points - Ireland

13. 36 points - Montenegro

14. 36 points - San Marino

15. 35 points - The Netherlands

16. 34 points - Italy

17. 26 points - Macedonia

Malta’s result saw the top points go to Italy, followed by Australia, and host country Bulgaria in third place. Half of the result was decided courtesy of an expert jury made up of singers; Amber (ESC 2015), Georgina Abela (ESC 1991), Deborah C (MESC 2012-2015), Christabelle (MESC 2014-2015) and disc jockey Dorian Cassar of 89.7 Bay. On behalf of the editorial team at escflashmalta.com, we would like to congratulate Destiny on this astonishing result, and urge you to stay tuned to this portal even through Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news about the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest which may or may not take place in Malta. Fingers Crossed!

Source: junioreurovision.tv

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85Sxw9asfX0

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