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Friday, 19 November 2010 01:24

Exclusive: JESC 2010 With Guest Commentators

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The excitement of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest is surely growing with every passing second as the event is just a day away now. We have been following the journey of the Maltese entrant since last Monday actually and since then she has managed to amaze the critics and fans present during both rehearsals that she gave. Today she is set to take to the stage for two different dress rehearsals, one in the early afternoon and one later on in the evening.

In the meantime, in another exclusive feature being worked upon by ESCflashmalta, we are proud to announce that our live commentary on the final tomorrow will be featuring three guest commentators in the form of singers. The main individual who will be writing about all of the fourteen entries in this years' competition will be none other than former Eurosong participant and runner-up, Priscilla Psaila whilst joining her and dividing the commentary of the songs equally between them will be none other than her students , Maria & Justine, who were the 2010 Malta Junior Eurosong runner-ups.

All of them are actually extremely excited to be a part of our coverage and in a way supporting the Maltese representative in Minsk, Belarus. We seriously hope that you will be enjoying the coverage with all four of us because I will be the representative of the Editorial Board during the evening. So make a note in your personal calender for tomorrow evening; the Live commentary of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest along with Marc, Priscilla, Maria and Justine only on ESCflashmalta.

Source: Pierre Balzia (Image)

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