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Thursday, 20 May 2010 00:38

My Dream: the Two Sides of the Coin

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It seems that as the Eurovision experience is slowly drawing to a close, with rehearsals ongoing for next week’s show, the Maltese artist is generating different interest.

The betting odds haven’t been that positive this year; as they were giving Malta an outside chance to qualify for the finals and although Thea’s rehearsal was impeccable, they did not improve and remained in the same area; improving slightly in some and lengthening in others.

On the other hand, the Maltese artist, Thea Garret has been generating interest about her and about our entry ‘My Dream’. Google analytics have issued a statistic which shows that our artist is the third most searched artist from this year’s Eurovision Song Contest and this has improved from a sixth, in the last couple of hours.

The journalists from abroad had all but praise towards the eighteen year old, especially after watching her first rehearsal on Tuesday. She has been nicknamed the baby of the contest – this was done in positive light as Thea is simply enjoying this experience to the full. Thea is being her charming self and Malta should certainly be proud of our representative, as our little diva is shining bright amongst this year’s competitors.