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Saturday, 03 May 2014 09:53

Malta: Several Eurostars Turn Up on 'Sibt Familja'

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Spiteri Lucas Entertainment, in conjunction with Media.Link Communications retired the format of Sas-Sitta in favour of a fresh take on a Saturday afternoon programme, Sibt Familja, which also incorporates light entertainment, interviews and a lot of laughter. Ray Attard, is joined by Debbie Scerri, 1997 representative in the Eurovision Song Contest as hosts and are known to welcome a number of personalities from all walks of life. The programme kicks off at around 13:30 CET and finishing at about 16:00 CET, meaning around two and a half hours of pure family entertainment for all. It is broadcast on NET Television.

Neville Refalo & Ivan Spiteri Lucas, two former finalists of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest will be joined by a handful of other singers who have also made it through to the final stage of the competition on more than one occasion; Franklin Calleja and Chris Grech with former representative and vocal coach of the former; Glen Vella also making an appearance. The three vocalists will be challenging each other in some friendly competitions, which will not involve any music technique whatsoever. All of the music is played LIVE by the Spiteri Lucas Band led by Maestro Mark Spiteri Lucas.

The VIP Hotseat, led by Maestro Mark Spiteri Lucas will be focusing on John Suda, a veteran in the world of drama. Other attractions include female fashion trends by resident experts Rita Gatt and photographer Clint Gerald together with a team of models as well as comedian, Toni Busuttil. Stay tuned to for more of the latest news about programmes such as Sibt Familja on NET Television, which aims to promote the local music scene and give the general public entertainment. We urge you to stay tuned to even on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news.

Source: Spiteri Lucas Entertainment

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