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Monday, 15 August 2011 15:58

Malta: Italian Songs on 'Don't Stop Me Now'

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The summer season has now moved into the month of August and that only means that things are heating up even more. The number of programmes that are being showcased have somewhat been building up and another week of competition lies ahead within the show 'Don't Stop Me Now' hosted by Eileen Montesin on Television Malta every Monday after the evening news. The ten contestants continue fighting it out to see who will be deserving of the points this week. Also joining Eileen on the show through a number of features will be none other than Christine Haber who will also perform at the end of the show as she has done in previous programmes.

The theme which has been chosen this week is that of Italian songs which surely go down well with the Maltese, in fact a number of songs are available instantly on the local airwaves and the listeners frequently request such songs. Each of the acts will be then given comments based on their performances by the esteemed panel of judges made up of former Eurovision Song Contest representative, Moira Stafrace, Musical Theatre artist, Ray Mangion as well as television presenter, Catherine Mifsud. It will be up to them to see who deserves to see whose points get increased or decreased.

In the meantime, for yet another week, this years' Malta Eurovision Song Contest first runner-up, Richard Edwards will be performing a duet with one of the shows' stars, this week it's Therese who gets the opportunitu to sing with Richard Edwards. Christine takes the participants on another task, and this week they will be doing an interview with Agenzija Zghazagh and thus they surely need their character to shine through. So this evening, make sure to tune into Television Malta to watch 'Don't Stop Me Now'.

Source: Frederick Zammit

Last modified on Thursday, 01 September 2011 04:16