Here is YOUR winner of Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2017!

Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2017 is taking place tonight, where a total of 16 acts will compete to win the hearts of the Maltese public and become Malta’s entry for Eurovision in Kiev.

In the past couple of days, ESCBubble ran a poll where you could vote for your personal favorite, the song that you would like to see winning the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2017 and representing Malta in Kiev. With over 1,300 votes received, here are the current results:

  1. Brooke Borg – Unstoppable – 27,27%
  2. Crosswalk – So Simple – 26,05%
  3. Kevin Borg – Follow – 15,13%
  4. Janice Mangion – Kewkba – 6,49%
  5. Richard Edwards – You – 5,42%
  6. Franklin Calleja – Follow Me – 4,58%
  7. Claudia Faniello – Breathlessly – 3,97%
  8. Cherton Caruana – Fighting To Survive – 2,14%
  9. Klinsmann Coleiro – Laserlight – 2,06%
  10. Jade Vella – Seconds Away – 1,60%
  11. Deborah C & Josef – Tonight – 1,15%
  12. Miriana Conte – Don’t Look Down – 0,99%
  13. Rhiannon – Fearless – 0,92%
  14. Maxine Pace – Bombshell – 0,84%
  15. Raquella Dalli Gonzi – Ray Of Light – 0,84%
  16. Shauna Vassallo – Crazy Games – 0,53%

Brooke Borg is the winner of our poll with 27,27% of the vote, but Crosswalk aren’t far behind in second place, and then Kevin Borg is in third. Our editors have also listened to the 16 songs competing in tonight’s show, and here is our outcome:

  1. Kevin Borg – Follow
  2. Brooke Borg – Unstoppable
  3. Cherton Caruana – Fighting To Survive
  4. Jade Vella – Seconds Away
  5. Maxine Pace – Bombshell
  6. Miriana Conte – Don’t Look Down
  7. Richard Edwards – You
  8. Shauna Vassallo – Crazy Games
  9. Franklin Calleja – Follow Me
  10. Deborah C & Josef – Tonight
  11. Janice Mangion – Kewkba
  12. Crosswalk – So Simple
  13. Claudia Faniello – Breathlessly
  14. Klinsmann Coleiro  – Laserlight
  15. Rhiannon – Fearless
  16. Raquella Dalli Gonzi – Ray Of Light

Kevin Borg topped the scoreboard with our editor, but only a point ahead of the winner of our public poll, Brooke. Cherton who was only 8th in our poll, finished in third place with our editors.

Our poll will only close after the show tonight, so you still have time to vote for your favorite in Malta Eurovision Song Contest, and perhaps change the result:

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