Here are the 40 quarter finalists of Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2023

The 40 quarter finalists for the Malta Eurovision Song Contest (MESC) 2023 have just been revealed! The official Maltese accounts announced the artists and their song titles on their social media platforms:

Two former Eurovision participants are returning to MESC this year: Fabrizio Faniello, who represented Malta at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2001 and 2006 and Jessika Muscat, who represented San Marino in 2018. There are many more familiar artists, who have previously participated in MESC, for example Aidan, Brooke or Maxine Pace.

Here is the full list of participants with their song titles:

Alone – Maxine Pace
Anything Can Happen – Jason Scerri
Blackout – Bradley Debono
Bridle Road – Dario Bezzina
Brocken Hill – Andre´
Checkmate – Brooke
Creeping Walls – Nathan
Dance (Our Own Party) – The Busker
Dream – James Louis
Eku Car – Christian Arding
Girls Get Down – Kirstie
Guess What – Eliana Gomez Blanco
Haunted – Lyndsay
Heartbreaker – Stefan
I Depend On You – Giada
In The Silence – Ryan Hili
Indescribable – Chris Grech
It’ll Be OK – Dan
La La Land – Cheryl Balzan
Lehen Fic-Cpar – Mike
Love You Like That – Jake
Lura Qatt – Clintess
Masquerade – Francesca Sciberras
On My Own – Ian
Our Flame – Maria Christina
Pawn In a Game – Dario
Piranah – Klinsmann
Regina – Aidan
Sound Of My Stilettos – Greta Tude
Tears – Mark Anthony Bartolo
Thankful – Marie Claire
The Mirror – Geo Debono
Tik Tok – Haley
Trailblazer – John Galea
Try To Be Better – Fabrizio Faniello
Unapologetic – Jessika
Up. – Matt Blxck
What Do You Want? – Stefan
Whatever Wind May Blow – Dominic and Anna
X’Allegrija – Maria Debono

The national final will take place in a new format this year, with a total of 6 live shows!

  • Quarter Final 1 – 13 January 2023
    Quarter Final 2 – 20 January 2023
    Quarter Final 3 – 27 January 2023
    Quarter Final 4 – 3 February 2023
  • Semi Final – 9 February 2023
  • Grand Final MESC – 11 February 2023

Emma Muscat represented Malta at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin with “I Am What I Am” and finished in 16th place in the semi-final.

Does Malta have better chances next year? Which name are you most excited to see on this list? Let us know your thoughts in the comments and on our social media profiles! @escbubble

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