This is the split of acts in Quarter-Finals in MESC 2023! Vote for YOUR favorites!

The 2023 Malta Eurovision Song Contest kicks off in exactly one week! This year, a total of 40 acts are going to be competing to represent Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool, across four quarter-finals, one semi final, and one Grand Final. Most of the artists confirmed over the past week on their social media accounts (in posts and stories) in which quarter-final they are going to be competing, and TVM has now confirmed all of the acts competing in the very first one, that takes place on the 13th of January.

The full split is going to be as follows:

Quarter-Final 1 (January 13):

  • Aidan – Regina
  • Christian Arding – Eku Car
  • Clintess – Lura Qatt
  • Eliana Gomez Blanco – Guess What
  • Fabrizio Faniello – Try To Be Better
  • Geo DeBono – The Mirror
  • Haley – Tik Tok
  • Jason Scerri – Anything Can Happen
  • Klinsmann – Piranha
  • Maria Debono – X’allegrija
  • Mikhail – Lehen Fic-cpar
  • Nathan – Creeping Walls
  • Stefan Xuereb – What Do You Want?

Quarter-Final 2 (January 20):

  • Brooke – Checkmate
  • Dan – It’ll Be OK
  • Dario – Pawn In A Game
  • Dario Bezzina – Bridle Road
  • Francesca Sciberras – Masquerade
  • Ian – On My Own
  • Kirstie – Girls Get Down
  • Lindsay – Haunted
  • Marie Claire – Thankful
  • Mark Anthony Bartolo – Tears
  • Matt Blxck – Up
  • Maxine Pace – Alone
  • The Busker – Dance (Our Own Party)

Quarter-Final 3 (January 27):

  • Andre’ – Broken Hill
  • Bradley Debono – Blackout
  • Cheryl Balzan – La La Land
  • Chris Grech – Indescribable
  • Dominic & Anna – Whatever Wind May Blow
  • Giada – I Depend On You
  • Greta Tude – Sound Of My Stilettos
  • Jake – Love You Like That
  • James Louis – Dream
  • Jessika – Unapologetic
  • John Galea – Trailblazer
  • Maria Christina – Our Flame
  • Ryan Hili – In The Silence
  • Stefan – Heartbreaker

The fourth Quarter-Final is going to take place on the 3rd of February, but so far we do not have the information on which acts are going to perform, or whether that will be an interval show.

ESCBubble is going to cover all of the shows of this year’s Malta Eurovision Song Contest, as usual, so stay tuned. In the meantime, let us know which of the quarter-finalists are YOUR personal favorites, by voting in our poll right here below:

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