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Tuesday, 12 November 2013 01:34

JESC '13: Huge International Support for Gaia Cauchi

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On the 30th November, Malta will be returning to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with a song entitled The Start, co-written by Matt Mercieca, Gillian Attard, Elton Zarb and Gaia Cauchi, the latter of which will also be the vocalist. The return of the Mediterranean country to the international event has been met with widespread approval and despite the internal selection of both the artist and the song, it seems that the right decision was taken up considering that the polls are ranking Malta in one of the top three positions.

At this weekends' International Festival of Maltese Song, Gaia Cauchi took to the main stage as a special guest to perform her Junior Eurovision Song Contest entry, LIVE for the very first time and one would say that it was an overwhelming success with fan-sites and critics across the continent taking to social media in order to congratulate the young starlet. escflashmalta.com had the pleasure of being in the audience to confirm the stunning vocal capabilities of the performer. 

At this point in time, Malta currently leads two main fan-site polls, one being that of oikotimes.com which has had well over 12,000 unique votes and the other one being of eurovoix.com which bases a lot of news items on the international event. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news about the 2013 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest which will be covered by a series of special guests including Sophie DeBattista.

Source: Gaia Cauchi (Official Facebook Page)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-EFuBTYFC0

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