The month of May can only mean one thing. Glittering dresses, funky tunes, love songs and powerful ballads are back on the big screen as the Eurovision 2022 is here! Being one of the few contests where each country gets the opportunity to showcase their creativity and musical talent, where did Eurovision even begin?
No matter if you’re 18 or 80 years old, you definitely have a memory revolving around Eurovision. Starting way back in 1956, the aim of the Eurovision always has been to push the boundaries of what live broadcasting can do.
Only seven nations took place in Eurovision 1956 but times have changed, Eurovision has grown grander year by year, and 40 different countries will be forming part of Eurovision 2022.
Countries ranging from Montenegro to Iceland will be taking place in this year’s edition. As per usual, this week is known as Eurovision week. The first semi-finals happened on the 10th May, the second semi-finals will be going down tonight and the grand finale will be on the 14th May.
This year, the beautiful Emma Muscat with her song I Am What I Am will be taking to the stage to represent our country.
Finding love and fame when she went on Amici in 2018, Muscat blew up in Italy. With her powerful voice, heartfelt song and gorgeous goddess-like features – Emma is bound to leave the judges and all of Europe speechless.
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At the moment Malta has the odds of 84.33 of winning the Thursday 12th semi-final, but this could all change in the blink of an eye. If you plan on betting you better get on it as the longer you wait, the more the odds will fluctuate.
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