Michela Pace Receives Major Praise From 2016's Eurovision Winner Ahead Of Tomorrow's Semi-Finals
Could we be getting 12 points from Ukraine?
Ukranian star Jamala had wowed the Eurovision audience in Stockholm back in 2016 with her amazing performance of 1944, with the track's sultry vocals, powerful high notes and beautiful bilingual lyrics in both English and Crimean Tatar earning her the top spot at that year's edition of the Eurovision. Now, she's weighed in on who her favourite tracks for this year are... and guess who's featured?
Among 10 of her favourites tracks, Jamala listed Malta's Chameleon as one of the best 2019 Eurovision songs, Unravel Malta reported.
Also listed as Jamala's favourites are Sweden, Montenegro, Israel, Armenia, Ireland, Azerbaijan, United Kingdom, Russia and current odds frontrunners The Netherlands. With Montenegro officially out of the running after yesterday's first round of eliminations, Michela Pace now has eight other Jamal favourites to dominate. Let's do this!