Malta’s dreams of being in the Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final may have been dashed last night after failing to qualify in the semi final, but singer Christabelle will not let that get in the way of her work towards breaking the stigma around mental health issues.
In a post published on Facebook the Taboo singer promised to continue being a good ambassador for the President’s Foundation For Social Wellbeing, as well as an advocate for the Global Citizen.
The post reads:
“The result doesn’t define my feelings towards our hard work and the stage performance as well as getting the message across to BREAK THE TABOO. I have so much to be thankful for! My team, you were all absolutely incredible, Charles, Gordon, Doreen, Steven, Dyan, Rodianne, Luke, Luke, Charles, Daniel, Stefan, Leslie, Ryan, Josmar, Dorian. My stage team! THANK you! Anthea, Pamela, Anna, Petra, Josef. Muxu, Thomas and Johnny, thank you for helping me pen this beautiful song. Thank you Jennifer The MakeUp Artist , Marielle Prive’, Great Lengths- Malta Dizz Group Charles & Ron for Glamming me up.
I am eternally grateful for this experience, and all I can say is that I am extremely humbled by everyone’s well wishes and messages of congratulations for our performance! I will continue watching this performance over and over again for the rest of my life with a massive massive smile on my face! My work towards breaking the Taboo of Mental Health As both the Ambassador for the President’s Foundation for Social Well-being and as an advocate for Global Citizen will not stop here!”