Someone Edited A Bunch Of Former Maltese Eurovision Singers' Wikipedia Pages Ahead Of Tomorrow's Final And We're Living For It


Lovin Malta Eurovision Wikipedia Edit

It happens every single year. Half a million people on a tiny island in the middle of the Mediterranean get extremely hopeful that their puny country is going to win the biggest singing contest in the continent... only to have their dreams crushed. And while this year seems to be one of the most promising attempts in a generation, Maltese people know the Eurovision trials and tribulations all too well.

Which is why, yesterday night, still not over years of disappointment, someone took to Wikipedia to edit a bunch of past Maltese representatives' descriptions

As Michela was busy crying her way to the Finals, one person was busy editing the Wikipedia pages of popular former Maltese contestants like Chiara, Ira Losco, Mary Spiteri and Gianluca Bezzina.

And while they've since been deleted, they definitely made for comedy gold. Especially considering the zero chill of all those caps lock rants.

Lovin Malta Eurovision Wikipedia Chiara


Lovin Malta Eurovision Wikipedia Mary Spiteri

Just give Mary her crown already

Lovin Malta Eurovision Wikipedia Kurt Calleja

He danced so hard, and got so far, but in the end, it didn't even matter

Lovin Malta Eurovision Wikipedia Gianluca Bezzina

Yeah, what the hell Eurovision?

Lovin Malta Eurovision Wikipedia Ira Losco

Do. Not. Get. Me. Started. On. Ira. 

Tag someone who still isn't over all of Malta's close calls

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Written By

David Grech Urpani

Sarcastically ironic, Dave is a recovering hipster musician with a penchant for chicken, women's clothes and Kanye.