It’s hard to believe almost 15 years have flown by since Chiara belted her way into second place at the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest. But time doesn’t matter to classics, as Angel‘s legacy burns bright at this year’s contest.
During an interview with Kobi Marimi, the host country Israel’s entry at the 64th annual contest, we heard an all too familiar tune being sung to the crowds.
Thankfully, it’s not just the new kids on the block who get to enjoy the praise for one of Malta’s highest-placing entries ever.
The big-notes queen herself, Chiara Siracusa, was in Tel Aviv this week to perfrom at the Euroclub in front of hundreds of fans
” I felt so honored and blessed to be still loved this much after all these years,” she wrote above a post showing crowds enthralled by her pipes.
“Hearing them all singing my songs was an incredible feeling. A memory to treasure for the rest of my life.”