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WATCH: Hilarious Self-Parody Of Infamous Maltese Viral Catchphrase

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Despite audiences voting for their favourite song, the real viral sensation of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest night was Larissa Bonaci and her infamous catchphrase ‘break a leg’.

Uttered approximately 4,241 times throughout the whole red carpet segment, ‘break a leg’ became the take-home phrase that everyone was complaining about for days after.

Break A Leg

But taking the criticism like an absolute champ, Larissa Bonaci has come back swinging – literally. In her new music video named, you guessed it, Break A Leg, Larissa smashes through a set of televisions with a bedazzled crutch.

Crutch

The music video, directed by the insanely talented Jon Camilleri from V Squared Media, features a whole host of Maltese personalities, singing and dancing their way through the catchiest tune you’ll hear in a long time. With music by Carlo Gerada and lyrics by Muxu, the song itself was produced by Elton Zarb.

Our personal favourite moment from the whole thing? Ben Camille’s not-so-subtle shade against his mother, Carina Camilleri, in this hilarious shot.

Ben Camille

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