Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest 1992

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Eurovision Song Contest 1992
Country  Malta
National selection
Selection process Malta Song for Europe 1992
Selection date(s) 14 March 1992
Selected entrant Mary Spiteri
Selected song "Little Child"
Finals performance
Final result 3rd, 123 points
Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest
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Malta continued their participation in the Eurovision Song Contest, entering the Eurovision Song Contest 1992 in Malmö, Sweden. The Maltese entry was Mary Spiteri with the song "Little Child", which came third at Eurovision, receiving 123 points.

National final[edit]

The Maltese broadcaster, Public Broadcasting Services (PBS), held a national final, Malta Song for Europe 1992, to select their entry for Malta. The contest was held at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta on 14 March, hosted by Charles Saliba and Anna Bonanno. Ten songs competed, sung in both Maltese and English. The winner was decided through an expert jury, with only the top three songs announced.

The winner was "Little Child" ("Tfajjel Ckejken"), sung by Mary Spiteri and composed by Georgina Abela and Raymond Mahoney.

Malta Song for Europe 1992 - 14 March 1992
Draw Artist Maltese version English version Place
1 Alex Schembri "Int" "Don't Leave Without Me" 5
2 Enzo Guzman "Tkellem Bil-Fjuri" "Sunshine and rainbows" 10
3 Godwin Lucas "Imhabba Fil-Harifa" "Autumn Love" 7
4 Moira Stafrace "Tghidlix" "Don't Throw Our Love Away" 2
5 Mike Spiteri "Paceville" "Lonely People" 3
6 Phylisienne Brincat "Flimkien" "Together" 8
7 Renato "Jekk L-Eku Ta' Dal-Kliem" "Fading Love" 4
8 Marthese Tanti "Gardina Tal-Holm" "Garden of Dreams" 9
9 Helen Micallef "Mat-Tnehid Tal-Mewg" "Yearning" 6
10 Mary Spiteri "Tfajjel Ckejken" "Little Child" 1

At Eurovision[edit]

"Little Child", this time solely in English, was performed 10th on the night of the contest, following Cyprus and preceding Iceland. Spiteri came 3rd in the contest with 123 points, receiving 4 12 points, more than the eventual winner Ireland. This was also Malta's best showing at the contest so far.

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