Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest 1999

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Eurovision Song Contest 1999
Country  Malta
National selection
Selection process National Final
Selected entrant Times Three
Selected song "Believe 'n Peace"
Finals performance
Final result 15th, 32 points
Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest
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For the Eurovision Song Contest 1999, Malta entered Believe n peace, performed by Times Three. The song received 32 points, finishing 15th.

On 19 and February 20, the Maltese final was held at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta, and was hosted by Mariella Scerri and Joseph Chetcuti. There were 16 songs in the final, and the winner was decided by an expert jury - one of whom was Mojca Mavec, the presenter of the Slovene NF.

Singing position Song title Act Points Final position
1 "Night has fallen" Alexander Schembri 74 6
2 "The right time" Lawrence Gray 114 2
3 "Thankful for your love" Fabrizio Faniello 71 8
4 "Takes me higher" Tarcisio Barbara 23 16
5 "Breathless" Claudette Pace 75 5
6 "Hold my hand" Nadine Axisa & Rita Pace 25 15
7 "Give me love" Alison Ellul 33 14
8 "Who will be there" Georgina 79 3
9 "Autumn of my love" Olivia Lewis 73 7
10 "Look into my eyes" Charlene & Natasha Grima 68 9
11 "Believe 'n Peace" Times Three 119 1
12 "Heartbeat" Mark Tonna 52 11
13 "You're the reason" Leontine 77 4
14 "It is you" Marvic Lewis 42 13
15 "I believe again" Paul Giordimaina 45 12
16 "Love will find the way" Joe Mizzi 54 10

Georgina and Paul Giordimaina represented Malta in 1991, and Georgina was also a backing singer in 1996. Claudette Pace would go on to represent the country in 2000. Fabrizio Faniello would follow suit in both 2001 and 2006, and Olivia Lewis would do the same in 2007.

At Eurovision[edit]

Points Awarded to Malta[edit]

Points Awarded to Malta
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

Points Awarded by Malta[edit]

12 points  Sweden
10 points  Iceland
8 points  United Kingdom
7 points  Estonia
6 points  Israel
5 points  Croatia
4 points  Denmark
3 points  Germany
2 points  Netherlands
1 point  Lithuania