Personal Life and Eurovision Song Contest
Born in Naxxar, she won the Malta Song For Europe festival in January 2000, with the song Desire. She toured Germany, Australia and Sweden, the host nation of the Eurovision Song Contest 2000 before the main event where her entry Desire finished in eighth place. The song was subsequently chosen as the official song for UK's 2001 gay pride. She was the only television presenter that worked with the main three Maltese television networks, being One TV, NET TV and TVM. She was acquitted from continuing her career as presenter on National TV (TVM) due to her entering politics.
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- Claudette Pace / Lyrics
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- "FILMAT: Ir-responsabbiltà politika għandha tintrefa' f'kull ċirkostanza" (in Maltese). 26 May 2015. Retrieved 11 July 2019.
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with "Believe 'n Peace"
| Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest
with "Another Summer Night"
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