Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993

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Eurovision Song Contest 1993
Country  Malta
National selection
Selection process National Final
Selection date(s) 13 March 1993
Selected entrant William Mangion
Selected song "This Time"
Finals performance
Final result 8th, 66 points
Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1992 1993 1994►

Malta took part at the Eurovision Song Contest 1993 in Millstreet, Ireland. Their entry was singer William Mangion with the song "This Time".

A national final was held to select the Maltese entry, held on 13 March 1993, and hosted by John Demanuele & Marija Bugeja.

National final[edit]

The Maltese final was held at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta. The songs were firstly performed in Maltese, then in English. Only the top 3 were announced.

Draw Artist Song Translation Place
1 Paul Giordimaina "B'vuci wahda" One voice one heart -
2 Moira Stafrace "In-nies li taf" Love me till the end -
3 William Mangion "Issa" This time 1
4 Bayzo & Claudette Pace "L'ghanja ta' hajti" You are my music -
5 Mike Spiteri "Gmiel il-ward u l-muzika" Roses, stars and love songs -
6 Marita & Jon Lukas "Zommni u ghannaqni" Love we share 2
7 Renato "Rajtek" Seems like yesterday -
8 Alex Schembri "F'mument" Woman 3

At Eurovision[edit]

William Mangion performed 8th on the night of the contest, following Belgium and preceding Iceland. At the close of the voting the song had received 66 points, placing 8th of 25.

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