Miriam Christine

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Miriam Christine
Birth name Miriam Christine Borg
Born (1978-06-30) June 30, 1978 (age 39)
Goias, Brazil
Origin Victoria, Gozo, Malta
Genres Pop, R&B
Occupation(s) Singer
Website www.miriamchristine.com

Miriam Christine Borg is a Maltese pop and rhythm and blues singer[citation needed] best known for representing Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996.

Miriam Christine was born in Santo Antônio do Descoberto, Goiás, Brazil but raised on the Mediterranean island of Gozo. She took part in various singing festivals before winning the Song for Europe Festival[citation needed] and representing Malta in the 1996 Eurovision Song Contest with the song In A Woman’s Heart.

On the night of the contest, held in Oslo, she was backed by 3 vocalists-one of whom was Georgina Abela, the wife of the composer and a former contestant. In the beginning of the voting Malta was among the top 5 but gradually fell to 10th place with 68 points.

Recent Projects[edit]

Miriam Christine remains active as a singer in her native country, performing in weddings and on local television shows. In 2008 she formed The Gozo Children’s Choir[citation needed] and performed during the Malta Gay Pride celebrations.[citation needed]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Title Notes
1996 In a Woman's Heart
2002 Reptile Lover
2003 Hold On
2004 What We Really Mean
2004 Hush
2004 Synchrnised
2004 Mystery Mama
2008 Alone Today
2009 Mama
2014 Safe

Albums[edit]

Year Title Notes
1998 Smile and Shine
2002 L'Emigrant
2004 Little Zee

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Mike Spiteri
with "Keep Me In Mind"
Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest
1996
Succeeded by
Debbie Scerri
with "Let Me Fly"