Tel Aviv 2019

Tonight: Spain chooses Eurovision entry and Malta’s X Factor continues

All the information you need for tonight

Tonight we have just two shows but by the end of the evening we’ll have another entry for Tel Aviv 2019. First though, Malta’s X Factor continues as the show sees another act go home. Later on, Spain will wrap up the latest series of Operación Triunfo with its Gala Eurovisión. The winner of tonight’s show will represent Spain at Eurovision…or will it? There is potential for drama so stay tuned!

🇲🇹 Malta – X Factor Live Show 3

Show: X Factor — Live Show 3
 21.00 – 23.00 (CET)
Where to watch:
TVM (if you live outside Malta, you will only be able to access TVM’s live stream once the sing-off begins.)

The winner of X Factor will represent Malta at the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. All the groups have been eliminated from the competition, leaving just single artists remaining…

  • (The Girls) – Kelsey Ballante, Michela Pace, Nicole Frendo
  • (The Boys) – Luke Chappell, Norbert, Owen Leuellen
  • (The Overs) – Ben Purplle, Petra

🇪🇸 Spain – Operación Triunfo (Gala Eurovisión)

Show: Operación Triunfo — Gala Eurovisión
 22.05 – 00.30 (CET)
Where to watch:

Famous Oberogo may have won the main Operación Triunfo show but all that counts for nothing tonight. In a slight change of format for from last year’s special gala, the show will consist of one round only. This year, there is no super final, no jury vote, and the public will have 100% say in who represents Spain in Tel Aviv. Oh, and expect a live performance of “Fuego” from Eleni Foureira!

You can listen to the songs here but below are all the details of tonight’s hopefuls.

Sabela“Hoy soñaré”
Noelia“Hoy vuelvo a reír otra vez”
Natalia“La clave”
Miki“La venda”
Natalia y Miki“Nadie se salva”
Famous“No puedo más”
Julia“Qué quieres que haga”
Carlos Right“Se te nota”
Marilia“Todo bien”

We’ll provide you with live updates about the shows on our Twitter @ESCXTRA. You’ll also find all the results on ESCXTRA right after the shows have ended.

Matt Baker

As a writer with the Eurovision disposition it was only inevitable that I should find myself merging these two interests. If it wasn't Sonia singing "Better the Devil You Know" that got me hooked on Eurovision, then it was the Gina G banger "Just a Little Bit". The 90's is where it all started for me, who knows where I'll end up!
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