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🇲🇹 Chanel Monseigneur to represent Malta at the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest

Another country has revealed their representative for the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. After a national final, which saw twelve songs compete for the win. It was revealed that Chanel Monseigneur will be Malta’s representative at the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest with the song ‘Chasing Sunsets’.

Chanels’ entry has been written by Emil Calleja Bayliss, and was composed by Aleandro Spiteri Monseigeur, Peter Borg and Joe Roscoe.

Who is Chanel Monseigneur

Malta’s 16th Junior Eurovision representative was born in the 2nd of January 2011 and lives in Mosta in Malta. At an early age, Chanel has been keen on music. She started signing, music theory and piano lessons at the age of 3.

As for competing, Chanel participated in her international competition in 2018, where she participated at the Music talent League in Lithuania, where she achieved first place in her age group. In addition, she has also participated in two competitions in 2019. In the summer she also had the opportunity to participate in ‘Talent World Contest’ (Italy) and in ‘Riga Symphony’ (Latvia) last December, placing 1st in both competitions with only a few marks away from winning the Grand Prix award.

Malta at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

Malta debuted at the first contest back in 2003, and has only missed two editions of the contest in 2011 and 2012. They have won the contest on two occasions in 2013 and 2015 and since returning in 2013, Malta has placed in the top 10 six times in total.

Last year, Eliana Gomez Blanco placed 19th with “We Are More”, scoring 29 points. This ended their streak of top 10 finishes, but can they resume it this year?

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