Malta in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014
Malta selected their Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 entry through an internal selection like they did the previous year. On 20 April 2014 it was revealed that Federica Falzon would represent Malta in the contest. It was announced on 12 September 2014 that her song would be called "Diamonds".
|Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014|
|Selection process||Internal selection|
|Selection date(s)||Artist: 20 April 2014|
Song: 12 September 2014
|Selected entrant||Federica Falzon|
|Final result||4th, 116 points|
|Malta in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest|
After winning the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2013 with the internally selected Gaia Cauchi, the Maltese broadcaster PBS decided to internally select their 2014 artist as well. On 20 April 2014, PBS revealed that 11-year-old Federica Falzon would represent Malta. Falzon is a student of Gillian Attard, who also was the vocal coach of Cauchi. On 22 August 2014, it was revealed that her song was written by Attard, Elton Zarb, and Matt Muxu Mercieca who were all members of the writing team that wrote the winning song "The Start". The title of the song was revealed to be "Diamonds" on 12 September 2014.
At Junior EurovisionEdit
Detailed voting resultsEdit
The following members comprised the Maltese jury:
- Jolene Micallef
- Paul Abela
- Chrysander Agius
- Amber Bondin
- Corazon Mizzi
|Draw||Country||J. Micallef||P. Abela||C. Agius||A. Bondin||C. Mizzi||Average Jury Points||Televoting Points||Points Awarded|
- All countries received one set of 12 points to ensure no country finished with nul points.
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