Eurovision 2020: It’s Destiny For Malta!


Malta held tonight the Grand Final of the X-Factor season 2.

The Four Finalists took the stage tonight, one by one, singing a new song each that wrote especially for him

Destiny Chukunyere

F.A.I.T.H – Five Are In The House

Justine Shorfid

Kyle Cutajar

Eurovision 2020 - X-Factor Malta Finalists

After everyone has performed their new songs and one cover too, the lines were closed for the first time this night and it was announced that the winner in the 4th place is Kyle Cutajar.

The remaining three finalists have now performed again trying to make it for the super final. first took the stage F.A.I.T.H, then Justine Shorfid and close the performances Destiny. when the lines were closed for the second time this evening its was announced that F.A.I.T.H has come 3rd place.

The girls have now continued the neck to neck battle for the golden ticket to Rotterdam and both of them took the stage to perform their final song beginning with Justine Shorfid.

As the lines were closed for the last time it was announced that Destiny is the second season winner!  It is yet not officially announced whether Destiny will sing her original song from tonight in the Eurovision or will it be a different one that will be revealed on a later date. What is for sure for now is that Destiny will raise the Maltese Flag in Rotterdam.


Malta will participate in the second half of the First Semi-Final that will take place on May 12th, 2020 in the Netherland.


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