Eurovision 2022, who is Emma Muscat. The former competitor of Amici: “Proud to represent Malta. But I also support two other countries “

Appointment tonight with the second semifinal with the conduction Laura Pausini, Mika and Alessandro Cattelan. Among the 18 participants there is an “old” acquaintance for the Italian public and it is Emma Muscat in the cast at the seventeenth edition from “Friends of Maria De Filippi”, Ranked fifth. The singer will represent Malta with the song “I Am What I Am“, Which will be contained in the Ep”I Am Emma”, Due out on 13 May.

We met Emma after the rehearsals on the stage of the Pala Alpitour in Turin to collect the first impressions: “I already had a great time. They will be on stage with me four dancers of the Be a pro Agency: Shadia Taghi (who is also the choreographer; ed), Giulia Santoriello, Lorenzo De Rosa and Frank Dodien. I wanted them to offer another aspect of me. I am very happy with the result. And then I also wanted to design my own dress which will contain small mirrors. A small symbol that reflects the song I bring to the race: in any angle we look at ourselves we are unique and each person is different “.

“I Am What I Am” sends a very important message: “It is a love song that is important not only for oneself but also aimed at all those who feel at fault. We are perfect just the way we are and on an important stage like Eurovision we must convey positive messages. I have always followed Eurovision as well as the Sanremo Festival. I never thought about participating, then came this song and the right time to step forward. I didn’t listen to the other rehearsal singers but I immediately went to listen to all the songs. I cheer for Italy. Mahmood and Blanco’s song is truly the most beautiful. In my opinion also ‘Space Man’ by Sam Ryder for the United Kingdom it could have excellent chances “.

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