Maxine awards her ‘Golden Buzzer’ to Emma Cutajar

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Maxine Aquilina has awarded her coveted ‘Golden Buzzer’ to Emma Cutajar, after leaving Maxine in tears after a very emotional performance.

Emma Cutjar sang a song which she had written herself, dedicating it to her sister, who died before she was born and never got to meet her.

Maxine was so impressed that she awarded Emma her ‘Golden Buzzer’, granting her a place in the semi-final.

Missed her performance? Watch it in below…


Malta’s Got Talent episode 6: Here’s what to expect…

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Episode 6 of Malta’s Got Talent season 1 will air tonight, and here is what we gathered from their promo video:

1. Emma Cutajar

Although still very young, Emma Cutajar has already left a mark in the Maltese singing community after participating in multiple renowned local contests.

Emma, being a very talented singer and pianist, has all the traits to make it to the next round of MGT.

2. Dancelab

Another talented dance group is about to take the MGT stage tonight and we’re certainly not complaining.

Dancelab dance group, led by the talented Luke Brincat, haven’t been around for long but they were quick to become one of the leading dance groups on the island.

3. Freddie Newland

Freddie has been singing in local pubs and restaurants for years entertaining diners and pub-goers … But does he have what it takes for the big stage?

4. Naomi Borg Leyland

Pole dancing is becoming very popular in Malta, and we’ve already seen some jaw dropping pole dancing acts on this year’s Malta’s Got Talent.
Naomi is a pole dancing teacher herself, so expectations are high for this young pole dancer.


91-year old woman has become the 76th victim of the virus in Malta

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The Health Ministry has announced this morning that a 91-year old woman has become the 76th victim of the virus in Malta.

The woman had tested positive a week ago, on the 31st October, and died earlier today while still testing positive at the Good Samaritan hospital.

The Health Ministry extended its condolences to the relatives while reminding everyone to comply with the health and safety standards and regulations.


102 new cases of COVID-19 & 103 recoveries in the past 24 hours

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Malta has registered 102 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 2,942 swab tests, while 103 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

Today’s cases are still being investigated. From yesterday’s cases; 32 cases were family members of previously known cases, 5 cases were contact of positive work colleagues, 2 cases were from direct contacts with positive cases and 2 cases were from social gatherings with other positive cases.

To date, Malta has registered 7,141 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 5,103 have recovered, 76 died and 1,962 are still active.