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‘Not A Chameleon’: Sven’s Love Island Advice

'Not A Chameleon': Sven's Love Island Advice
May 16 2024 Share

Former Love Island contestant Sven Fabri poked fun at his own viral moment from the first season of the show, when he highlighted that one of his defining features is that his eyes change colour.

 

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Taking to social media, Sven wrote: ‘Dear S2 islanders, now that you’re all out my only advice is that… your eye colour does not change… you are not a chameleon!’

‘Kind regards, the Chameleon’. The post racked up a whopping 1,6K likes in 12 hours.

Back during the promos for Love Island Season 1, Sven had said that one of the things girls like most was his eyes ‘which change colour as well. Sometimes they’re grey, sometimes beige.’

Sven was not the only contestant to give out advice, with Kyle Curmi urging compassion from the audience on a more serious note, reminding them that the contestants are not robots and have feelings.

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‘Lose’: Sarah Bonnici Unveils New Song Fresh From Eurovision

'Lose': Sarah Bonnici Unveils New Song Fresh From Eurovision
May 16 2024 Share

Fresh off her Eurovision appearance, Sarah Bonnici has released her new single, “Lose.” Co-written and composed by Sarah Bonnici and Micimago, and produced and mixed by Micimago at Micimago Studios, “Lose” is a lively, uptempo pop track. Through her lyrics, Sarah delves into her internal battle with overthinking and her constant struggle to escape the relentless cycle of circular thoughts.

At 25 years old, Sarah is a multi-talented singer, songwriter, dancer, and pianist who discovered her passion for the arts at a very young age. In 2009, she made her debut at the Malta Junior Eurosong, where she secured third place.

 

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Since then, Sarah has performed at numerous concerts and events both locally and internationally. Last year, she released her debut single “Never Ever,” which led to her participation and victory in the Malta Eurovision with the song “Loop,” culminating in her performance at the most recent Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden.

The release of “Lose” will be accompanied by a music video, set to premiere on Sarah’s YouTube channel in the coming weeks.

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Racist Hate Comments Flood Love Island’s Clinton Comments

Racist Hate Comments Flood Love Island's Clinton Comments
May 15 2024 Share

After Clinton was revealed as one of Love Island Malta’s Season 2 contestants, a flood of racially motivated hate comments as well as other discriminatory messages were posted by various users on social media.

Some ridiculed the fact that it is called Love Island Malta and that it should have been reserved for Maltese people (despite Clinton having lived here since the age of 14).

 

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Other comments suggested that the inclusion of Clinton would pave the way for Indian and/or non-binary contestants.

MaltaDaily stands in firm opposition to such comments and condemns all discriminatory remarks sent their way.

Many other commenters did however show their support for Clinton, expressing their support for the young rapper as he enters the villa in search of love.

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New Reading Spaces For St Vincent De Paul Residents

New Reading Spaces For St Vincent De Paul Residents
May 15 2024 Share

Together with the National Book Council, the Parliamentary Secretariat for Active Aging unveiled a new concept of library at San Vinċenz de Paul. This project involves the setup of three telephone booths, converted by maintenance section workers, now serving as places where residents can borrow books.

These libraries are located in areas regularly frequented by residents and their relatives. They house over 200 books in Maltese and English, donated by the National Book Council.

Parliamentary Secretary Malcolm Paul Agius Galea expressed satisfaction with this initiative. “This library not only promotes reading among our elderly but also provides space for more interaction and mental activities, crucial for the well-being of every individual. We thank the National Book Council for providing these resources, which will continue to promote reading and mental activity among the elderly.”

National Book Council Executive Director Mark Camilleri spoke about the importance of making books accessible to vulnerable communities. With this new concept, San Vinċenz de Paul continues to expand its range of activities, with a strong emphasis on promoting reading and active aging.

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