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Sarah Bonnici wows audience with performance of ‘Heaven’

Sarah Bonnici wows audience with performance of 'Heaven'
Feb 18 2022 Share

This Gozitan songstress enchanted viewers across Malta and Gozo with her performance of ‘Heaven’, a powerful ballad comparing the nature of a relationship to heaven. Bonnici complemented her singing with some piano-playing towards the beginning of the track before she hitting centre stage.

Back in 2009, Sarah had performed at the Malta Junior Eurosong and came in third place.

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Norbert Bondin’s ‘How Special You Are’ is the ballad we didn’t know we needed

Norbert Bondin's 'How Special You Are' is the ballad we didn't know we needed
Feb 18 2022 Share

A familiar face in the Maltese Eurovision Scene, this year Norbert Bondin hits the stage with a powerful ballad and emotional lyrics which definitely sent chills down our spine.

With lyrics written by songwriter extraordinaire Shaun Farrugia (who recently wrote for Sigala, John Newman & The Script), Bondin’s ‘How Special You Are’ is the ballad that we didn’t know we needed.

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Raquel stuns on stage with performance of ‘Over You’

Raquel stuns on stage with performance of 'Over You'
Feb 18 2022 Share

Answering the question “how much pink do you want?” with “yes”, Raquel’s performance of ‘Over You’ gave the audience a showcase of subtle tones and distinct visuals.

The song highlights the artist’s optimism in the face of adversity. This is Raquel’s fourth Malta Eurovision Song Contest entry, also taking part in 2014, 2015 and 2016.

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Ferrari and Mercedes reveal new 2022 F1 cars

Feb 18 2022 Share

Iconic Formula One teams, Ferrari and Mercedes have both revealed the cars that they have been developing for months ahead of the 2022 season opener in Bahrain.

Both teams are favourites to be frontrunners in next years season, alongside teams such as Red Bull and McLaren.

 

 

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Ferrari revealed not only the livery of the car but showed fans the actual car that will take to the race track next week in pre season testing in Barcelona. The much anticipated design of the car largely lived up to expectations, with many tifosi stating that the striking darker red and black car might be one of the more aesthetically pleasing Formula One cars that Ferrari have designed.

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said before revealing the F1-75 that “It called on all our know-how our creativity and above all our commitment. This is what I would call a brave Ferrari because we have interpreted the rules thinking outside the box.“ This technical creativity is seen on the car mostly with its deep curves on the side which have gone viral on social media.

 

Current Constructor World Champions, Mercedes also revealed their car pleasing many fans as they returned to their traditional silver colour after two years having a mainly black car. The team swapped to a black design ahead of the delayed 2020 season in a strong anti-racism message after large amounts of  activism around the world. The car will also feature the colour red associated with their principal sponsor Ineos for a second consecutive year.

Mercedes’ drivers George Russel and Lewis Hamilton will have a chance to test the car today in Silverstone ahead of pre season testing in Barcelona next week. Mercedes will be hoping for another dominant car that helped them win 8 consecutive constructors championships and 7 straight drivers championships too.

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