Malta: Croatia rejected “All Of My Love” Before Destiny

The singer and songwriter, Bernarda Brunovic, made a breakthrough for “All Of My Love”, the song that marks Malta’s participation in Eurovision 2020. revealed that “All Of My Love” had also been submitted to Dora, the Croatian national final for the competition, but was rejected.

Bernarda as a permanent resident of Switzerland was initially involved in the Swiss national selection. Together with Boris Milanov they wrote a song, with an interpreter, but it was not selected. At the same time in Vienna they wrote a new song, “All Of My Love”, which they decided to deposit in Croatia, again with Bernarda performing. The song was not even selected there.

At the end of February, Malta’s public television contacted Boris Milanov, asking for his song about Destiny, as they had not yet found anyone. The song proposed by Boris Milanov was “All Of My Love”, which Malta public television accepted, after making some necessary changes to fit Destiny’s voice better.

“We have agreed to retain my rights as a composer and to join Eurovision in vocals, but I will have my time in the song where I will be performing solo, but this is a surprise. The song has become very good and with a few changes to the instrumentation”

(Bernarda Brunovic)

In addition to Boris Milanov and Bernarda Brunovic, the composer team of “All Of My Love” includes Sebastian Arman, Dag Lundberg, Joacim Persson and Austria’s Eurovision 2018 representative, Cesar Sampson.

Malta: Destiny to compete in “X Factor”

17-year-old Destiny Chukunyere, who won Junior Eurovision in 2015, is a candidate for the “X Factor” which will be aired on public television in the coming months, making the winner of this talent show the Malta’s  representative in 2020 ESC.

In 2015, Destiny brought Malta to the first place in Junior Eurovision. with her amazing voice and retro song, “Not My Soul”. A year later she took part in Britain’s Got Talent, reaching the semifinals. This year, she participated in the vocals of the Maltese mission to Tel Aviv, assisting on stage with Michela, who represented her country after her X Factor victory.

The possibilities to see Destiny representing Malta in the Netherlands is high, as both Maltese fans and public broadcaster seem to believe very much in her voice.

To do so,she must be the winner of the X Factor, which will be broadcast on Malta’s public broadcaster in the coming months for the second consecutive year, giving the winner of the talent show a chance to represent the country in  at the Eurovision Contest.

Destiny seems to be chasing the dream and this opportunity, as local media reports have already qualified for the bootcamp, from which the photo below

The set of contributors (reviewers, presenter) will be the same as the previous season altough it is not yet announced the date of broadcasting,which is expected from October, if,of course, the timetable will be followed.