The Malta Independent 19 May 2022, Thursday

‘It wasn’t the result we expected, but I feel very proud of my performance’ – Emma Muscat

Friday, 13 May 2022, 13:46 Last update: about 5 days ago

Emma Muscat said that while last night's Eurovision result isn't what they expected, she feels very proud of her Eurovision performance,

Emma was not among the top 10 in the Eurovision's second semi-final on Thursday, meaning that she drops out of the competition.

She sang 'I Am What I Am' - a song which was controversially changed from the entry which won her qualification for the Eurovision, with the staging seeing her starting the song behind a piano and then joining the choreography on stage.

"I feel really good. Obviously it wasn't the result we expected but I feel very proud of my performance.  I gave everything I could." She thanked all those who supported her, including her parents, her team, the delegation and others.

"I'm so grateful for all the international support I got as well."

Now she is on to the next chapter, she said.

Muscat said that her new album called "I am Emma" released today.  

"It's full of new music, new emotions a new journey. Thank you Malta and thank you everyone for your support."


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