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Malta's 'Diamond' Gaia Gambuzza shines brightly

06 December 2022 at 15:00 CET
Junior Eurovision 2022 - Portraits - Malta - Gaia Gambuzza Corinne Cumming / EBU
Malta’s Gaia Gambuzza glows as brightly as the title of her Junior Eurovision song would suggest!

The Maltese songstress will be performing Diamonds in the Skies, an '80s-influenced dance track about how moments pass us by so quickly, and that we need to take a breath, look around, and recognize how magical we all are. Gaia's incredibly excited to take the stage here in Yerevan.

'It's definitely the biggest festival that I've ever competed in, and it's going to be a wonderful experience, an unforgettable one!'

Gaia Gambuzza will represent Malta in Yerevan Matthew Cutajar

Thirteen-year-old Gaia, who comes to us from the city of Mosta, has been singing and performing since the age of four. She’s won accolades for her work both in Malta and abroad, and has been even taking part in online competitions. She takes every opportunity she can to learn and grow, working hard at piano lessons and even enrolling in annual musical theatre exams through Trinity College of London. Beyond that, she’s a happy teenager, whether she’s listening to Lizzo and Dua Lipa or playing with her Shih Tzu, the appropriately-named Joy!

👀 Check out Gaia’s Photo Gallery from her First Rehearsal!

Junior Eurovision 2022 - First Rehearsal - Malta - Gaia Gambuzza Corinne Cumming / EBU

Not only satisfied with keeping her own skills in tip-top shape, Gaia’s dream is to balance a career in music with one as a speech language pathologist. She would love to be able to use the lessons she’s learned through her musical studies and her understanding of linguistics to be able to assist others with problems in communication. But at heart, Gaia dreams of being a pop star with a hand in musical theatre. 

If you think Gaia shines bright like a diamond, be sure to vote for Malta at Junior Eurovision 2022!

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