Can you guess these local singers from their childhood snaps?
You’ve seen them on TV, you’ve heard them on the radio, and you’ve probably voted for them during local festivals. However, while some of these local singers have been around for many years, a lot of us might not remember them as toddlers and children.
Our most recent Eurovision Song Contest representative looks super cute in this clown costume!
Pulling funny faces is Angela’s signature move! In fact, she’s so good at it that she never bursts out laughing.
Anna was still a baby when this photo was taken! How times have changed.
Check out Christine’s first two baby teeth! Remember all that itching? Hopefully not…
Unlike most of us, Claire seemed to be excited for school!
Before singing at festivals or joining the Animae Gospel Choir, before making it to primary school even, this is what Dario Bezzina looked like!
Check out this photo of the Let Me Fly singer as she pretends to make a phone call.
Mysterious and strong, Diane has always had that one-of-a-kind look!
Fabian loves being loud, but he just looks angelic here.
Corduroy was all the rage when this picture was taken!
Some things really do last forever, including Ian’s super cute cheeks!
Jackie Pace Delicata
Who knew Jackie had blond locks even as a child?
Janice really doesn’t look super pleased with her Carnival outfit…
Josef ‘Zep’ Micallef
Whether he’s sunbathing or off to a gala event, Zep always looks dapper.
What dreams are made of! A budgie sits on Joseph’s shoulder, looking rather relaxed.
Her famous smile shined through even as a child.
Louisa Frendo Wirth
Always the poser. If you’ve got it, flaunt it!
Photographed while wearing our Carnival outfit in public. We’ve all been there and we all loved it. Right, Mark?
She hasn’t changed a bit!
Pamela was probably teaching this teddy how to sing.
Always the joker.
Posed photos are no mean feat when all a child wants to do is rush off and play… But check out those ruby-red cheeks!
The Animae Gospel Choir in Concert is on the 30th and 31st October at 8pm, and again on the 1st November at 3.30pm at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta. Tickets can be booked form the MCC website.
A Park & Ride add-on from Floriana or Ċirkewwa can also be booked alongside the tickets. A child-minding service during the concert can also be pre-booked for a nominal fee of €5 per child from the Animae Gospel Choir website.