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Among the songwriters, Elton Zarb and Muxu co-wrote the Maltese entry in 2015; Paul Abela composed the 1991, 19 Maltese entries; Gerard James Borg and Philip Vella co-wrote the 2000, 2002, 2004, 20 Maltese entries, while Gerard James Borg also co-wrote the 2014 Russian entry; Paul Giordimaina represented Malta in 1991 and together with Fleur Balzan co-wrote the Maltese entry in 2011; Dimitri Stassos co-wrote the Spanish entry in 2009 and the Greek entry in 2012; Jonas Gladnikoff co-wrote the Irish entries in 2009, 20. Twenty songs competed for fourteen qualifying spots in the final.

Artists were able to submit as many songs as they wished, however, they could only compete with a maximum of two in the semi-final and one in the final.The Maltese entry for the 2016 contest in Stockholm, Sweden was initially selected through the national final Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2016, organised by the Maltese broadcaster Public Broadcasting Services (PBS).The competition consisted of a semi-final round and a final, held on 22 and 23 January 2016, respectively, where "Chameleon" performed by Ira Losco eventually emerged as the winning entry after scoring the most points from a five-member jury and a public televote.The country had, to this point, competed in every contest since returning in 1991.Malta's best placing in the contest thus far was second, which it achieved on two occasions: in 2002 with the song "7th Wonder" performed by Ira Losco and in 2005 with the song "Angel" performed by Chiara.

Artists were able to submit as many songs as they wished, however, they could only compete with a maximum of two in the semi-final and one in the final.

The Maltese entry for the 2016 contest in Stockholm, Sweden was initially selected through the national final Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2016, organised by the Maltese broadcaster Public Broadcasting Services (PBS).

The competition consisted of a semi-final round and a final, held on 22 and 23 January 2016, respectively, where "Chameleon" performed by Ira Losco eventually emerged as the winning entry after scoring the most points from a five-member jury and a public televote.

The country had, to this point, competed in every contest since returning in 1991.

Malta's best placing in the contest thus far was second, which it achieved on two occasions: in 2002 with the song "7th Wonder" performed by Ira Losco and in 2005 with the song "Angel" performed by Chiara.

Ira Losco made several appearances across Europe to specifically promote "Walk on Water" as the Maltese Eurovision entry.