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Lynn Chircop

Lynn Chircop (born 1980, in Santa Venera, Malta) is a Maltese singer and television presenter, who won the Maltese national final for the Eurovision Song Contest 2003 with the song To Dream Again. An unfortunate outing at the contest saw her placing 25th in the Eurovision contest, finishing second from last. She is also the daughter of Maltese conductor, Twanny Chircop, who conducted the ESC orchestra for Malta's entry in 1971 in Dublin, Ireland.

She started as a presenter on Channel 22, before entering Malta Song for Europe.[1]

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Ira Losco
with "7th Wonder"
Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest
2003
Succeeded by
Julie & Ludwig
with "On Again... Off Again"


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