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Glen Vella (born 14 May 1984) is a Maltese singer who was chosen to represent Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 with his entry, "One Life". Glen Vella debuted in the Maltese selections for the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005 with the song "Appreciate". He tried to win the competition another 3 times with no luck. One of these times was part of the group Q in 2009, where they came in 3rd place. Glen came closest to winning in 2010 when he came in second place with his entry "Just a little more love".
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- One Life - (3:02) - 192 plays
- Breakaway - 298 plays
- One Life (Malta) - (2:59) - 70 plays
- One Life (Eurovision 2011 - Malta) - (2:57) - 27 plays
- One Life - Main Pass - (2:59) - 20 plays
- One life [Malta] - (2:57) - 15 plays
- One Life - ESC 2011 - (3:01) - 37 plays
- One Life - Eurovision 2011 / Malta - (3:03) - 7 plays
- Lest Nghix Biss Ghalik - (3:27) - 3 plays
- Lie - (2:44) - 8 plays
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