Eurovision fever is in the air again in Malta.
The song contest takes place this week with Michela Pace, 18, flying the flag for the Maltese Islands.
But can you do Malta’s Chameleon dance yet?
Michela has revealed the dance for her song is ‘the latest craze’ at the Eurovision finals in Tel Aviv.
The singer from Victoria in Gozo took to social media to explain the moves of the Chameleon dance.
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I’VE JUST BEEN INFORMED THAT THE CHAMELEON DANCE IS THE LATEST CRAZE IN THE Eurovision Song Contest WORLD! Learn how to do these moves by watching this clip! You’ll catch me and my team doing the moves during my Chameleon performance in Semi Final 2 THIS THURSDAY. @ambra_succi @nyatkibreab @lindenalbin @amirashoor @arin__ #ChameleonDance #Malta #Eurovision
Michela told her followers on Instagram that she was proud to be flying the flag for Malta at Eurovision.
She wrote: ‘Still can’t believe that I am living this dream of representing my country in the Eurovision.
‘One tough week ahead but we will continue giving it our all so that we will achieve the desired results.’
The music video for Chameleon has officially become the most watched Eurovision video of 2019.
Malta stormed the chart on Eurovision’s official YouTube channel with more than 8.1 million views.
The Netherlands is in second place, with Duncan Laurence’s music video for Arcade racking up 7.6 million views.
Michela will perform in the second Eurovision semi-final on Thursday night.
The final will be held on Saturday in Tel Aviv.