Kris Spiteri: 'Diligent, sarcastic and I guess, krispi'
Chiara Siracusa: ‘Never judge a book by its cover, most times people have reasons for their actions’
Antonio Flores: 'I want to create a legacy – I want to challenge the status quo in Malta'
Erika Galea: 'Never wish anything upon others that you do not wish upon yourself'
Wayne Flask: ‘I don’t dig influencers. I’m not swayed by keyboard wisdom’
Alan Paris: ‘After this show… a mime artist. We’ve laughed so much in rehearsal’
Tezara Saliba: ‘Never mould yourself into another version of yourself to please others’
Ryan Falzon: ‘Life ain’t fair, and nothing sharpens you up like hate’
Andrei Claude: ‘I want to spend time with Tibetan monks in the Himalayas before I die’
Moira Delia: 'I wish I knew how to take my childhood days at a slower pace'
Eileen Montesin: ‘I’m 100% fun when I’m drunk. But I usually regret it all the next day’
Claire Azzopardi: 'Don’t allow negative people to steal your joy'
Mark Micallef Costa: 'Take life with a pinch of salt, we only live once'
James Dimech: 'My love of animals is something I want to be remembered for'
Gaia Cauchi: ‘Singing in front of Simon Cowell would be one of the things that I’m most proud of’
Amy Micallef: ‘As much as I try to limit myself I always end up sinning on some chocolate’
Luke Chappell: ‘I miss being a kid sometimes, not aware of the problems around you’
Manatapu: ‘We all want to be the pirates in Pirates Of The Caribbean’
Rachel Lowell: ‘It’s better to move at a slower pace than hurry and stumble’
Marisha Bonnici: ‘Writing farewell letters to my students pursuing dance international brings tears to my eyes’
Ian Schranz: ‘I cry all the time. Probably watching Moana or Frozen’
Kurt Calleja: ‘Persistence is the bridge between dreams and making them happen’
Stephen Oliver: ‘Directing always comes with a variety of challenges’
Fran Farrugia: ‘Get out of your comfort zone and you’ll achieve great things’
Miriam Christine: ‘Life throws everything at you... what matters most is how you deal with it all’
Nathan Brimmer: ‘Do it... Put yourself out there’
Simone Spiteri: ‘Anxiety isn’t something that can ever go away, it’s part of the fabric of who I am’
Marc Alan Spiteri Stafrace: ‘If I wasn’t in music I’d probably be working for a microchip designer’