Former Eurovision participant Gerli Padar has qualified for the final of Eesti Laul 2018. The artist, who sang for Estonia in 2007, took part in the second semi final with Eliis Pärna and the song ‘Sky’.
On Saturday night, Stig Rästa won the first semi-final in Estonia with an Ed Sheeran-like song. The Estonian representative of 2015 was one of the five qualifiers from the first semi final. ESCDaily’s editor Robin Tas followed the show and gives in-depth reviews of all performances.
Stig Rästa has qualified for the final of Eesti Laul. The Estonian representative of 2015 was one of the five qualifiers from the first semi final with his song ‘Home’.
The Estonian national broadcaster have recently announced who will be performing in which semi final for Eesti Laul 2018. Semi final 1 is on the 10th of February, Semi final 2 is on the 17th of February and the Grand final is on the 3rd [read more…]
The twenty candidates for the Estonian preselection Eesti Laul have been announced by broadcaster ERR. Stig Rästa (ESC 2015) and Gerli Padar (ESC 2007) are familiar names that are on the list.
In the upcoming days, we take a look at the aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. In this third episode we talk about the three Baltic nations that all failed to qualify for the final. What went wrong for Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Who are the big favorites for Kiev? In the next couple of weeks we will highlight some interesting participants, based on the odds they have been given by the bookmakers. This week we are providing a shortlist of countries that lead the board in the [read more…]
Koit Toome and Laura have won the final of Eesti Laul and will return to the Eurovision Song Contest. After two semi finals and a grand final at the Saku Suurhall Arena in Tallinn, their song ‘Verona’ was selected as the winner and they will thus [read more…]
With no less then 5 former Estonian Eurovision participants in the final line up, Estonia has a huge decision to make. Who will represent them in Kiev and hopefully secure them a second victory, after their first and only victory from 2001.
Kerli is one of the main contenders to win the final of Eesti Laul this weekend, and the right to represent Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. Here is a message she recorded for us, especially for her fans.