The line-up for the final of Eesti Laul 2020 is known, now that the last six qualifiers have been announced after the second semi final on Saturday. The band Traffic is one of the remaining six qualifiers in Estonia. They are trying to represent Estonia [read more…]
The first six finalists of Eesti Laul, Estonia’s selection show for Eurovision 2020, have been announced after the first semi final on Thursday. STEFAN, who was in the final in Estonia last year as well, is among the lucky six.
Stig Rästa (ESC 2015) and Laura Põldvere (ESC 2005 and 2017) will take part in Eesti Laul 2020, to return to the Eurovision Song Contest. They are announced to be amongst the 24 particpants by broadcaster ERR.
The grand final of Eesti Laul 2019 has been won by Victor Crone. The winning song ‘Storm’ will be the entry for Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.
According to the bookmakers, Victor Crone will take Estonia by a ‘Storm’ next Saturday and represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. In this article we give you a preview of the Eesti Laul 2019 final, with the main contenders for victory listed [read more…]
The final six qualifiers for the grand final of Eesti Laul 2019 are known after the broadcast of the second semi-final on Saturday night. Uku Suviste (The Voice Russia contestant) made it to the final whereas Greta Paia (Eesti Laul 2013 runner-up) did not advance.
The first six qualifiers for the grand final of Eesti Laul 2019 are known after the broadcast of the first semi-final on Thursday night. The Swingers, with Birgit (ESC 2013) & Tanja (ESC 2014) and Sandra Nurmsalu (ESC 2009) have made it to the final.
The Estonian broadcaster ERR released the 24 artists that will take part in Eesti Laul 2019, the preselection show that will select the act for Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. Tanja (ESC 2014), Birgit Õigemeel (ESC 2013) and Sandra Nurmsalu (ESC 2009) are [read more…]
Estonia will pick their entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 on Saturday the 16th of February. They will again use the Eesti Laul format, but the shows will have four more songs than last year.
In the fourth episode of our series on the aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 we talk about Estonia. A ‘strange’ country in the contest, because one year they can end up almost at the bottom of a semi final, and the other year [read more…]