Ten acts had made it through to tonight’s final of Eesti Laul, the Estonian Eurovision selection show for 2018. There could only be one winner and Estonia have named Elina Nechayeva as their representative for Eurovision 2018. She will sing the song ‘La Forza’ in Lisbon in May. Read on for the full results from tonight’s show!
The final of Eesti Laul will take place tomorrow night. Ahead of the big selection show, we reveal the results of our poll!
Tonight saw the continuation of the Estonian national selection show for Eurovision 2018. In the second semi final of Eesti Laul, ten songs battled it out but only half of the field could make it to the final next week. Find out who made the cut!
Tonight saw the start of the Estonian national selection show for Eurovision 2018. In the first semi final of Eesti Laul, ten songs battled it out but only half of the field could make it to the final in two weeks’ time. Find out who made the cut!
Twenty songs will compete in the Estonian selection show for Eurovision 2018 next month. Before that we take a look at all of the contenders, rate them out of ten and rank them from our least favourite to our favourite. Read on to find out which one we liked best!
The Estonian broadcaster ERR have this week revealed the twenty acts and songs that will take part in this year’s Estonian national selection show Eesti Laul.
Last night saw the close of Estonia’s Eesti Laul competition in which the public voted for their pick for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. Ten acts competed in the final of the contest but they crowned Juri Pootsmann as their winner with his song ‘Play’.
Estonia’s Second Semi Final of their Eurovision selection show Eesti Laul, took place on Saturday. It saw another five acts advance to the final on 5th March. Read on to find out who advanced and who was eliminated.
This weekend saw the first of Estonia’s Eesti Laul competition. Ten acts competed for five places in the final in a fortnight’s time. Read on to find out the results…
Estonia have competed 22 times in the Eurovision Song Contest. Their first attempt in 1993 saw them fail to qualify for the final, something that they repeated on a further seven occasions. Their most successful period was from 1996-2002 which gave them six top ten finishes including a win in 2001 for Tanel Padar/Dave Benton/2XL with ‘Everybody’ and a third place the following year with Sahlene’s ‘Runaway’. In 2015 they had been earmarked as early favourites when they selected Stig Rasta and Elina Born to represent them with ‘Goodbye to Yesterday’, the momentum for the song waned however and they finished in seventh place. Estonia return in 2016 with their Eesti Laul selection competition. Read on to find out more.