The Estonians will choose their representative for Turin 2022. The Eestil Laul is a very entertaining music show with a lot of contemporary songs
It has been a long journey for this year’s artists in the Estonian national final Eesti Laul. There were four quarter finals, two semi-finals and on Grand Final which makes seven shows! From originally 40 participants the remaining 10 will perform in tonight’s show in the Saku Suurhall, where the 2002 ESC took place.
There will be 50% jury voting and 50% televoting, the three songs with the highest vote and will put into a super final, while the televoters will have 100% of the voting right. Lordi will be part of this year’s jury.
As always there is a good choice of contemporary music from Estonia, which is worth to watch and listen to.
The final night of the Eesti Laul hosted by no less than Maarja-Liis Ilus, who has participated twice for Estonia in the Eurovision Song Contest (1996 together with Ivo Linna “Kaelakee Hääl” #5 and 1997 “Keelatud Maa” #8) together with Priit Loog.
Among the participants there are some familiar faces: Stig Rästa (2015 together with Elina Born “Goodbye To Yesterday” #7), Elina Nechayeva (2018 “La Forza” #8), Ott Lepland (2012 “Kuula” #6th) and Anna Sahlene (2002 “Runaway” #3).
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