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Estonia: Semi-Final Split Revealed for Eesti Laul 2019

ERR has revealed the split of the two semi-finals for Eesti Laul 2019 at a press conference this afternoon in Tallinn, Estonia.

This afternoon the twenty four acts competing in Eesti Laul 2019 were split in to their two semi-finals. The draw this afternoon in Tallinn does not determine the position in which the singers will be performing, but the semi-final that they will be performing in.

Semi Final One: 

  • The Swingers – “High Heels In The Neighbourhood”
  • Ranele – “Supernova”
  • Sofia Rubina-Hunter  – “Deep Water”
  • xtra basic & Emily J – “Hold Me Close”
  • Johanna Eendra – “Miks sa teed nii?”
  • Victor Crone – “Storm”
  • Stefan – “Without You”
  • Jennifer Cohen – “Little Baby El”
  • Sandra Nurmsalu – “Soovide puu”
  • Öed – “Öhuloss”
  • Marko Kaar – “Smile”
  • Inger – “Coming Home”

Semi Final Two:

  • Synne Valtri – “I’ll Do It My Way”
  • Sissi – “Strong”
  • Kaia Tamm – “Wo sind die katzen?”
  • Iseloomad – “Kaks miinust”
  • Cätlin Mägi & Jaan Pehk – “Parmumäng”
  • Lumevärv ft. INGA – “Milline päev”
  • Uku Suviste – “Pretty Little Liar”
  • Kerli Kivilaan – “Cold Love”
  • Around The Sun – “Follow Me Back”
  • Lacy Jay – “Halleluja”
  • Grete Paia  – “Kui isegi kaotan”
  • Kadiah – “Believe”

The dates for Eesti Laul 2019 are as follows:

  • Semi-Final One – January 31
  • Semi-Final Two – February 2
  • Final – February 16

Estonia was represented by Elina Nechayeva at the 2018 contest in Lisbon, Portugal. With her song “La Forza”, she placed 8th in the final with 245 points.

Source: ERR

Estonia in the Eurovision Song Contest

Estonia debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994 alongside six other countries. At the contest in Dublin they were represented by Silvi Vrait, who finished 2nd last scoring just 2 points. In 2001 Estonia won the Eurovision Song Contest for the only time to date. They were represented by Tanel Padar, Dave Benton & 2XL, who performed the song “Everybody” and took a surprise victory in Copenhagen. After the success of the late-90s and early 00s, Estonia failed to qualify for the final from 2004-2008. In 2009 Estonia launched a new selection show, Eesti Laul, and has since qualified for the final six out of ten attempts.

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