Eesti Laul is well under way, and all that is left now is the grand final of the Estonian national final. 6 songs qualified to the final 2 days ago, and now another 6 songs has qualified to the final, so let’s see who made it!


Estonia is one of the few countries we can count on when it comes to organizing a national final every year, and obviously this year was no exception. The second semi-final has concluded and another 6 acts have made it to the Eesti Laul final.

In order to qualify to the final, a jury and televote would be in charge of who deserves to qualify, and in the first round of voting, they decided the first 4 qualifiers, they were as following:

  • Sissi – “Strong”
  • Kadiah – “Believe”
  • Kerli Kivilaan – “Cold Love”
  • Uku Suviste – “Pretty Little Liar”

At this point, there was still a chance for any of the other acts to still qualify through the second voting round. In this round only the televote would be in charge of the qualifiers. The two entries that got most support from the televote were as following:

  • Lumevärv ft. INGA – “Milline Päev”
  • Sünne Valtri – “I’ll Do It My Way”

These 6 acts will now compete in the grand final of Eesti Laul 2019 along with these 6 acts, who qualified to the final earlier this week:

  • The Swingers, Tanja & Birgit – “High Heels in the Neighbourhood”
  • Xtra Basic & Emily J – “Hold Me Close”
  • Stefan – “Without You”
  • Sandra Nurmsalu – “Soovide Puu”
  • Victor Crone – “Storm”
  • Inger – “Coming Home”

The grand final will now take place in 2 weeks time, on the 16th of February, where the winner will be the lucky representative of Estonia at this years Eurovision Song Contest.

Estonia will compete in the second half, of the first semi-final in Tel-Aviv.

Did #YOU like any of the 6 qualifiers tonight? Share your thoughts with us on our forum HERE or join the discussion below and on social media!

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