5miinuust & puuluup

5miinust & Puuluup won Eesti Laul 2024 with “(nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi”, securing Estonia’s ticket to Malmö for Eurovision 2024. The entry was one of 10 finalists competing to represent Estonia tonight.

Blending folk, techno, and fun choreography, the winning song translates to “(we) don’t know anything about (these) drugs” in English.

A total of 215 entries were submitted to Estonian broadcaster ERR for the competition. After an internal vote and a semi-final on Jan. 20, a final 10 made up of five automatic qualifiers and five artists from the semi performed live at the for a chance to represent their nation at Eurovision. Here’s a recap of the running order:

  1. Brother Apollo – “Bad Boy”
  2. Carlos Ukareda – “Never Growing Up”
  3. Ewert and the Two Dragons – “Hold Me Now”
  4. Anet Vaikmaa – “Serotoniin”
  5. Ollie – “My Friend”
  6. Daniel Levi – “Over the Moon”
  7. Uudo Sepp & Sarah Murray – “Still Love”
  8. Peter Põder – “Korra veel”
  9. 5miinust & Puuluup – “(nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi”
  10. Nele-Liis Vaiksoo – “Käte ümber jää”

Watch the winners perform at the final here:

During the final, three “superfinalists” are narrowed down by a combined international jury vote and public televote. After another round of performances by the three acts, the winner was decided solely by a public vote. These were the three superfinalists:

  • Nele-Liis Vaiksoo – “Käte ümber jää”
  • Ollie – “My Friend”
  • 5miinust & Puuluup – “(nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi”

Ollie finished in second, and Vaiksoo in third. Exact numbers are not available yet for the superfinal results, but here’s how the first round of voting went down:

  • 5miinust & Puuluup (8 points from the jury)
  • Nele-Liis Vaiksoo (12 points from the jury)
  • Ollie (10 points from the jury)

4. Anet Vaikmaa – “Serotoniin”– 13 points
5. Daniel Levi – “Over the Moon” – 12 points
6. Carlos Ukareda – “Never Growing Up” –  11 points
7. Ewert and the Two Dragons – “Hold Me Now” – 8 points
8. Brother Apollo – “Bad Boy” – 4 points
8. Peter Põder – “Korra veel” – 4 points
8. Uudo Sepp & Sarah Murray – “Still Love” – 4 points

This year marked the 16th edition of Eesti Laul as Estonia’s national selection. Since the contest’s launch, Estonia has landed five top-10 placements in the final at Eurovision, including last year, when Alika finished 8th with “Bridges.”

Estonia will perform in the second half of the second semi-final at Eurovision on May 9, 2024.

Eurovision’s official YouTube channel live-streamed the Eesti Laul final this year. Catch up here:

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