Birgit Oigemeel’s “Et uus saaks alguse” only finished seventh with our readers, but it finished first among Estonians. Do you think they made the right choice?
Wiwi’s readers have listened to the 10 finalists of Eesti Laul, the Estonian national selection, and they want Grete Paia to win with her song Päästke noored hinged.
So Wiwi just listened to all ten songs competing to win Eesti Laul—the Estonian national selection. It’s a bad sign that the only song he can still remember involves men dressed in leather literally shrieking. Sigh. It’s with a heavy heart that we now ask you, our dear readers, to vote for your favorite in […]
Deban: Ott Lepland is a star. Unfortunately, he’s hoping to shine on the wrong platform. I like “Kuula,” but most people won’t. The staging is simple, and the lights work well, particularly in the distant shots. The backing singer is statuesque. She adds treble to his bass tones. Lepland is commanding and delivers perfectly. However, […]
This morning the Wiwi Jury headed to Tallinn to review Estonia’s ESC 2012 entry “Kuula.” Did Ott Lepland keep our attention with his dark and mysterious voice? Or did we get bored and go eat some potato dumplings halfway through his song? Read on to find out.
Since we last reviewed the odds to win the second semi-final at Eurovision 2012, little has changed at the top. Sweden, Serbia, Norway and Turkey have held on to the top four spots. Further down the bookies’ oddstable, however, competitors have been shuffling around like a man with ants in his pants.
Read the lyrics to “Kuul”—Estonia’s Eurovision 2012 song by Ott Lepland.
Estonia may be a small country, but it’s starting to get a whole lot of Eurovision attention. Three years ago the tiny nation of 1.3 million people changed gears and ERR, the state broadcaster, started hosting a televised competition similar to Melodifestivalen, albeit on a smaller scale. Last year 140 submissions were made to the […]