Plan your evening, place your bets and start debating who is going to slay! On Tuesday evening Estonian broadcaster ERR announced the running order for the Eesti Laul 2017 final, which takes place on 21 February.
Fan favourites Koit Toome & Laura will perform second, a spot usually reserved for no-hopers, while Eurovision 2015 star Elina Born will perform sixth and the bookies’ favourite Kerli will close the show in tenth position with her mystical number “Spirit Animal”.
FULL EESTI LAUL FINAL 2017 RUNNING ORDER
1. Liis Lemsalu – “Keep Running”
2. Koit Toome ja Laura – “Verona”
3. Whogaux & Karl-Kristjan feat. Maian – “Have You Now”
4. Lenna Kuurmaa – “Slingshot”
5. Daniel Levi – “All I Need”
6. Elina Born – “In or Out”
7. Ivo Linna – “Suur loterii”
8. Rasmus Rändvee – “This Love”
9. Ariadne – “Feel Me Now”
10. Kerli – “Spirit Animal”
SPOTLIGHT ON THE EESTI LAUL 2017 FINAL RUNNING ORDER
As with their counterparts across the continent, Estonian producers strive to create a running order that makes for the best possible show — balancing genres and keeping viewers glued to the screen.
“Keep Running” opens the show with a bang, Daniel Levi and Elina Born pick up the tempo in the middle and “Feel Me Now” acts as the perfect palette cleanser before “Spirit Animal” roars onto the stage.
All of the acts will be making significant changes to their performances on the stage at the Saku Suurhall in Tallin. They’re going big and none of them want to go home.
MÅNS ZELMERLÖW TO PERFORM AT EESTI LAUL 2017 FINAL
As well as the ten Estonian acts performing on the night, Eurovision 2015 winner Måns Zelmerlöw will be performing on the show, as he gears up for the European leg of his Chameleon Tour 2017.
He’ll perform “Glorious” — the third single from his new album Chameleon.
WHEN CAN I WATCH THE EESTI LAUL 2017 FINAL?
You can watch the final of Eesti Laul 2017 live on ERR from 20:35 CET on March 4. The winning act will go on to represent Estonia at Eurovision 2017 in Kyiv and will hope to avenge Jüri Pootsmann’s last place finish in the semi-final in 2016.