The 24 competing songs for Eesti Laul 2021 were released back in December. Now, Estonia’s ERR has published the running order for both semi-finals.
This also means that we now know which acts will perform in which semi-final.
Eurovision 2014 singer Tanja will open the entire selection, performing first in semi-final one on 18 February. Other big names in this heat include Egert Milder and two-time Eurovision star Koit Toome. Ivo Linna, another song contest alum, will close the evening alongside Robert Linna and Supernova.
Semi-final two kicks off on 20 February with two firm fan favourites — Sissi followed by Gram-Of-Fun. Eesti Laul 2020 winner Uku Suviste can also be found here, as can Jüri Pootsmann. The problematic Alabama Watchdog are set to perform tenth. Suured Tüdrukud have secured the last slot in the running order.
As in previous years, six acts will progress from each semi. The first four will be determined by a mixture of public and jury vote while the fifth and sixth place qualifiers will be chosen solely by the public in a second round of voting.
The grand final will take place on 6 March. Grete Kuld and Tõnis Niinemets will host all three shows.
Eesti Laul 2021 running order
- Tanja: “Best Night Ever”
- Hans Nayna: “One By One
- Wiiralt: “Tuuled”
- Kea: “Hypnotized”
- Andrei Zevakin & Pluuto: “Wingman”
- Karl Killing: “Kiss Me”
- Nika Marula: “Calm Down”
- Egert Milder: “Free Again”
- Tuuli Rand: “Üks öö”
- Koit Toome: “We Could Have Been Beautiful”
- Kristin Kalnapenk: “Find A Way”
- Ivo Linna, Robert Linna, Supernova: “Ma olen siin”
- Sissi: “Time”
- Gram-Of-Fun: “Lost In A Dance”
- Kadri Voorand: “Energy”
- Helen: “Nii kõrgele”
- Redel: “Tartu”
- Rahel: “Sunday Night”
- Uku Haasma: “Kaos”
- Heleza: “6”
- Uku Suviste: “The Lucky One”
- Alabama Watchdog: “Alabama Watchdog”
- Jüri Pootsmann: “Magus melanhoolia”
- Suured Tüdrukud: “Heaven’s Not That Far Tonight”
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