The final of Eesti Laul 2021 is fast approaching. Soon, Estonia will choose its act for Eurovision 2021. But before that, we want to hear from our readers. Who do you think should win and sing for Estonia in Rotterdam?
Standout names competing in the grand final of Eesti Laul 2021 are Koit Toome, Jüri Pootsmann and Uku Suviste. They’ve all made waves with the bookmakers, currently sitting at the top three most likely candidates to win the Estonian Eurovision ticket. Also appearing in the final are Sissi, Egert Milder, Hans Nayna, Suured tüdrukud, REDEL, Andrei Zevakin & Pluuto, Kadri Voorand, Karl Killing, and Ivo Linna, Robert Linna and Supernova. But 12 must become one.
Now, it’s over to you. Listen to all of the songs competing in the final of Eesti Laul 2021 and vote in our poll below!
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Eesti Laul 2021: The Final
Egert Milder – “Free Again”
After a fourth place finish last year, Egert Milder is back with this delightful folk-pop track. “Free Again” sees the singer look back to simpler times in his youth. Could he go all the way?
Suured tüdrukud – “Heaven’s Not That Far Tonight”
Disco queens! Suured tüdrukud — translated to English as The Big Girls — are Eesti Laul veterans. They’ve provided backing vocals for many acts throughout the years. And now, they are stepping into their own spotlight with a 1970s disco-dance track, “Heaven’s Not That Far Tonight”. Are they your pick to win?
Hans Nayna – “One By One”
Mauritian singer Hans Nayna brings a soulful energy to the Eesti Laul stage. “One By One” survived the public vote in semi-final one. Does it get your vote?
Ivo Linna, Robert Linna, Supernova – “Ma olen siin”
Eesti Laul veteran Ivo Linna teams up with his son Robert and the band Supernova on this light rock track. Is “Ma olen siin” your favourite?
Karl Killing – “Kiss Me”
Simple but effective, Karl Killing’s soft-pop track “Kiss Me” echoes the works of indie singer-songwriters like Passenger, Ed Sheeran and Charlie Puth. Should he fly the flag for Estonia at Eurovision?
Uku Suviste – “The Lucky One”
Last year’s returning champion. If Uku Suviste triumphs, he’ll make history as the first ever Eesti Laul contestant to win twice. He gave an electrifying performance of “The Lucky One” in semi-final two. Could he make it a double?
Sissi – “Time”
Sissi made it through semi-final two as the sixth and final qualifier of the evening. “Time” is a soulful gospel-pop song. Does it have your vote?
Jüri Pootsmann – “Magus Melanhoolia”
A favourite with many members of the Wiwi Jury and one of the bookmakers’ favourites to win, Eurovision 2016 veteran Jüri Pootsmann returns to Eesti Laul. “Magus Melanhoolia” struck a chord with the juries and the public, qualifying after the first round of voting in semi-final two. Should Jüri get the ticket to Rotterdam?
REDEL – “Tartu”
One of the more shocking qualifiers from semi-final two, REDEL’s eccentric EDM-rap track “Tartu” is a tribute to Estonia’s second largest city. Do they have your vote?
Koit Toome – “We Could Have Been Beautiful”
A favourite with our readers, “We Could Have Been Beautiful” is a classy ballad from two-time Eurovision veteran Koit Toome. His last stint at the song contest alongside Laura Põldvere ended in non-qualification for “Verona”. Will he go to Eurovision a third time this year?
Andrei Zevakin & Pluuto – “Wingman”
Andrei Zevakin & Pluuto were saved by the public vote as the final qualifiers from semi-final one. Their track “Wingman” brought a unique hip-hop sound to the Eesti Laul stage. Should this be Estonia’s song for Rotterdam?
Kadri Voorand – “Energy”
A vision in white, the ever-elegant Kadri Voorand brings killer vocals and emotional depth to Eesti Laul with “Energy”. Is she your favourite?
Poll: Who should win Estonia’s Eesti Laul 2021?
Which act is your favourite? As always, you can vote for as many songs as you like, but you can only vote once. This poll will close ahead of the Eesti Laul final on Saturday 6 March.[polldaddy poll=10752197]
Which song did you vote for? Who do you think will win? Let us know what you think in the comments below.