Estonia's Eurovision Song Contest host broadcaster, ERR, has confirmed the country's participation in the 2019 contest as well as the continued use of Eesti Laul to select the Estonian Eurovision representative. Eesti Laul was introduced in 2009 to replace the Eurolaul festival, and the former has since become one of the most popular and successful shows in Estonia, returning Estonia four top 10 finishes in Eurovision since the show's inception - in 2009, 2012, 2015 and 2018.
It's been almost two months since Portugal was crowned the winner of the 62nd Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine and many Euro-Fans are still craving for more Eurovision. To quell our need for more Eurovision, we set out to find singers from all over Europe and Australia and compile them into a wish-list for the Eurovision Song Contest. Over this six part series we will travel from Norway to Australia, from Iceland to Portugal and from Finland to Italy in search of ou
The Icelandic broadcaster RÚV have confirmed that they do not have any plans to take part in Junior Eurovision 2017 in Tbilisi, Georgia. Iceland have yet to take part in Junior Eurovision and have never shown any interest in participating. The Estonian broadcaster ERR have also confirmed that they do not have any plans to take part in Junior Eurovision 2017 in Tbilisi, Georgia. Estonia remains the only Baltic country not to have participated in Junior Eurovision. Don't forget
After a dramatic first semi final where eight countries were sadly knocked out of the competition it's now time to turn our attention to the second semi final where the next round of 18 acts will compete for their place in Saturday's Grand Final. Let's once again take a look at the bookies prediction as to who the lucky ten qualifiers will be as well as the press poll from the rehearsals last week. Bookies If we quickly look back to the bookies' prediction for the first semi
Let's take a trip down memory lane and look at which artists are returning to Eurovision this year: Estonia Koit Toome and Laura are no strangers when it comes to Eurovision. Koit sang for Estonia in 1998 with his song "Mere Lapsed", finishing in 12th place whilst Laura returns to Kiev again, having been a member of the girl group Suntribe that sang for Estonia in Eurovision 2005. They sang the upbeat number "Let's Get Loud" but ultimately failed to qualify for the final, fin
Tonight, Estonia chose their representative to Kyiv, Ukraine. Three acts ended up in Super Final: Koit Toome with Laura, Kerli and Rasmus Rändvee where Koit & Laura were crowned as winners. This is the second time both for Koit who represented Estonia in 1998 with Mere Lapsed and Laura who was part of Suntribe in 2005 performing Let's Get Loud. What do you think of their song for Kyiv? Watch the performance here... #Estonia