Tonight we saw the second quarter final of Eesti Laul, live from ERR studios in Tallinn. A total of 10 acts took part, with five of them advancing to the semi final. The show was hosted by Estonia’s Eurovision 2020 and 2021 representative, Uku Suviste, and Tanja, who sang for Estonia in 2014.
- Andrei Zevakin feat. Grete Paia – “Mis nüüd saab”
- An-Marlen – “Lõpuks muutub”
- Desiree – “Siiani”
- Helen – “Vaata minu poole”
- Jyrise – “Plaksuta”
- Kaia-Liisa Kesler – “Vaikus”
- Meisterjaan – “Vahel lihtsalt”
- Silver Jusilo – “Elu rüpes”
- Triin Niitoja & Frants Tikerpuu – “Laululind”
- Wiiralt – “Kuradile”
Jyrise and Kaia Liisa Kesler were the two jury winners and Triin Niitoja & Frants Tikerpuu, Helen and Andrei Zevakin feat. Greta Paia won the televote. They will join quarter final 1 qualifiers Evelin Samuel, Stig Rästa, Boamadu, Maian and Jaagup Tuisk in the semi final which will take place in February 2022.
Out of the ten acts to participate in tonight’s quarter final, there are many returning artists. Andrei, Helen and Wiiralt all took part in 2021, with Andrei finishing 5th in the final and the latter two acts failing to make the semi final.
Grete Paia, who formed a duo with Andrei Zevakin, has previously participated in Eesti Laul 2013, 2016 and 2019. Desiree participated in 2018, Meisterjaan was in the 2016 final and Niitoja performed with John4 in 2015.
The third quarter final will take place on December 4th at 20:35 CET, where a further five acts will advance to the semi finals that will take place on February 3rd and 5th respectively.
What are your thoughts on Eesti Laul’s second quarter final? Are you happy with the five qualifiers? Let us know in the comments below!