Eesti laul 2022 Quarter final 2 participants announced!

November 22, 2021

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On tonight’s episode of the Estonian talkshow ‘Ringvaade’ the second set of participants of Eesti Laul, the Estonian National final were announced by Uku Suviste (Estonia 2020 & 2021) & Tanja (Estonia 2014) who will host the show on Saturday. Last week’s show saw the following 5 qualifiers:

  • Jaagup Tuisk- Kui Vaid
  • Evelin Samuel- Waterfall
  • Stig Rästa- Interstellar
  • Maian- Meeletu 
  • Boamadu- Mitte Kauaks 

Eesti laul 2022 Quarter final 2 participants

•    Andrei Zevakin feat. Grete Paia “Mis nüüd saab”:  (Andrei Zevakin, Henry Orlov, Grete Paia)
•    An-Marlen “Lõpuks muutub”: (Ingel Marlen Mikk, Sander Sadam, Alvar Antson)
•    Desiree “Siiani”: (Hannes Agur Vellend, Desiree Mumm, Kretel Kopra)
•    Helen “Vaata minu poole”: (Karl Killing, Gevin Niglas, Merili Käsper, Helen Randmets)
•    Jyrise “Plaksuta”: (Rauno Jürise, Tuomas Lehtinen, Mairo Virolainen, Sander Valge)
•    Kaia-Liisa Kesler “Vaikus”: (Kaarel Orumägi, Kaia-Liisa Kesler)
•    Meisterjaan “Vahel lihtsalt”: (Jaan Tätte juunior)
•    Silver Jusilo “Elu rüpes”: (Silver Jusilo)
•    Triin Niitoja ja Frants Tikerpuu “Laululind”: (Frants Tikerpuu)
•    Wiiralt “Kuradile”: (Hendrik Sal-Saller, Martin Saaremägi)

The music videos of these 10 songs will be shown in Saturday’s show, of which 3 will be selected by the audience, and 2 by the jury to advance to the live semi-finals in February. At the beginning of every week ERR will announce the 10 acts participating in that week’s quarter final, however we will only hear the songs for the first time during the show.

Estonia at Eurovision

Estonia intended to debut in the 1993 contest, however, they failed to make it to the final. In 2001 Tanel Padar, Dave Benton and 2XL won the contest with the song Everybody, which brought the contest to Tallin in 2002, where Estonia ended 3rd. Estonia’s Most notable entries include: Leto Svet (2008) Rändajad (2009) and La Forza (2018)

Photo credit: ERR/ Eesti Laul 

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