Full results of Eesti Laul 2021 are revealed by ERR

March 10, 2021

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Estonian broadcaster ERR has revealed the full results from both Eesti Laul 2021 semi finals and the Grand Final, which Uku Suviste won on March 6th for the second time in a row with resounding televote support.

The results released show the numbers of votes cast in each stage of the contest, and show Uku’s phenomenal win in Saturday’s superfinal with 24,081 votes, which equals to 48% of the votes altogether.

The Grand Final results were decided by two rounds of voting, the first round was public vote and jury vote, and the second round saw the three acts with the highest votes proceed to the superfinal, where it was decided based on 100% televoting.

Semi Final One - full results

FIRST ROUND – qualifiers in bold

The first round saw 12,643 votes cast in total.

  1. Koit Toome – We Could Have Been Beautiful (2,873)
  2. Ivo Linna, Robert Linna & Supernova – Ma Olen Siin (1,519)
  3. Egert Milder – Free Again (1,136)
  4. Karl Killing – Kiss Me (1,151)
  5. Wiiralt – Tuuled (945)
  6. Andrei Zevakin & Pluuto – Wingman (1,476)
  7. Nika Marula – Calm Down (548)
  8. Hans Nayna – One By One (916)
  9. Kristin Kalnapenk – Find A Way (705)
  10. Tanja – Best Night Ever (685)
  11. Kéa – Hypnotized  (411)
  12. Tuuli Rand – Üks öö (278)

 

SECOND ROUND – qualifiers in bold

The second round saw 5,902 votes cast in total.

  1. Andrei Zevakin & Pluuto – Wingman (1,593)
  2. Hans Nayna – One By One (1,083)
  3. Tanja – Best Night Ever (781)
  4. Wiiralt – Tuuled (737)
  5. Nika Marula – Calm Down (686)
  6. Kéa – Hypnotized  (446)
  7. Kristin Kalnapenk – Find A Way (412)
  8. Tuuli Rand – Üks öö (164)

Semi Final Two - full results

FIRST ROUND – qualifiers in bold

The first round saw 27,785 votes cast in total.

  1. Jüri Pootsmann – Magus melanhoolia (2,119)
  2. Kadri Voorand – Energy (2,680)
  3. Uku Suviste – The Lucky One (6,291)
  4. Suured Tüdrukud – Heaven’s Not That Far Tonight (5,370)
  5. Redel – Tartu (2,876)
  6. Gram-Of-Fun – Lost In A Dance (1,403)
  7. Sissi – Time (1,797)
  8. Alabama Watchdog – Alabama Watchdog (1,052)
  9. Heleza – (1,494)
  10. Helen – Nii Kõrgele (1,210)
  11. Rahel – Sunday Night (839)
  12. Uku Haasma – Kaos (654)
SECOND ROUND – qualifiers in bold

The first round saw 11,800 votes cast in total.

  1. Redel – Tartu (2,600)
  2. Sissi – Time (2,451)
  3. Gram-Of-Fun – Lost In A Dance (1,771)
  4. Heleza – (1,345)
  5. Helen – Nii Kõrgele (1,270)
  6. Alabama Watchdog – Alabama Watchdog (1,022)
  7. Rahel – Sunday Night (819)
  8. Uku Haasma – Kaos (522)

Grand Final - full results

FIRST ROUND – superfinal qualifiers in bold

The first round saw 55,956 votes cast in total.

  1. Uku Suviste – The Lucky One  (11,393)
  2. Sissi – Time (4,186)
  3. Jüri Pootsmann – Magus melanhoolia (6,193)
  4. Koit Toome – We Could Have Been Beautiful (6,779)
  5. Andrei Zevakin & Pluuto – Wingman (4,944)
  6. Kadri Voorand – Energy (4,966)
  7. Suured Tüdrukud – Heaven’s Not That Far Tonight (5,002)
  8. Karl Killing – Kiss Me (1,678)
  9. Redel – Tartu (5,160)
  10. Hans Nayna – One By One (1,754)
  11. Ivo Linna, Robert Linna & Supernova – Ma olen siin (2,030)
  12. Egert Milder – Free Again (1,871)

 

SUPERFINAL – overall winner in bold

The superfinal saw 51,825 votes cast in total.

  1. Uku Suviste – The Lucky One (24,081)
  2. Sissi – Time (14,968)
  3. Jüri Pootsmann – Magus melanhoolia (12,776)

Who'll be representing Estonia at Eurovision 2021?

UKU SUVISTE with The Lucky One

Uku Suviste is an Estonian singer and songwriter from Võru. He rose to prominence in 2005 when he performed on popular Estonian singing contest Kaks Takti Ette and placed 3rd. In 2010 he took part in Russia’s largest song contest New Wave and also finished third.

In 2018 he competed in the 7th season of The Voice Russia and was coached by Ani Lorak, and was eliminated in the semi final.

He has competed in Eesti Laul three times in total. In 2017 he competed with Supernatural and came 7th in the semi final, failing to qualify. In 2019 he entered with Pretty Little Liar and reached the superfinal, placing 2nd. In 2020, he entered with What Love Is and eventually won the contest overall along with the ticket to Rotterdam to represent Estonia at Eurovision 2020. After a second consecutive win at Eesti Laul, Uku will be representing Estonia at Eurovision 2021 with The Lucky One.

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