The Country Quiz: Estonia!

How well do you know the history of Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest? Test out your knowledge here!

 
For three years in a row, Estonia finished within the Top 5. Which three years did this happen?  
 
2000 – 2002
2011 – 2013
2001 – 2003
 
 
Which Estonian duo had previously represented Estonia as part of different acts, either solo or as a group?
 
Koit Toome and Laura
Elina Born and Stig Rästa
Tanel Padar and Dave Benton
 
 
Fill in the blank: ‘Estonia has had the most ______ out of any of the other Baltic nations’ (as of 2018)
 
Top 10 results
Successful debut
Last place finishes
 
 
In which year was the first Estonian Eurovision entry performed completely in English?
 
1999
2001
2004
 
 
Out of the three following acts, which finished higher in a Eurovision final?
 
Koit Toome
Getter Jaani
Birgit Õigemeel
 
 
Which song does the following lyric belong to? ‘Give me time and give me strength’
 
Siren
Play
Once in a Lifetime
 
 
Which two Estonian Eurovision acts qualified into the final in third place?
 
Urban Symphony & Elina Born and Stig Rästa
Ott Lepland and Elina Nechayeva
Urban Symphony and Ott Lepland
 
 
Which three languages were featured in the 2008 entry, Leto Svet?
 
Serbian, German and Finnish
Estonian, English, Lithuanian
English, Spanish and Finnish
 
 
What is the name of the current national final format that Estonia use to select their Eurovision act? (As of 2018)
 
Eesti Laul
Eurolaul
A Song for Estonia
 
 
Which three Estonian songs finished in 6th place in Eurovision finals?
 
Diamond of Night, Rändajad, Kuula
Keelatud maa, Kuula, Goodbye to Yesterday
Rändajad, Mere Lapsed, La Forza
 

How well did you know the history of Estonia at Eurovision? Share with us how many you got correct, and share with us your favourite moment of Estonia at Eurovision!

Want to explore more of the Estonian Eurovision history? Check out our Best of the Bunch: Estonia

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