Eurovision 2019: Eesti Laul Participants Announced!

Estonian broadcaster ERR has now revealed the participants of the next edition of Eesti Laul, the annual national selection that is used to decide who will represent Estonia at Eurovision.

The competition will feature 24 acts, and those acts were chosen from a pool of 216 submissions. At this time, only the artists and song titles have been revealed, however the songs will be made public on the 1st of December.

There will be two semi-finals taking place on January 31st and February 2nd, and the final of Eesti Laul 2019 will be on February 16th, 2019.

Here are the participants of Eesti Laul 2019:

Kadiah  – “Believe”
Kerli Kivilaan – “Cold Love”
Inger – “Coming Home”
Sofia Rubina-Hunter  – “Deep Water”
Around The Sun – “Follow Me Back”
Lacy Jay – “Halleluja”
The Swingers – “High Heels In The Neighbourhood”
xtra basic & Emily J – “Hold Me Close”
Synne Valtri – “I’ll Do It My Way”
Iseloomad – “Kaks miinust”
Grete Paia – “Kui isegi kaotan”
Jennifer Cohen – “Little Baby El”
Johanna Eendra – “Miks sa teed nii?”
Lumevärv ft. INGA – “Milline päev”
Cätlin Mägi & Jaan Pehk – “Parmumäng”
Uku Suviste – “Pretty Little Liar”
Marko Kaar  -“Smile”
Sandra Nurmsalu – “Soovide puu”
Victor Crone – “Storm”
Sissi – “Strong”
Ranele – “Supernova”
Stefan – “Without You”
Kaia Tamm – “Wo sind die Katzen?”
Öed – “Öhuloss”

Perhaps the most notable name for Eurovision fans is Sandra Nurmsalu who has previously represented Estonia as part of the group Urban Symphony who went on to finish in 6th position in the Eurovision 2009 final.

Stig Rästa fans will also be happy to see that he will be taking part in this year’s Eesti Laul but this time as a composer. He collaborated on the entry Storm by Victor Crone.

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