Estonia: Eesti Laul 2014 running order revealed

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ERR, the Estonian national broadcaster has announced the running order for the 2 Eesti Laul 2014 semifinals. A total of 20 acts will battle for the right to represent Estonia at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. 

10 acts will compete in each semifinal. 5 acts from each semifinal will proceed to the grand final. A total of 10 acts will compete at the 2014 Estonian Eurovision national final at the Nokia Concert Hall in Tallinn on 1 March.


Semi final 1

1.  Amazing /Tanja/ Timo Vendt, Tatjana Mihhailova
2.  Flame /The Titles/ Rasmus Lill, Markus Rafael Nylund
3.  Resignal/Wilhelm/ Lauri Kadalipp
4.  Solina/State of Zoe/ Anneliis Kits, Sander Mölde
5.  Sandra/Nimmerschmidt/ Fredy Schmidt,  Andero Nimmer, Merilyn Merisalu
6.  Maailm on hull /VÖÖRAD/ Priit Uustulnd, Meiko Umal
7.  Maybe-Maybe /Super Hot Cosmos Blues Band/ Mati Sütt, Janno Reim
8.  Kus on EXIT? /August Hunt/ August Hunt
9.  Tule ja jää /Kõrsikud/ Kõrsikud
10. Supernoova /Lenna/ Mihkel Raud

Semi final 2

1.  Search /Norman Salumäe/ Norman Salumäe
2.  Lootus/Lauri Pihlap/ Lauri Pihlap
3.  Muud pole vaja /Nion/ Karl Kanter, Keit Triisa, Marilyn Jurman
4.  Elu/Maltised / Jakko Maltis
5.  City Lights/Sofia Rubina/ Priit Juurmann, Sofia Rubina
6.  Fearful Heart /MiaMee/  Liina Saar, Liisi Koikson
7.  Für Elise /Traffic/ Stig Rästa, Silver Laas
8.  Siin või sealpool maad/Maiken/ Kadri Koppel
9.  Kui tuuled pöörduvad /Sandra Nurmsalu/ Sven Lõhmus
10. Laule täis taevakaar/Brigita Murutar/ Rainer Michelson, Feliks Kütt

EER, the Estonian broadcaster, has received a record breaking 189 entries bidding to represent Estonia at the 2014Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen. The 2014 Estonian national selection Eesti Laul will be held on 14 and 21 February (Semi-finals) and 1 March (Final).

Estonia selected their 2013 Eurovision entry via a national selection consisting of 2 semifinals and a final- Eesti Laul. Birgit Oigemeel represented Estonia at  2013 the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmo with  Et uus saaks alguse achieving a 20th place in the final.

Estonia debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994 with Silvi Vrait and won the event in 2001 in Copenhagen with Tanel Padar‘s and Dave Benton‘s Eveybody.

The 2014 Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Denmark on 6, 8, 10 May. Stay tuned to for the latest information on Estonia and the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest.

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