My personal favourite national final, Eesti Laul, took place on so-called Super Saturday this year and, frankly, I should have been there but hey – these things happen.
So what has been going down? – well we have already had two Semi Finals and two wild card selections, that means that we are at twelve songs for the final held at the Tondiraba Jäähall in Tallinn.
Break for the news
As you would expect from ETV, this show was very well produced and, as usual, had a break for the news because, and this came from their own lips, everything stops for the news – so who are we to argue.
In the first round, all twelve songs came on, and the top three were decided by jury and televoting.
As per usual the 1-2-3 positions in that first round were not made public. Everyone went off for a cup of tea, came back and cast votes in the final which was televote only.
That result, you say? – Oh go on then.
|Song||Performer(s)||1st Round Jury||1st Round Jury Points||1st Round Televote||Total||Super Final|
|House of glass||Janek||56||5||7||12|
|So good (at what you do)||M Els||40||1||3||4|
|Why do you love me||Andreas||51||3||2||5|
|You need to move on||Anett x Fredi||41||2||0||2|
|Üks samm korraga||Mia||25||0||0||0|
ERR has shared the full results of both semi-finals, the wildcard round, and the final of Eesti Laul 2023. In her semi-final, ALIKA got 2nd with the juries and 1st in the televoting. In the final, ALIKA won both the jury and the televoting.