Here are YOUR favorites in the second semi final of Eesti Laul 2018!

The second semi final of Eesti Laul 2018, Estonia’s national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest is on tonight, where a total of ten acts are going to compete for the remaining five places in the Grand Final.

In the past couple of days we ran a poll asking you which songs you would like to see qualify for the Final of Eesti Laul 2018 from the second semi final, and with over 850 votes received, here are the current results:

  1. Rolf Roosalu – Show A Little Love – 14.77%
  2. Nika – Knock Knock – 13.36%
  3. Eliis Pärna & Gerli Padar – Sky – 12.54%
  4. Frankie Animal – Misty – 12.08%
  5. Indrek Ventmann – Tempel – 11.96%
  6. Marju Länik – Täna otsuseid ei tee – 11.14%
  7. Karl Kristjan & Karl Killing (ft. Wateva) – Young – 10.08%
  8. Girls In Pearls – Spellbound – 7.62%
  9. Evestus – Welcome To My World – 5.63%
  10. Metsakutsu – Koplifornia – 0.82%

Our editors panel have also listened to the ten songs competing in tonight’s semi final, and voted for them. This is our outcome:

  1. Rolf Roosalu – Show A Little Love
  2. Karl Kristjan & Karl Killing (ft. Wateva) – Young
  3. Frankie Animal – Misty
  4. Indrek Ventmann – Tempel
  5. Marju Länik – Täna otsuseid ei tee
  6. Nika – Knock Knock
  7. Girls In Pearls – Spellbound
  8. Eliis Pärna & Gerli Padar
  9. Evestus – Welcome To My World
  10. Metsakutsu – Koplifornia

Both our readers and our editors think that Rolf Roosalu should be the winner of tonight’s semi final, and that the acts to join him in the Final should be Frankie Animal and Indrek Ventmann. Whilst our readers would love to see Nika and the duet of Eliis and Gerli in the Final as well, our editors think that the remaining two places should go to the two Karls and to Marju Lanik.

You can still vote in our poll if you haven’t done so until now, and you can still change the result. The poll will close at the end of the show tonight. Vote for your personal favorites that you would like to see proceed to the Finals, right here:

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