This year’s edition of Eesti Laul – Estonia’s national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest kicks off next week. A total of 24 acts are split into two semi finals, which will be held on the 18th and the 20th of February, and the best six in each semi will then proceed to the Grand Final, which will be held on the 6th of March. All three shows are going to be held in Saku Suurhall this year, and now ERR has shed some more information about this year’s Contest.
Same as in almost every national final this year – no audience will be present during the three shows, only the juries who will evaluate all performances and vote will be present as the “audience”. The producer of Eesti Laul, Tomi Rahula, confirmed that the artists are going to have to social distance, and added:
If an artist falls ill, or has to self-isolate, we will play their video, and it will be evaluated. The artist will thus still be able to compete.
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