Tonight the final of Eesti Laul 2021 will take place at the Saku Suurhall in Tallinn, where 12 acts will be battling it out for the honour of representing Estonia in Rotterdam this May.
After the results of the two semi finals held in February, we opened up a poll to allow you to tell us the favourite song of ESCBubble readers. At 15;00 CET that poll was closed.
We have now combined your vote with our jury, to make a 50:50 result. The jury were made up of the following 11 ESCBubble team members – Kyle, Cain, Sebastian, Matt, Marco, Ervin, Nina, Nikola, Olivier, David and Joe. We also welcomed a a guest juror, who was Ivar from OGAE Estonia.
So sit back and watch the combined result of ESCBubble’s Eesti Laul 2021 winner:
After the votes of our jury members, Uku Suviste took the lead ahead of Suured Tüdrukud in second, and Koit Toome in third place. The full results of our jury is as follows:
91 Uku Suviste
87 Suured Tüdrukud
84 Koit Toome
79 Jüri Pootsmann
62 Egert Milder
49 Kadri Voorand
44 Ivo Linna, Robert Linna, Supernova
41 Karl Killing
37 Hans Nayna
11 Andrei Zevakin & Pluuto
Our poll was closed at noon CET today, and these are the full results:
Koit Toome was the winner of our readers, and he received enough points to pass the favorite of our jury – Uku Suviste, and become ESCBubble’s winner of Eesti Laul. Give a listen to his song “We Could Have Been Beautiful” right here: