Estonia: 2 Additional Finalists Announced Following Wildcard Vote

20 artists participated in the semi-finals of “Eesti Laul 2023“.
The first semi-final was held on Thursday, 12th of January 2023, as the second semi-final was held on Saturday, the 14th of January 2023.

10 artists (5 artists per each semi-final) qualified for the final, based on national jury and public vote:

  1. Janek – House Of Glass
  2. OLLIE – Venom
  3. Andreas – Why Do You Love Me?
  4. Bedwetters – Monsters
  5. Anett x Fredi – You Need to Move On
  6. Alika – Bridges
  7. Sissi – Lighthouse
  8. Inger – Awaiting You
  9. Meelik – Tuju
  10. M els – So Good At What You Do

At the end of semi-final 2, the hosts announced wildcard round.
The public voted for the remaining 10 acts and chose the 2 followings acts to advance for the final:

  1. MIA – Üks samm korraga (semi-final 1)
  2. Elysa – Bad Philosophy (semi-final 2)

“Eesti Laul 2023” final will be held on the 11th of February 2023.
The first round of the final will be determined by a 50% public vote and a 50% international jury.
Top 3 artists will advance for the super-final, where the winner will be chosen by the public only.


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Doron Lahav is 30-year-old, who lives in Israel. Doron has been watching the Eurovision Song Contest since early 2000s. Doron works as a Data Scientist and shows interest in singing and writing.

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