Estonia Has Chosen! Alika Will Guide Us Through “Bridges” at Eurovision 2023

Tere õhtust Estonia! It is time to reveal your choice for Liverpool!

Tonight, live from the Tondiraba Ice Hall in Tallinn, Estonia held its grand final of Eesti Laul 2023. Hosed the show were Tõnis Niinemets and Grete Kuld and both presented the 12 acts that made it to the grand final.

One by one, the 12 finalists perform their acts:

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

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In the first round of the evening, the Top3 chosen via the 50/50 combination of jury and public voting, advanced to the Superfinal.

The international jury came from the UK, USA, Finland, Belgium, Switzerland, Sweden and Serbia.
The 11 member jury panel voted as follows:

First of all, the artists who ended up in the 5th-12th place revealed:

Adding up the public vote, the top 3 were:

The Top3 are now in the hands of the public solely for the second voting round. Revealing the results, it is now official that Alika Milova will raise the Estonia flag in Liverpool

You can watch the live performance here:

Estonia will compete in the first half of semi-final 2 at Eurovision 2023

Stefan represented Estonia with his “Hope”. Closing the show, he was successful to be so close to finish in the Top10 with 141 points (13th place)

Estonia will compete in the first half of semi-final 2 at Eurovision 2023.
Don’t forget to visit our full guide to Eurovision 2023: Eurovision 2023 homepage

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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