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Estonia in the Eurovision Song Contest

Estonia 2021 Reaction

Watch our Estonia Eurovision 2021 reaction and let us know what you think about this song in the comments! 

Estonia in Eurovision

Watch this episode of our Euro-play series, and let us know what you think about Estonia in Eurovision! 

Estonia 2020 Reaction

Watch our Estonia Eurovision 2020 reaction and let us know what you think about this song in the comments! 

Estonia 2019 Reaction

Watch our Estonia Eurovision 2019 reaction and let us know what you think about this song in the comments! 

Euro-play 2021 Results

Your most favourite song from Sweden in Eurovision is

La Forza by Elina Nechayeva(2018) with 20.2% of the votes

Rändajad by Urban Symphony(2009)and Goodbye To Yesterday by Elina Born & Stig Rästa(2015)

are on the 2nd place with 17.8% of the votes

And Ott Lepland by Kuula(2012) is on the 3rd place with 14% of the votes

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Estonia

Estonia has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 25 times since making its debut in 1994. Its first appearance would have taken place in 1993, however a qualification round was installed for seven former Eastern bloc countries hoping to make their debut in the contest, with Estonia failing to qualify. Estonia has won the contest once, in 2001. Estonia’s first participation in 1994 was unsuccessful, finishing 24th (out of 25). Estonia went on to finish in the top eight in six out of seven contests (1996–2002), with Maarja-Liis Ilus and Ivo Linna fifth (1996), Maarja-Liis Ilus returning to finish eighth (1997), Evelin Samuel and Camille sixth (1999) and Ines fourth (2000), before Tanel Padar, Dave Benton & 2XL gave Estonia its first victory in 2001. This made Estonia the first former Soviet country to win the contest and the second eastern European country to win, after Yugoslavia in 1989. Sahlene then finished third for the hosts in Tallinn in 2002.