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#SCOREBOARD: EI’s Favourite Estonian Entry – Part 4 & Results

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This week we start a new feature at Eurovision Ireland, where the team and it’s contributors vote on their favourite songs from a particular participating nation. As with the traditional Eurovision Juries, we will each award 12 points to our favourite, then 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1.

Today, we conclude the votes from our juries on Estonia and their entries between 1993-2017 – before releasing the full results. This week’s #SCOREBOARD has formed part of our Eesti Laul coverage.

Jury 10: Samantha Ross

  • 12pts – 2010: Malcolm Lincoln – Siren
  • 10pts – 2015: Elina Born & Stig Rasta – Goodbye To Yesterday
  • 8pts – 2009: Urban Symphony – Rändajad
  • 7pts – 2012: Ott Lepland – Kuula
  • 6pts – 2003: Ruffus – Eighties Coming Back
  • 5pts – 1994: Silvi Vrait – Nagu merelaine
  • 4pts – 2002: Sahlene – Runaway
  • 3pts – 2016: Juri Pootsmann – Play
  • 2pts – 2014: Tanja – Amazing
  • 1pt – 2011: Getter Jaani – Rockefeller Street

Jury 11: Elaine Dove

  • 12pts – 2000: Ines – Once In A Lifetime
  • 10pts – 2012: Ott Lepland – Kuula
  • 8pts – 2006: Sandra Oxenryd – Through My Window
  • 7pts – 2011: Getter Jaani – Rockefeller Street
  • 6pts – 2002: Sahlene – Runaway
  • 5pts – 1997: Maarja-Liis Ilus – Keelatud maa
  • 4pts – 2015: Elina Born & Stig Rasta – Goodbye To Yesterday
  • 3pts – 1996: Maarja-Liis-Ilus & Ivo Linna – Kaelakee haal
  • 2pts – 1994: Silvi Vrait – Nagu merelaine
  • 1pt – 2017: Koit Toome & Laura – Verona

After all eleven juries have now voted, I can announce the final results – with 96pts, the Winner is – Ott Lepland with “Kuula”.

Video: YouTube/EBU

  • 2nd (88pts) – 2015: Elina Born & Stig Rasta – Goodbye To Yesterday
  • 3rd (59pts) – 2000: Ines – Once In A Lifetime
  • 4th (56pts) – 2017: Koit Toome & Laura – Verona
  • 5th (42pts) – 2009: Urban Symphony – Rändajad
  • 6th (36pts) – 1996: Maarja-Liis-Ilus & Ivo Linna – Kaelakee haal
  • 7th (30pts) – 2002: Sahlene – Runaway
  • =8th (27pts) – 2010: Malcolm Lincoln – Siren
  • =8th (27pts) – 2011: Getter Jaani – Rockefeller Street
  • 10th (20pts) – 2004: Neiokoso – Tii
  • =11th (19pts) – 1994: Silvi Vrait – Nagu merelaine
  • =11th (19pts) – 1999: Evelin Samuel & Camille – Diamond Of Night
  • =13th (18pts) – 1997: Maarja-Liis Ilus – Keelatud maa
  • =13th (18pts) – 2006: Sandra Oxenryd – Through My Window
  • =15th (14pts) – 2003: Ruffus – Eighties Coming Back
  • =15th (14pts) – 2013: Birgit Oigemeel – Et uus saaks alguse
  • =15th (14pts) – 2014: Tanja – Amazing
  • 18th (11pts) – 2001: Tanel Radar, Dave Benton & 2XL – Everybody
  • =19th (8pts) – 1998: Koit Toome – Mere lapsed
  • =19th (8pts) – 2007: Gerli Padar – Partners In Crime
  • 21st (6pts) – 2008: Kreisiraadio – Leto svet
  • 22nd (3pts) – 2016: Juri Pootsmann – Play
  • 23rd (0pts) – 1993: Janika Sillamaa – Muretut meelt ja sudametuld

There we are, we have decided our favourite Estonian entry of all time. Do you agree with us – lets us know in the comments below or via our social media platforms. Next week I’ll be back with a Swedish #SCOREBOARD as part of our Melodifestivalen coverage.

Author: Richard Taylor

Source: Eurovision Ireland

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