We’re off to the Baltics this week for our National Triple Play, a former German Eurovision entrant has his best idea for a new song, and we let you loose amongst the archives once again to pick a fan favourite. Plus a catch up of this weeks song contest news…
Estonia has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 27 times since making its debut in 1994. Its first appearance would have taken place in 1993 but 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.
This Weeks Highlights
Victor CroneNational Triple Play
Victor Fritz-Crone, also known as Victor Crone, is a Swedish singer and guitarist. He won the Estonian national selection Eesti Laul with the song 'Storm' earning the right to represent Estonia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, held in Tel Aviv, Israel. In the final Victor Crone placed 20th.
Andriy Mykhailovych Danylko, better known as his drag persona Verka Serduchka, is a Ukrainian comedian, actor, and singer. He represented Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 as Verka, finishing in second place. He has sold over 600,000 records. He has appeared in films, most notably a cameo as Verka in American comedy film Spy (2015).
|1||In A Moment Like This||Chanee & N’evergreen||2010 Denmark|
|3||Play||Juri Pootsmann||2016 Estonia|
|4||Eighties Coming Back||Ruffus||2003 Estonia|
|5||Storm||Victor Crone||2019 Estonia|
|6||Here We Go||PeR||2013 Latvia|
|7||Pouppee De Cire, Pouppee De Son||France Gall||1965 Luxembourg|
|8||Beste Idee||Max Mutzke||2021 Non Contest|
|9||Vukovi Umiro Sami||Boris Nokovic Feat. Lado Members||2005 Croatia|
|10||El Diablo||Elena Tsagrinou||2021 Cyprus|
|11||Kärleken är||Jill Johnson||1998 Sweden|
|12||Na Inat||Poli Genova||2011 Bulgaria|
|13||Dancing Lasha Tumbai||Verka Serduchka||2007 Ukraine|
|15||Standing Still||Roman Lob||2012 Germany|