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Heidy Purga, the producer of Estonia's pre-Eurovision contest Eesti Laul, announced the top 20 songs from the record 219 entries that will compete in the semifinals on February 7 and 14.

The semifinalists are:

Song/Artist/Authors
1. “Burning Lights” / Daniel Levi / Daniel Levi Viinalass
2. “Exceptional” / The Blurry Lane / Kristina Bianca Rantala
3. “Goodbye to Yesterday” / Elina Born ja Stig Rästa / Stig Rästa
4. “Hold On” / Liis Lemsalu & Egert Milder / Liis Lemsalu, Madis Lett, Egert Milder, Henri Kuusk, Rob Montes
5. “Idiot” / Kali Briis Band / Alan Olonen
6. “Kellega ma tutvusin?” (Who did I meet?) / NimmerSchmidt / Fredy Schmidt, Andero Nimmer
7. “Kohvitassi lugu” (The coffee cup song) / Miina / Miina Rikka
8. “Kolm päeva tagasi” (Three days ago) / Mari / Mariliis Jõgeva
9. “Kordumatu” (Unique) / Bluestocking / Maria Soikonen
10. “Kuum” (Hot) / Demie feat. Janice / Raimo Ugast, Jaanika Merelaht
11. “Light Up Your Mind” / Wilhelm / Anett Kulbin, Paul Neitsov, Jorven Viilik
12. “Minu päike” (My sun) / Luisa Värk / Mikk Tammepõld, Luisa Värk
13. “Päev korraga” (A day at a time) / Karl-Erik Taukar / Karl-Erik Taukar, Mark-Eric Kammiste, Fred Krieger
14. “Saatuse laul” (Song of destiny) / Airi Vipulkumar Kansar / Urmas Kõiv, Anneli Kõiv
15. "Superlove" / Elisa Kolk / Vahur Valgmaa
16. “This Is Our Choice” / Triin Niitoja & John4 / Jaanus Saago, Triin Niitoja
17. “Tiiu talu tütreke” / Kruuv / Allan Kasuk
18. “Troubles” / Robin Juhkental & The Big Bangers / Robin Juhkental & The Big Bangers
19. “Unriddle Me” / Elephants From Neptune / Jon-Arnold Mikiver, Robert Linna, Rain Joona, Markko Reinberg
20. “Üle vesihalli taeva” (Over the water-grey sky) / Maia Vahtramäe / Olav Osolin

The winner, who will represent Estonia in the Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna, Austria, starting on May 23, will be chosen on February 21.



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