WATCH: Fresh from the oven - music video of Estonia's Eurovision entry ({{commentsTotal}})

The official music video of Estonia's Eurovision entry "Goodbye to Yesterday" by Stig Rästa and Elina Born premiered in ETV on Monday evening.

The video was directed and produced by Hindrek Maasik.

Maasik said that the video leaves the future of the couple, played by Rästa and Born, to the imagination of the viewer. The aim was to keep a good dose of irony in the script and not make it too deep.

Rästa and Born won Estonia's pre-Eurovision competition Eesti Laul in February and will represent the country in Vienna in May. They will perform in the first Eurovision semi-final, on May 19.

Estonia's song choice has received praise from die-hard Eurovision fans, many hailing it as a potential winner. A collection of odds from different bookmakers at Eurovisionworld.com currently have it down as the third most likely to win the competition, behind Sweden, who chose its entry on Saturday, and Italy.

Editor: M. Oll



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