Since winning the Estonian selection, Ott has been very busy of late with many commitments and concerts. He admits to looking forward to a well earned holiday soon where he plans to recharge his batteries and prepare mentally for the challenge that the Eurovision Song Contest will bring.
Ott has recorded and English and Spanish version of Kuula, and there are also plans for a Russian version too. One of the most difficult challenges Ott and his team faced, was shortening the length of the song from four and a half minutes down to three minutes in order to conform with the rules of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Estonia will participate in the Second Semi-Final of Europe's Favourite TV Show on Thursday May 24th, with Ott performing in position 14.