Tonight the ten finalists will battle for the chance to represent Estonia in the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm. The final of Eesti Laul will be held in Saku Suurhall, the same venue that staged 2002 Eurovision Song Contest in Tallinn and will be hosted by Ott Sepp and Märt Avandi.
In order of appearance in the show:
Never has the interest in Eesti Laul been as big as it has been this year. Last year a record of 219 songs were submitted to the competition and this year Estonia's broadcaster EER received 238 songs. 20 entries got the chance to compete and after two semi-finals we now have ten finalists hoping to represent Estonia in Stockholm.
Since Eesti Laul was launched in 2009, Estonia has sent a diverse range of musical styles and acts to the Eurovision Song Contest. Whilst the main aim of the show is to select an entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, it remains a popular showcase in its own right for Estonian artists.
The winner will be announced after two rounds of voting. In the first round, half of the votes will come from a jury and the other half from the public. Three acts will go through to a super final where public televoting will exclusively determine the winner.
Who do you think should win Eesti Laul?