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Tanja to represent Estonia

Eesti Laul 2014 will be the sixth edition of the Estonian national selection selecting the representative for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest and Tanja won the privilege to fly the flag for the country in Copenhagen, Denmark with the song ‘Amazing’ The jury and televoters had an equal say in the outcome.

Tanja and Super Hot Cosmos Blues Band were the two Super Finalist with the former winning it all in the end.

Fun fact: The last time Denmark hosted the contest Estonia had a glorious night taking home their first and only victory. Estonia will perform in the first Semi Final on May 6th 2014. Let us know how you feel about the entry by joining the convo HERE

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Born in Germany, I moved to the United States in 2001 to work at Disney World. My first contact with Eurovision was in 1998 when I randomly joined my friends while staying in Hannover who were on their way to a “Schlager” party. As it turned out it was a live broadcast of the contest to support Guild Horn, the German representative that year. But it wasn’t until 2002, the first year I had to watch the show online from the U.S., that I became obsessed with the contest. In 2007 I started getting involved in the ESC online community and became the Admin of the forum that is still going strong here on ESC UNITED in 2009. I attended the Eurovision Song contest live for the first time in 2011 when my home country won and enjoyed every minute of it. My degree is in Business Communication and I currently work for an Insurance Company in Los Angeles, California. In early 2013 ESCFORUMS & OGAE Rest of the World joined forces and became ESC UNITED and I became a Chief Editor responsible for the Northern Hemisphere. My goal is to spread the Eurovison love around the globe as there are fans not just in Europe but in almost every country. Some of my other hobbies include Video games, jogging, Squash, Volleyball and travelling. I also enjoy charity work and help those that are less fortunate in life spending time at homeless shelters serving food and provide entertainment. My motto in life is “Live and let live”.

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One Comment

  1. rajo

    March 2, 2014 at 00:21

    Sounds like a place 21 to 26 to me…. but still final material….


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