The winning song was selected through two rounds of voting. After each artist had the chance to hit the stage, the first round's results determined the top three songs via a 50/50 combination of a foreign expert jury and national public votes.
From the twelve competing acts, only Uku Suviste, STEFAN and Victor Crone made it to a super-final.
Ultimately it was up to the public at home to determine who would represent Estonia in Tel Aviv. STEFAN came third, Uke Suviste finished second and Victor Crone won the ticket to Tel Aviv with his song Storm. Ironically, the expert jury only placed him ninth in their initial vote.
Victor Crone is a Swedish singer who has teamed up with Eesti Laul veterans Stig Rästa, Vallo Kikas and Fred Krieger to write and compose Storm.
No stranger to the stage, Victor also competed in the Swedish national selection Melodifestivalen in 2015 as a vocalist on the song Det Rår Vi Inte För by Behrang Miri.
Estonia in the Eurovision Song Contest
Estonia will perform in the second half of the first Semi-Final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest on Tuesday, 14th of May.
Will Victor Crone help Estonia win this year in Tel Aviv? Let us know what you think in the comments!