The Estonian representative for the contest was Evelin Samuel and Imbi Rätsep (also known as « Camille ») with the song « Diamond of Night« . It was the first contest with non-Estonian songs in the national final and the first time a non-Estonian song was picked to represent Estonia.
The format of the final was the same as in previous years, with a jury of judges awarding points to their favourite songs from the 10 in the final. The jury of 10 international judges included 1997 Eurovision winner Katrina Leskanich, Bjorgvin Halldorsson, conductors Anders Berglund, Noel Kelehan, Nana Mouskouri and Kobi Oshrat.
|1||Gerli Padar||« Aeg kord täidab soovid »||34||10|
|2||Erik Meremaa||« Day I Lived A Year »||53||7|
|3||Kate||« Vee ja soola saaga »||73||2|
|4||Hedvig Hanson||« If you could only hear me »||67||4|
|5||Lauri Liiv||« Soolo »||58||5|
|6||Hanna Pruuli and Jakko Maltis||« Mu hääl »||40||9|
|7||Maiken||« Didn’t I Know »||72||3|
|8||2 Quick Start||« Say You Love Me »||49||8|
|9||Joel De Luna, Mati Kõrts,
Jassi Zahharov and Mait Trink
|« Opera On Fire »||54||6|
|10||Evelin Samuel and Camille||« Diamond of Night«||80||1|
Samuel and Rätsep performed last of 23 countries, succeeding the entry from Bosnia and Herzegovina. At the close of the voting it had received 90 points, placing 6th.
Points awarded by Estonia
Points awarded to Estonia
|12 points||10 points||8 points||7 points||6 points|
|5 points||4 points||3 points||2 points||1 point|
(Note: Entries scored out are when Estonia did not compete)
(Note: All information are in order of appearance