Eesti otsib superstaari (season 4)

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Eesti otsib superstaari
Season 4
Broadcast from February 13 – June 12, 2011
Judges Mihkel Raud
Maarja-Liis Ilus
Rein Rannap
Host(s) Evelin Pang
Hele Kõrve
Broadcaster TV3
Finals venue Nokia Concert Hall, Tallinn
Winner
Liis Lemsalu
Origin Tallinn
Song "Crazy in Love"
Genre(s) Pop
Runner-up
Artjom Savitski
Chronology
Eesti otsib superstaari Finalists
(with dates of elimination)
Season 4 (2011)
Estonia Liis Lemsalu Winner
Estonia Artjom Savitski 12 June
Estonia Rosanna Lints 5 June
Estonia Triin Niitoja 29 May
Estonia Teele Viira 22 May
Estonia Kevin Johannson 15 May
Estonia Leemet Onno 8 May
Estonia Imre Saarna 1 May
Estonia Katrin-Merili Poom 24 April
Estonia Jaan Lehepuu 17 April

The fourth season of Eesti otsib superstaari premiered on February 13, 2011, on TV3. The show was won by Liis Lemsalu.

On 9 December 2010, Mihkel Raud, one of the judges, said on his Twitter account, that the fourth season starts in the beginning of 2011.[1] On December 13, it was confirmed by TV3.[2]

There were no changes in the judges' panel. The judges were Mihkel Raud, Maarja-Liis Ilus and Rein Rannap.[3] The hosts for the fourth season were two actresses, Hele Kõrve and Evelin Pang.[4]

Liis Lemsalu, the winner of the show, was awarded with 10,000 and a record contract with the Universal Music. The show is followed by a tour "Eesti superstaar - Live tuur" around Estonia in June 2011.[5]

Auditions[edit]

Auditions for 2011 season were held in Pärnu (January 16), Tallinn (January 22–23), Tartu (January 29- 30) and Jõhvi (February 6, 2011).[3] Only 60 singers were given the 'yellow cards' and qualified to the theatre rounds.

Theatre rounds[edit]

As only 20 of the sixty participants were male, all boys automatically qualified to the second round. Twenty-two girls qualified to the second round.

In the second round, participants were divided into 21 duos. Duos performed either Ott Lepland and Lenna Kuurmaa's "Sinuni" or James Morrison and Nelly Furtado's "Broken Strings". After second round, all the participants were divided into three groups named "Yes", "Maybe" and "No". People in groups "Yes" and "Maybe" qualified to the third round.[6]

In the third round, girls were given a choice to sing either Janis Joplin's "Piece of My Heart" or Katy Perry's "Firework". Boys chose between Koit Toome's "Mälestused", Robbie Williams' "Let Me Entertain You" and Kings of Leon's "Use Somebody". Ten male and ten female participants advanced to the semi-finals aka studio rounds.[7]

Semi-finals aka Studio rounds[edit]

The studio rounds took place on March 27, April 3 and 10. In the first studio round 10 girls performed and in the second 10 boys performed. After nationwide televote, three participants from each semi-final qualified to the finals. The judges chose 10 participants from the first two rounds to the third round. Televoters voted three of them to the finals. Tenth finalist was chosen by the judges as a wildcard.

First week[edit]

Girls' round took place on March 27, 2011.[8]

Advanced to the final: Triin Niitoja, Rosanna Lints, Teele Viira [9]
Advanced to the second chance semi-final (jury's choice): Katri-Merili Poom, Liis Lemsalu, Liis Reisner, Marilyn Ollep, Marit Kesa, Raahel Pilpak

Second week[edit]

Boys' week took place on April 3, 2011.[10]

Advanced to the final: Leemet Onno, Jaan Lehepuu, Imre Saarna [11]
Advanced to the second chance semi-final (jury's choice): Artjom Savitski, Kevin Johannson, Lauri Atsov, Mikk Tivas

Third week[edit]

The second chance semi-final took place on April 10, 2011. Four of them qualified.

Advanced to the finals: Liis Lemsalu, Kevin Johannson, Artjom Savitski
Advanced to the finals (jury's choice): Katrin-Merili Poom

Finals[edit]

Week 1[edit]

The first final show took place on 17 April 2011. The theme of the show was "Big songs". Participants sang the biggest hits of all time.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Song[12] Result[13]
Rosanna Lints 1 "Listen" by Beyoncé Safe
Jaan Lehepuu 2 "Billie Jean" by Michael Jackson Eliminated
Triin Niitoja 3 "Ironic" by Alanis Morissette Safe
Imre Saarna 4 "The Show Must Go On" by Queen Safe
Leemet Onno 5 "Every Breath You Take" by The Police Bottom Three
Teele Viira 6 "Tainted Love" by Soft Cell Safe
Artjom Savitski 7 "Koit" by Tõnis Mägi Safe
Liis Lemsalu 8 "I Have Nothing" by Whitney Houston Safe
Kevin Johannson 9 "Viva la Vida" by Coldplay Bottom Two
Katrin-Merili Poom 10 "I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing" by Aerosmith Safe

Week 2[edit]

The second final show took place on 24 April 2011. Participants sang songs in Estonian.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Song[14] Result[15]
Artjom Savitski 1 "Kuu on päike" by Tanel Padar & The Sun Safe
Katrin-Merili Poom 2 "Veel" by Anne Veski Eliminated
Triin Niitoja 3 "Ainult unustamiseks" by Smilers Bottom Three
Leemet Onno 4 "Michelangelo" by Ivo Linna Bottom Two
Liis Lemsalu 5 "15 magamata ööd" by Ines Safe
Kevin Johannson 6 "Vana klaver" by Kalmer Tennosaar Safe
Rosanna Lints 7 "Oma laulu ei leia üles" by Heli Lääts Safe
Teele Viira 8 "Armastan vaid sind" by Ivo Linna Safe
Imre Saarna 9 "Veenus" by Tõnis Mägi Safe

Week 3[edit]

The third final show takes place on May 1, 2011. The finalists are singing dance tracks from the 1970s and 1980s.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Song[16] Result[16]
Teele Viira 1 "You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)" by Dead or Alive Safe
Imre Saarna 2 "Disco Inferno" by The Trammps Eliminated
Rosanna Lints 3 "I'm Every Woman" by Chaka Khan Bottom Three
Kevin Johannson 4 "Faith" by George Michael Bottom Two
Leemet Onno 5 "Rosanna" by Toto Safe
Triin Niitoja 6 "Flashdance... What a Feeling" by Irene Cara Safe
Artjom Savitski 7 "Take on Me" by A-ha Safe
Liis Lemsalu 8 "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" by Whitney Houston Safe

Week 4[edit]

The fourth final show took place on May 8, 2011. The finalists sang songs from world's biggest superstars of all time.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Song[17] Result[18]
Liis Lemsalu 1 "Proud Mary" by Tina Turner Bottom Three
Leemet Onno 2 "Metsaneid" by Tõnis Mägi Eliminated
Teele Viira 3 "Papa Don't Preach" by Madonna Safe
Artjom Savitski 4 "Sailing" by Rod Stewart Safe
Rosanna Lints 5 "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" by James Brown Safe
Kevin Johannson 6 "Mr. Tambourine Man" by Bob Dylan Safe
Triin Niitoja 7 "Another Day in Paradise" by Phil Collins Bottom Two

Week 5[edit]

The fifth final show took place on May 15, 2011. Contestants sang Big band songs with Bel-Etage Orchestra.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Song[19] Result[20]
Kevin Johannson 1 "A Hard Day's Night" Eliminated
Rosanna Lints 2 "All the Things You Are" Safe
Triin Niitoja 3 "What a Wonderful World" Bottom Two
Artjom Savitski 4 "Sunny" Safe
Liis Lemsalu 5 "L-O-V-E" Bottom Three
Teele Viira 6 "Close to You" Safe

Week 6[edit]

The sixth final show took place on May 22, 2011. Contestants sang a hit from their year of birth and a song which is composed or has been performed by one of the judges.

Contestants' performances
Act Order First song[21] Order Second song[21] Result[22]
Teele Viira 1 "Sweet Child O' Mine" by Guns N' Roses 6 "Tango" by Ruja (Rein Rannap) Eliminated
Artjom Savitski 2 "Under The Bridge" by Red Hot Chili Peppers 7 "Üksinduse aeg" by Maarja-Liis Ilus (Comp. Rein Rannap) Safe
Triin Niitoja 3 "I Just Can't Stop Loving You" by Michael Jackson 8 "Annabel" by Mr. Lawrence (Mihkel Raud) Bottom Two
Liis Lemsalu 4 "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana 9 "Sajab lund" by Maarja-Liis Ilus Safe
Rosanna Lints 5 "You Oughta Know" by Alanis Morissette 10 "Must lind" by Ruja (Rein Rannap) Safe

Week 7[edit]

The seventh final show took place on May 29, 2011. Contestants sang a song composed by Hendrik Sal-Saller and a song in foreign language (other than Estonian and English).

Contestants' performances
Act Order Sal-Saller's song[23] Order Song in foreign language[23] Result [23]
Triin Niitoja 1 "Nii sind ootan" 5 "Manos al Aire" by Nelly Furtado Eliminated
Rosanna Lints 2 "Olen Kuul" 6 "En Cambio No" by Laura Pausini Safe
Artjom Savitski 3 "Keelatud viljade turg" 7 "María" by Ricky Martin Safe
Liis Lemsalu 4 "Üle tumeda vee" 8 "Den fyrste song eg høyra fekk" Safe

Week 8[edit]

The eight final show took place on June 5, 2011. Contestants sang a song about love and a celebrity duet.

Celebrity duets:

  • Liis Lemsalu with Oliver Kuusik
  • Artjom Savitski with Hele Kõre
  • Rosanna Lints with Tõnis Mägi
Contestants' performances
Act Order Celebrity duets[24] Order Love song[24] Result
Liis Lemsalu 1 "Messiah" by George Frideric Handel 4 Someone Like You" by Adele Safe
Artjom Savitski 2 "Siis kui maailm magab veel" by Kristjan Kasearu & Hele Kõrve 5 "Shot" by The Rasmus Safe
Rosanna Lints 3 "Aeg on lahkuda" by Tõnis Mägi 6 "Can't Stop Lovin' You" by Van Halen Eliminated

Super-final[edit]

The super-final show took place on June 12, 2011. Contestants sang their favourite song they had performed before in the show, a patriotic song and a "winner" song.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Favourite song[25] Order Patriotic song[25] Order Winner song[25] Result[25]
Artjom Savitski 1 "Sailing" by Rod Stewart 3 "Sind surmani" by Alo Mattiisen 5 "Closer to the Edge" by Thirty Seconds to Mars Runner-up
Liis Lemsalu 2 "At Last" by Etta James 4 "Mis maa see on?" by Siiri Sisask 6 "Crazy in Love" by Beyoncé Winner

Elimination chart[edit]

Legend
Female Male Top 20 Top 10 Winner
Safe Bottom Three Bottom Two Eliminated Wild Card Choice Did Not Perform
Stage: Semi Finals Wild
Card
Finals
Week: 3/27 4/03 4/10 4/17 4/24 5/01 5/08 5/15 5/22 5/29 6/05 6/12
Place Contestant Result
1 Liis Lemsalu Saved Viewers Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Winner
2 Artjom Savitski Saved Viewers Runner-up
3 Rosanna Lints Top 10 Bottom 3 Elim
4 Triin Niitoja Top 10 Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Elim
5 Teele Viira Top 10 Elim
6 Kevin Johannson Saved Viewers Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Elim
7 Leemet Onno Top 10 Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Elim
8 Imre Saarna Top 10 Elim
9 Katrin-Merili Poom Saved Judges Elim
10 Jaan Lehepuu Top 10 Elim
Wild
Card
Lauri Antsov Saved Elim
Marit Kesa Saved
Marilyn Ollep Saved
Raahel Pilpak Saved
Liis Reisner Saved
Mikk Tivas Saved
Semi Indrek Rebane Elim
Taavi Kendra
Reilika Saks Elim
Dario Hoffren Withdrew

Ratings[edit]

Episode Date Official rating
(thousands)
Weekly rank
Auditions 1 13 February 180.00[26] 4
Auditions 2 20 February Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week)[27]
Auditions 3 27 February Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week)[28]
Auditions 4 6 March Unknown 19[29]
Theatre rounds 1 13 March 164.00 10 [29]
Theatre rounds 2 20 March 166.00 9 [30]
Semi-final 1 27 March 168.00 9 [31]
Semi-final 1 (Results) 185.00 5 [31]
Semi-final 2 3 April 174.00 5 [32]
Semi-final 2 (Results) Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week) [32]
Semi-final 3 10 April Unknown 13 [33]
Semi-final 3 (Results) Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week) [34]
Final 1 17 April 163.00 7 [33]
Final 1 (Results) Unknown 11 [35]
Final 2 24 April 161.00 7 [35]
Final 2 (Results) 172.00 4 [35]
Final 3 1 May 159.00 8 [36]
Final 3 (Results) 165.00 6 [36]
Final 4 8 May Unknown 14 [37]
Final 4 (Results) Unknown 13 [37]
Final 5 15 May 190.00 6 [37]
Final 5 (Results) 187.00 7 [37]
Final 6 22 May 143.00 9 [38]
Final 6 (Results) 189.00 3 [38]
Final 7 29 May 184.00 4 [39]
Final 7 (Results) 184.00 3 [39]
Final 8 5 June 157.00 2 [40]
Final 8 (Results) 182.00 1 [40]
Superfinal 12 June 203.00 2 [41]
Superfinal (Results) 221.00 1 [41]

External links[edit]

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