Eesti otsib superstaari (season 5)

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Eesti otsib superstaari
Season 5
Broadcast from September 2 – December 23, 2012
Judges Mihkel Raud
Maarja-Liis Ilus
Mart Sander
Host(s) Karl-Andreas Kalmet
Henrik Kalmet
Broadcaster TV3
Finals venue Nokia Concert Hall, Tallinn
Rasmus Rändvee
Origin Pärnu, Estonia
Elina Born
Eesti otsib superstaari Finalists
(with dates of elimination)
Season 5 (2012)
Estonia Rasmus Rändvee Winner
Estonia Elina Born Runner-up
Estonia Toomas Kolk 16 December
Estonia Karl-Erik Taukar 9 December
Estonia Fredi Pärs 2 December
Estonia Janek Valgepea 25 November
Estonia Liis Reisner 18 November
Estonia Anisa Vänikver 11 November
Estonia Carl-Philip Madis 4 November
Estonia Katrin Ruuse 28 October

The fifth season of Eesti otsib superstaari premiered on September 2, 2012, on TV3.

On May 30, 2011 TV3 announced that fifth season for Eesti otsib superstaari will start in autumn 2012.[1] Two of three judges from the fourth season, Mihkel Raud and Maarja-Liis Ilus continued their job in the fifth season.[2] Rein Rannap, one of the judges from the first series, was replaced by Mart Sander, Estonian singer, actor, director, author and television host.[3]

As for all the previous seasons, new hosts were introduced. Brothers Karl-Andreas Kalmet and Mihkel Kalmet, two new Estonian actors, took the role.[4]

The winner of the fifth season was Rasmus Rändvee.


Auditions for the fifth season will take place in Narva (August 11, 2012), Viljandi (August 18), Tallinn (August 25–26) and Tartu (September 1–2).[5]

Theatre rounds[edit]

Theatre rounds took place at club Rock Café in Tallinn. Total of 88 auditionees had qualified to the theatre round. Theatre round was divided into three rounds. First round all 88 contestants had to sing one more time a capella to the judges. Half of the contestants were sent home after the first round.[6]

In the second round, contestants were divided into trios and duos by gender. Girl groups could sing either Demi Lovato's "Skyscraper" or Lauri Saatpalu's "Tagareas". Boys had to choose between Koit Toome's "Allikas" and James Brown's "I Got You (I Feel Good)". Based on the performances, the contestants were divided into three groups. First group qualified automatically to the studio rounds, skipping the third theatre round. Second group qualified to the third round and third group was eliminated.[6][7]

In the third round, girls had to sing either Lenna Kuurmaa's "Mina jään", Loreen's "Euphoria" or Mahavok's "Mägede hääl". Boys had to choose between Ott Lepland's "Kuula", Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and 2 Quick Start's "Ühega miljoneist".[7]

Total of ten female and ten male contestants qualified to the studio rounds.[7]

Semi-finals aka Studio rounds[edit]

The studio rounds took place on October 7, 14 and 21. 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 then 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 October 7, 2012.[8]

Contestants' performances
Act Order Song[9] Result[9]
Anisa Vänikver 1 Price Tag by Jessie J Qualified
Tuuli Rand 2 Elu pärast by Liisi Koikson Saved by judges
Getter Pärle 3 Son of a Preacher Man by Dusty Springfield Did not qualify
Getter-Heleen Aron 4 Because of You by Kelly Clarkson Saved by judges
Kadri Erlenheim 5 Empire State of Mind (Part II) Broken Down by Alicia Keys Saved by judges
Liis Reisner 6 Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) by Beyoncé Saved by judges
Katrina Tammiksalu 7 War Pigs by Black Sabbath Saved by judges
Kristin Karu 8 Big Girls Don't Cry by Fergie Did not qualify
Katrin Ruuse 9 Pumped Up Kicks by Foster the People Qualified
Elina Born 10 Somewhere Over The Rainbow by Judy Garland Qualified

Second week[edit]

Boys' week took place on October 14, 2012.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Song[10] Result[10]
Karl-Erik Taukar 1 "Learn to Fly" by Foo Fighters Saved by judges
Karl Madis Pennar 2 Sa haara kinni mu käest by Tõnis Mägi & Music Seif Saved by judges
Fredi Pärs 3 "Who You Are" by Jessie J Qualified
Samuel Reinaru 4 "Jailhouse Rock" by Elvis Presley Did not qualify
Janek Valgepea 5 "Before It Explodes" by Charice Qualified
Rasmus Rändvee 6 "Valgus" by Gunnar Graps Saved by judges
Karl Mihkel Salong 7 "Sexy and I Know It" by LMFAO Saved by judges
Toomas Kolk 8 "Saatanlik naine" (Devil Woman) by Jaak Joala (Cliff Richard) Saved by judges
Artjom Jevstafjev 9 "Whataya Want from Me" by Adam Lambert Did not qualify
Carl-Philip Madis 10 "Your Song" by Elton John Qualified

Third week[edit]

The second chance semi-final took place on October 21, 2012.

Contestants' performances
Act[11] Order Song[12] Result[12]
Getter-Heleen Aron 1 "Kel on laulud laulda" by Ruja Did not qualify
Toomas Kolk 2 "Stars"' from the musical Les Misérables Qualified
Tuuli Rand 3 "We Found Love" by Rihanna Did not qualify
Karl Mihkel Salong 4 "Jäljed" by Tõnis Mägi Did not qualify
Katrina Tammiksalu 5 "Must lind" by Ruja Did not qualify
Karl Madis Pennar 6 "With or Without You" by U2 Did not qualify
Kadri Erlenheim 7 "Ära piina mind" by Blacky Did not qualify
Rasmus Rändvee 8 "Use Somebody" by Kings of Leon Wildcard
Liis Reisner 9 "Igatsuse meri" by Ruja Qualified
Karl-Erik Taukar 10 "Nagu merelaine" by Silvi Vrait Qualified


Week 1[edit]

The first final show took place on 28 October 2012. The theme of the show was "Big songs". Participants sang the biggest hits of all time.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Song[13] Result[13]
Katrin Ruuse 1 "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" by Marilyn Manson Eliminated
Janek Valgepea 2 "Kui mind enam ei ole" by Urmas Alender Bottom Three
Toomas Kolk 3 "A Little Less Conversation" by Elvis Presley Safe
Liis Reisner 4 "Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word" by Elton John Bottom Two
Rasmus Rändvee 5 "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley Safe
Carl-Philip Madis 6 "Hello" by Lionel Richie Safe
Fredi Pärs 7 "One" by U2 Safe
Anisa Vänikver 8 "Hero" by Mariah Carey Safe
Karl-Erik Taukar 9 "Free Fallin'" by Tom Petty Safe
Elina Born 10 "Nothing Compares 2 U" by Sinéad O'Connor Safe

Week 2[edit]

The second final show took place on 4 November 2012. Contestants sang a hit from their year of birth.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Song[14] Result[14]
Karl-Erik Taukar 1 "Mina pean sambat tantsida saama" by Singer Vinger Safe
Anisa Vänikver 2 "Any Man of Mine" by Shania Twain Safe
Janek Valgepea 3 "Always" by Bon Jovi Bottom three
Carl-Philip Madis 4 "Life Is a Highway" by Tom Cochrane Eliminated
Rasmus Rändvee 5 "Kiss from a Rose" by Seal Safe
Elina Born 6 "Cryin'" by Aerosmith Bottom two
Fredi Pärs 7 "I Can't Make You Love Me" by Bonnie Raitt Safe
Toomas Kolk 8 "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes Safe
Liis Reisner 9 "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston Safe

Week 3[edit]

The third final show took place on 11 November 2012. Contestants sang Estonians' favourite songs.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Song[15] Result[16]
Fredi Pärs 1 "Kas tead, mida tähendab" by Birgit Õigemeel Safe
Liis Reisner 2 "Olematu laul" by Helgi Sallo Bottom two
Karl-Erik Taukar 3 "Venus" by Claire's Birthday Safe
Toomas Kolk 4 "Oma laulu ei leia ma üles" by Metsatöll Safe
Anisa Vänikver 5 "Sind otsides" by Tõnis Mägi Eliminated
Janek Valgepea 6 "Cool Vibes" by Vanilla Ninja Bottom three
Elina Born 7 "Tule kui leebe tuul" by Seitsmes meel Safe
Rasmus Rändvee 8 "Aita mööda saata öö" by Rock Hotel (originally "Help Me Make It Through the Night" by Kris Kristofferson) Safe

Week 4[edit]

The fourth final show took place on 18 November 2012. Contestants sang films' soundtracks.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Song[17] Result[17]
Rasmus Rändvee 1 "The House of the Rising Sun" from the film "Casino" Safe
Karl-Erik Taukar 2 "Live and Let Die" from the film "Live and Let Die" Bottom two
Liis Reisner 3 "Seven Nation Army" from the film "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" Eliminated
Janek Valgepea 4 "Aria" from the film "Momo" Safe
Toomas Kolk 5 "Moon River" from the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's" Safe
Elina Born 6 "Skyfall" from the film "Skyfall" Bottom three
Fredi Pärs 7 "Purple Rain" from the film "Purple Rain" Safe

Week 5[edit]

The fifth final show took place on 25 November 2012. Contestants sang songs together with Bel-Etage Swing Orchestra. As one of the judges, Mart Sander, is the conductor of Bel-Etage Swing Orchestra, he was not on the judges panel and was replaced by guest judge Heidy Purga, who was also a judge on the first and second season of the show.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Song[18] Result[18]
Toomas Kolk 1 "Theme from New York, New York" by Liza Minnelli Safe
Fredi Pärs 2 "God Bless the Child" by Billie Holiday Bottom two
Janek Valgepea 3 "Save The Last Dance For Me" by The Drifters Eliminated
Rasmus Rändvee 4 "Feeling Good" by Cy Grant Safe
Karl-Erik Taukar 5 "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" by Frankie Valli Safe
Elina Born 6 "Cry Me a River" by Julie London Safe

Week 6[edit]

The sixth final show took place on December 2, 2012. Contestants sang a song by Jaak Joala and a rock classic.

Contestants' performances
Act Order First song (by Jaak Joala)[19] Order Second song[19] Result[19]
Fredi Pärs 1 "Ausus" (originally "Honesty" by Billy Joel) 6 "Whole Lotta Love" by Led Zeppelin Eliminated
Toomas Kolk 2 "Suveöö" 7 "Holy Diver" by Dio Safe
Elina Born 3 "Nii kokku me ei saagi eal" 8 "Poison" by Alice Cooper Safe
Rasmus Rändvee 4 "Unustuse jõel" 9 "Come Together" by The Beatles Bottom Two
Karl-Erik Taukar 5 "Vildist kübar" (originally "Homburg" by Procol Harum) 10 "I Want It All" by Queen Safe

Week 7[edit]

The seventh final show took place on December 9, 2012. Contestants sang a dance track from Power Hit Radio's playlist. For the second song, acts were each mentored by one of the previous winners of the show. Elina Born was mentored by Ott Lepland (winner of season 3), Karl-Erik Taukar by Jana Kask (season 2), Rasmus Rändvee by Liis Lemsalu (season 4) and Toomas Kolk by Birgit Õigemeel (season 1).

Contestants' performances
Act Order First song[20] Order Second song[20] Result[21]
Toomas Kolk 1 "I Kissed a Girl" by Katy Perry 5 "Can't Help Falling in Love" by Elvis Presley Safe
Karl-Erik Taukar 2 "Feel" by Robbie Williams 6 "Born This Way" by Lady Gaga Eliminated
Rasmus Rändvee 3 "We Are Young" by fun. 7 "Losing My Religion" by R.E.M. Safe
Elina Born 4 "Why Don't You Love Me" by Beyoncé 8 "Cruz" by Christina Aguilera Bottom two

Week 8[edit]

The eight final show took place on December 16, 2012. Contestants sang a Christmas song and a duet with a celebrity. Celebrity duets:

Contestants' performances
Act Order Christmas song[22] Order Celebrity duet[22] Result[22]
Toomas Kolk 1 "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" 4 "Where the Wild Roses Grow" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and Kylie Minogue Eliminated
Rasmus Rändvee 2 "Do You Hear What I Hear?" 5 "Kids" by Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue Safe
Elina Born 3 "Jõuluöö" ("O Holy Night") 6 "Imagine" by John Lennon Safe

Week 9: Super Final[edit]

The Super Final show takes place on December 23, 2012. Contestants will sing their favourite song they had performed before in the show, a "big" Estonian song and their own first single. Both singles were participants of "Eesti Laul 2013". Rasmus Rändvee's single was performed together with Rasmus' band Facelift Deer.

Contestants' performances
Act Order Favourite song[23] Order Own Single[23] Order Estonian song[23] Result[24]
Elina Born 1 "Nothing Compares To You" by Sinead O'Connor 3 "Enough" 5 "Palve" by Tõnis Mägi Runner-up
Rasmus Rändvee 2 "Feeling Good" by Cy Grant 4 "Dance" 6 "Meil aiaäärne tänavas" Winner

Elimination chart[edit]

Female Male Top 20 Top 10 Winner
Safe Bottom Three Bottom Two Eliminated Wild Card Choice Did Not Perform
Stage: Semi Finals Wild
Week: 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/04 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/02 12/09 12/16 12/23
Place Contestant Result
1 Rasmus Rändvee Saved Judges Bottom 2 Winner
2 Elina Born Top 10 Bottom 2 Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Runner-up
3 Toomas Kolk Saved Viewers Elim
4 Karl-Erik Taukar Saved Viewers Bottom 2 Elim
5 Fredi Pärs Top 10 Bottom 2 Elim
6 Janek Valgepea Top 10 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Elim
7 Liis Reisner Saved Viewers Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Elim
8 Anisa Vänikver Top 10 Elim
9 Carl-Philip Madis Top 10 Elim
10 Katrin Ruuse Top 10 Elim
Getter-Heleen Aron Saved Elim
Kadri Erlenheim Saved
Karl Madis Pennar Saved
Karl Mihkel Salong Saved
Katrina Tammiksalu Saved
Tuuli Rand Saved
Semi Artjom Jevstafjev Elim
Samuel Reinaru
Getter Pärle Elim
Kristin Karu


Episode Date Official rating Weekly rank
Auditions 1 9 September 128,000[25] 7-8
Auditions 2 16 September Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week)[26]
Auditions 3 23 September Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week)[27]
Theatre Rounds 30 September Unknown[28] 13[29]
Semi-final 1 7 October 136,000[29] 9
Semi-final 2 14 October Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week)[30]
Semi-final 3 21 October Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week)[31]
Final 1 28 October Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week)[32]
Final 2 4 November Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week)[33]
Final 3 11 November Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week)[34]
Final 4 18 November Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week)[35]
Final 5 25 November Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week)[36]
Final 6 2 December Unknown (Did not reach top 10 of the week)[37]
Final 7 9 December Unknown[38] 14[39]
Final 8 16 December 152,000[38] 8[38]

External links[edit]


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