Eurovision fans are baffled by Norway’s extravagant entry

That’s bananas! Eurovision fans are baffled by Norway’s extravagant entry from the mysterious pop duo with yellow morph suits and some VERY weird lyrics.

  • Norwegian pop duo Subwoolfer took the stage with the song Give That Wolf a Banana
  • A bizarre performance saw dancers perform in yellow morpho suits and wolf masks.
  • Featured lyrics about giving bananas to a wolf to stop it from eating grandma
  • Subwoolfer has not publicly revealed their identities, but goes by Jim and Keith.

Eurovision fans were gleefully taken aback by Norway’s suitably weird performance with yellow morph suits, quirky dance moves, and lyrics about a wolf eating your grandmother.

Mysterious pop duo Subwoolfer took to the stage in Turin last night to perform their flamboyant song ‘Give That Wolf A Banana’ wearing yellow masks to hide their identity.

While their real names have not been publicly revealed, the act uses the pseudonyms ‘Jim and Keith’ and launched a fictional story claiming they came to earth from the moon.

Viewers were taken aback by the eccentric performance, and quickly took to social media to express their delight at the wonderfully bizarre performance.

Eurovision fans were gleefully taken aback by Norway’s suitably weird performance with yellow morph suits, quirky dance moves, and lyrics about a wolf eating your grandmother.

“Catching up on Eurovision delighted with Norway, give that wolf a banana, this is exactly my taste. At @Eurovision, #Eurovision Ukraine, worthy winners,” wrote one.

Another said: ‘Norway fully and completely understood the task. These countries that are sending artists with ballads are clearly not. #Eurovision.’

“Thank God Norway is being fucking weird, some of these countries have forgotten the true meaning of Eurovision,” wrote a third.

A fourth commented: ‘I love how crazy @Eurovision is. #Norway is up there with one of the craziest tunes I’ve ever heard.’

Viewers were taken aback by the eccentric performance, and quickly took to social media to express their delight at the wonderfully weird band.

Viewers were taken aback by the eccentric performance, and quickly took to social media to express their delight at the wonderfully weird band.

The unusual song featured lyrics about avoiding a vicious animal by using bananas and saw dancers perform a quirky routine while dressed head-to-toe in yellow outfits.

The pop duo’s name is a combination of the words ‘subwoofer’ and ‘wolf’ and although their identities have not been revealed, social media is awash with theories as to who could be behind the masks.

The act is believed by many to be the popular Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis, made up of brothers Vegard and Bård Ylvisåker, who released the equally bizarre viral track What Does the Fox Say? back in 2013.

Other contenders include the Norwegian rap group Erik & Kriss, who rose to fame in the 2000s, and Gaute Ormåsen, a singer who came second on the Norwegian reality show Idol in 2003.

The act is believed by many to be the popular Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis, made up of brothers Vegard and Bård Ylvisåker, who released the equally bizarre viral track What Does the Fox Say?  in 2013 (pictured in 2013)

The act is believed by many to be the popular Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis, made up of brothers Vegard and Bård Ylvisåker, who released the equally bizarre viral track What Does the Fox Say? in 2013 (pictured in 2013)

There have also been rumors that British artist Ben Adams is part of the duo after his stint with British-Norwegian group A1, a four-piece boy band that rose to fame in both countries in the 1990s.

While the band is hesitant to reveal their identity, they released a suitably weird fictional story about how their band came to be on their Spotify profile.

His profile read: ‘Subwoolfer: The largest band in the galaxy, first formed 4.5 billion years ago on its home planet, the moon.

‘Since then, the brothers ‘Keith and Jim’ have conquered the music scene on every planet, making them the most successful pop group of all time.

The unusual song featured lyrics about avoiding a vicious animal using bananas and saw dancers perform a quirky routine while dressed head-to-toe in yellow morpho outfits.

The unusual song featured lyrics about avoiding a vicious animal using bananas and saw dancers perform a quirky routine while dressed head-to-toe in yellow morpho outfits.

While their real names have not been publicly revealed, the act uses the pseudonyms 'Jim and Keith' and launched a fictional story claiming that they came to earth from the moon.

While their real names have not been publicly revealed, the act uses the pseudonyms ‘Jim and Keith’ and launched a fictional story claiming that they came to earth from the moon.

‘On June 20, 1969, a prophet named Neil appeared to them in a stable and was soon hailed as ‘the man with the strongest arms’.

“He promised to come back telling them that he would help them become the biggest band on their planet too, but only once they had written the best song in the universe, sung in their mother tongue, English.

“Neil never came back, yet now armed with the greatest song there is, ‘Give That Wolf A Banana,’ they have come to earth looking for him.”

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