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Eurovision fans are baffled by Norway’s whacky entry

That’s bananas! Eurovision fans are baffled by Norway’s whacky entry from mystery pop duo featuring yellow morph suits and some VERY bizarre lyrics

  • Norway pop duo Subwoolfer took to the stage with song Give That Wolf a Banana
  • Bizarre performance saw dancers perform in yellow morph suits and wolf masks
  • Featured lyrics about feeding bananas to a wolf to stop them eating grandma
  • Subwoolfer haven’t publicly revealed their identities but go by Jim and Keith 

Eurovision fans were left cheerfully baffled by Norway’s suitably bizarre performance featuring yellow morph suits, peculiar dance moves and lyrics about a wolf eating your grandma. 

Mystery pop duo Subwoolfer took to the stage in Turin last night to perform their outlandish track  ‘Give That Wolf A Banana’ wearing yellow masks concealing their identity. 

While their true names haven’t been revealed publicly, the act go by the pseudonyms ‘Jim and Keith’ and released a fictional story claiming they came to earth from the moon. 

Viewers were flummoxed by the eccentric performance, quickly taking to social media to express their glee at the wonderfully weird performance. 

Eurovision fans were left cheerfully baffled by Norway’s suitably bizarre performance featuring yellow morph suits, peculiar dance moves and lyrics about a wolf eating your grandma

‘Catching up on the Eurovision delighted with Norway give that wolf a banana this is exactly my taste In @Eurovision #Eurovision Ukraine worthy winners though’, wrote one. 

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

‘Thank god Norway are being f****g weird some of these countries have forgotten the true meaning of Eurovision’, wrote a third. 

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

Viewers were flummoxed by the eccentric performance, quickly taking to social media to express their glee at the wonderfully weird band

Viewers were flummoxed by the eccentric performance, quickly taking to social media to express their glee at the wonderfully weird band

The unusual song featured lyrics about staving off a vicious animal using bananas and saw dancers perform a peculiar routine while dressed head to toe in yellow morph suits. 

The name of the pop duo is a combination of the words ‘subwoofer’ and ‘wolf’ and while their identities haven’t been revealed, social media is awash with theories about who could be behind the masks. 

Many believe the act to be popular Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis, made up of rothers Vegard and Bård Ylvisåker, who released the similarly strange viral track What Does the Fox Say? back in 2013. 

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

Many believe the act to be popular Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis, made up of rothers Vegard and Bård Ylvisåker, who released the similarly strange viral track What Does the Fox Say? back in 2013 (pictured in 2013)

Many believe the act to be popular Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis, made up of rothers Vegard and Bård Ylvisåker, who released the similarly strange viral track What Does the Fox Say? back in 2013 (pictured in 2013) 

There have also been rumours that Brit performer Ben Adams is part of the duo after his stint in British-Norwegian act A1, a four-piece boyband who rose to fame in both countries in the noughties.  

While the band are hesitant to reveal their identity, they did release a suitably bizarre fictional story about how their band came to be on their Spotify profile. 

Their profile read: ‘Subwoolfer -The biggest band in the galaxy, first formed 4.5 billion years ago on their home planet, the moon. 

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

The unusual song featured lyrics about staving off a vicious animal using bananas and saw dancers perform a peculiar routine while dressed head to toe in yellow morph suits

The unusual song featured lyrics about staving off a vicious animal using bananas and saw dancers perform a peculiar routine while dressed head to toe in yellow morph suits

While their true names haven't been revealed publicly, the act go by the pseudonyms 'Jim and Keith' and released a fictional story claiming they came to earth from the moon

While their true names haven’t been revealed publicly, the act go by the pseudonyms ‘Jim and Keith’ and released a fictional story claiming they came to earth from the moon

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

‘He promised to return telling them he would help them become the biggest band on his planet too, but only once they had written the greatest song in the universe, sung in his native tongue – English. 

‘Neil never returned, however now armed with the greatest song in existence, ‘Give That Wolf A Banana’, they have come to earth in search of him.’ 

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