The Eurovision Grand Final is in full swing.
This year’s event is hosted by Italy after Italian rock band Maneskin won the 2021 competition. 26 artists traveled to Turin to represent their countries in the grand final.
Fans were blown away by Finland’s unique contribution.
Finnish rock band The Rasmus – behind the 2003 hit “In the Shadows” – performed their song “Jezebel”.
Viewers took to Twitter to share their reactions to the song.
“Well, that’s deeply disturbing, isn’t it?” wrote one person. Another wrote: “Finland I don’t like this.”
Others spoke of the opening of the performance, which began with lead singer Lauri Ylönen standing in a yellow raincoat and holding a yellow balloon, in an apparent reference to Stephen Kings IT villain, the clown Pennywise.
One person wrote, “Finland be like Pennywise,” while another added, “Finland knows how to start,” accompanied by a GIF of Pennywise.
“Finland gives me smart vibes. Unreal and unexpected as always. Fabulous Finland,” wrote another.
You can follow live updates from the event here.
Here’s all the info on how to watch the grand finale and when it starts.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/eurovision/eurovision-2022-finland-rasmus-disturbing-b2079195.html Eurovision 2022: Fans delighted by Finland’s ‘Pennywise’-inspired performance