Icelandic Eurovision dance goes viral after Malaysian family performs it


Adam Imanullah and his family perform the dance from Daði Freyr Pétursson (Dadi Freyr) Eurovision song ‘Think About Things’ and it has now gone viral. 

Although the Eurovision Song Contest was officially cancelled this year, this hasn’t stopped people from enjoying the new song submissions this year. Adam Imanullah, from Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, got jiggy with his family during lockdown doing the dance from the Icelandic Eurovision song.

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“Think About Things” by Daði Freyr was a fan favourite to, finally, win the Eurovision Song Contest for Iceland this year. Sadly, due to the outbreak, the song contest was cancelled and Iceland’s chance of winning was snuffed.

“Think About Things” is a song by Icelandic singer Daði Freyr Pétursson (Dadi Freyr) and his band Gagnamagnið (“The Bandwidth”). It was chosen to represent Iceland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands on 29 February 2020.

Malaysian family dance to "Think About Things"

Adam Imanullah and his family perform the dance from Daði Freyr Pétursson Eurivision song and it has now gone viral. 

The funky electro-pop song’s music video features the band doing a very awkward dance routine. The dance has since been performed by many people on TikTok and other social media platforms with the latest rendition being performed by a Malaysian family.

The video shows the Malaysian family of four dressed in their traditional outfits doing the Icelandic Eurovision dance to “Think About Things” during the quarantine lockdown, and they absolutely nail it.

Adam Imanullah’s family dance video is the most liked out of all other videos; it currently has over 7 million views and half a million likes on Twitter.

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