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Flo Rida Appears At Eurovision Leaving Everyone Confused

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Flo Rida Appears At Eurovision Leaving Everyone Confused

Flo Rida has just performed at the Eurovision Song Contest, and it's left everyone a little bit confused. Watch below:

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The singer appeared on stage in a duet with San Marino's entry Senhit, performing her track 'Adrenalina' for the event's second semi-final.

The bizarre coupling was announced a couple of days ago, with Mr Rida revealing that Senhit had got in touch with his 'people' and asked him if he would get on board.

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And when Eurovision comes knocking, it's almost impossible to say no.

Speaking to BBC Radio One's Newsbeat, the US artist said: "Senhit's people reached out to my people. The song is high energy, which I love."

"It's been so hard to keep this a secret," explained Senhit.

"He's an amazing artist and he did an amazing job on my song. It's the perfect match.

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Credit: PA
Credit: PA

"For those three minutes on stage, we're going to put on a huge concert."

And they didn't disappoint, with Flo keeping his iconic shades firmly on for the indoor performance, and donning a sparkly leather waistcoat to boot.

But despite the news having been confirmed earlier this week, lots of viewers couldn't believe it when they saw the 'Club Can't Handle Me' singer come bounding onto their television sets.

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Writing on Twitter, one shocked fan said: "Flo Rida representing San Marino at Eurovision is both the least and most surprising thing ever."

Echoing these sentiments, another quipped: "All of Europe trying to figure out if that's Flo Rida or not."

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A third said: "Imagine telling us in march 2020 that Senhit would be opening a Eurovision semi final for San Marino,, with FLO RIDA!!???"

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While another added: "SCREAMING when Flo Rida arrives on a live Eurovision stage. Surreal!"

But while San Marino are enjoying having Flo on board with their entry, Iceland's lads have not had much luck at their end.

Earlier this week, Daði og Gagnamagnið announced it was pulling out of the event after a positive Covid-19 test.

"On Wednesday, a member of the Icelandic group Daði og Gagnamagnið also tested positive for Covid-19," a statement from Eurovision said

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Topics: covid, Entertainment, Music, Funny, Coronavirus, US News, Eurovision, US Entertainment, Health, Iceland, Covid-19

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