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Wrongly designed as RTL! Wrongly designed as RTL! That lorryman likes "What does the fox say? KoRnikPL, a YouTube subscriber, learned when a lorry chauffeur behind him (or her) flashed his lights to the rhythm of Ylvis' "The Fox" on the A96.
Or, rather, not to the beats, but to "ring-ding-ding-ding-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding" and "What does the fox say? Some commentators pointed out that a rider behind you at dusk, blinking his headlights for a few moments, could be frightening, but when they are tuned to Ylvis' cute melodies, they light up a boring street ride.
YouTube users seem to be Poles, and although we could not comprehend what he and his buddies said, we heard them say: "YouTube".
"The Fox, l'origine du daab ??"
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CLOCK:: And Ylvis apporte "The Fox" zu "Late Nights with Jimmy Fallon".
He greeted the Norway based theatre group Ylvis on scene to play their song "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" with the help of Theoots. Ylvis, made up of the Bård and Vegard Ylvisåker brethren, became an online superstar in September when they published a YouTube movie that inspired audiences around the world to wonder what a fox makes.
Both in the film and in last night's show they dressed up like chestnuts, singing and dancing together with a multitude of other creatures such as a steed, an bull and a seabird. Fallton and the soot even came on scene and put on their own fox outfits as they were joining the band on set.
Although the couple has been a well-known Norwegian act since 2000, it was "The Fox" that made them internationally known. The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" has over 100 million viewpoints on YouTube. On Friday the Brethren will take their fox uniforms to Rockefeller Plaza when they play their song on Today.