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The goal of Ylvis was to make the dumbest song with the most costly productions possible. Check out Ylvis' virtual song What Does the Fox Say? below:
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When Ylvis appear for the BBC's Children in Need this evening, much of the UK will not be able to get the song out of their minds. Here the Birdy song turns into a nightmarish dancing song pasttiche, chanted by crazy grown-ups into onsie' s screaming: "Ring-ding-ding-ding-ding-d-d-d-der-ding", "hatee-hatee-hatee-ho" and "wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow". Indeed, when you meet them in a fancy London room, they are astounded by the song's popularity, which was meant as a hoax but is already the number one in Cambodia and Lebanon and was a top 10 song in America - the first since A-ha almost 30 years ago.
However, their show is only seen by 300,000 Norwegians and routinely beat by an agricultural program. So, they wanted to make a silly song with high output value that was bombarded. It' charming illustration (and less annoying than the song). Bård says, "I trust that's not so.
So Bård asks the gathered set of show biz assistants if it bothers anyone if they have some of the meals that room services have had.