German figure skater Paul Fentz skated to a swing jazz version of Oasis' "Wonderwall," performed by singer-songwriter Paul Anka.
Fentz fell twice during his performance and scored a mere 66.32, but he definitely won on Twitter, where reactions ranged from confused to awestruck.
The Pyeongchang Olympics isn't the first event where Fentz has performed this particular routine. He also performed it at the World Figure Skating Championships in Helsinki in 2017.
In recent years, "Wonderwall" has been (jokingly) revived thanks to a poking fun at the song's cliched lyrics and popularity among novice guitarists, making it a ... interesting choice for a figure skating routine. However, this is the , so we're sure to see some other interesting music choices as well.
Fentz is not the first skater this year to get attention with his song choice. At the 2018 Figure Skating Championships, Jimmy Ma skated to "Turn Down for What" by DJ Snake and Little John, drawing much amusement from commentators.
He also wasn't the only skater to take a tumble on the ice last night. American figure skater Nathan Chen during his routine, which surprised many viewers and commentators. However, he still placed fourth, far ahead of Fentz who .
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