Everyone thinks Germany's Eurovision song ripped off Titanium by David Guetta and Sia
Well, the Eurovision is back and it's as weird as always. How we missed it.
While certain people would absolutely love to see Britain win for one very specific reason, one performance has set Twitter ablaze.
Europe: vote for Britain. The reality of being made to host and pay for #Eurovision will irk the 52% no end.
— Matthew Ball (@Matt0791) May 13, 2017
It must be something special to upstage a dancing monkey, yodel rap and some weird Daft Punk eurotrash rip-off, but German singer and songwriter Levina has just the thing.
Her song, Perfect Life, bears an uncanny resemblance to the smash-hit tune by David Guetta feat Sia, Titanium.
Perfect Life, written by acclaimed songwriter Lindy Robbins, Dave Bassett, Lindsey Ray, was chosen via televote as the song Levina should sing to represent Germany.
Maybe they should have just sent Sia instead?
— BBC Eurovision🇬🇧 (@bbceurovision) May 13, 2017
germany: hey can i copy ur homework?
sia: yeah just change it up a bit#Eurovision
— b. (@divinesuga) May 13, 2017
— 🎤🐗 (@screbend) May 13, 2017
— Vivi (@smilesadore) May 13, 2017
— Leadley (@iamleadley) May 13, 2017
If you need some proof, here's the song.
Yeah, the lawyers might be involved with this one.