Ice Skater Performs To AC/DC Song, Flashes Metal Horns At Olympics
Written by Sam Murphy on 27th February, 2018
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Hungarian ice skater Ivett Toth may not have bagged a medal at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang but the internet has certainly given her one after she competed to the soundtrack of AC/DC‘s ‘Thunderstruck’.
Toth performed her routine in South Korea to the rock classic dressed in a leather outfit with an Angus Young patch on her back.
If that’s not dedication enough, she also flashed devil hands towards the end of her performance, solidifying her place in the hearts and minds of AC/DC fans all around the world.
Unfortunately for Toth she didn’t score high enough to win a medal but she did beat her personal best to the song of her dreams so who is the real winner here?
AC/DC have had an unlikely influence on the 2018 Winter Olympics. Toth’s routine comes just days after it was revealed that Aussie snowboarder Scotty James was listening to a song by the rock legends as he boarded his way to a bronze medal.
Everyone who says that rock ‘n’ roll is dead should just make a trip to the Winter Olympics to see where it’s alive and thriving.
— Reiko Sinful Stuff (@Reiko_SS) February 21, 2018
Photos: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images / Rebecca Reid