Despite coming second overall in Eurovision 2018, there’s no dispute over who’s song came first in the meme stakes.
Eleni Foureira of Cyprus represented her country with the catchy song ‘Fuego’, which simply means fire.
Before the contest, Foureira was asked to explain what the title of her song meant in an interview.
She seemed to think it was pretty obvious, so she simply responded:
‘Yeah, yeah, fire.’
— Eveline Bouman (@EvelineMariaB) May 6, 2018
Since then, Twitter can’t get enough of the super hot phrase, and it’s become a meme:
— Eleni Foureira (@foureira_eleni) May 10, 2018
I just said “yeah, yeah” to respond to a question my Mum asked me AND YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW HARD IT WAS NOT TO SAY “yeah, yeah, fire.”
— Rebecca – Y’ALL DID FRANCE DIRTY! 🇫🇷 (@life_asbecky) May 7, 2018
I would rest in peace with this pic.twitter.com/z9JwlCZ9T0
— I Heard Them Calling yeah yeah fire (@lgranka) May 6, 2018