In March she performed as the interval act in Lithuania’s Eurovision selection, treating the audience to an English-Lithuanian mash-up of “Monsters”.
And on Wednesday Saara Aalto flaunted her linguistic skills once more with an acoustic cover of the song — in 34 different languages.
Wearing a stylish red-and-black leather bomber jacket and sitting at a piano, the Finnish polyglot glides through the national languages of every country competing at Eurovision 2018.
The video comes with captions that let you know which tongue she’s switched to and when. But to help you out we’ve listed them in order here.
The languages are: English, Swedish, Portuguese, Greek, Estonian, Dutch, Italian, Azerbaijani, Georgian, Lithuanian, Icelandic, Norwegian, French, Spanish, Armenian, Hungarian, Danish, Polish, Slovenian, Macedonian, Albanian, Czech, Ukrainian, Latvian, Croatian-Serbian-Montenegrin, Bulgarian, German, Russian, Romanian, Hebrew and Finnish.
Interestingly, there aren’t any notes on the piano and there isn’t a teleprompter in sight…suggesting Saara committed these difficult lyrics to memory.
The video, which racked up more than 100,000 views in a few hours, is Saara’s gift to her fans all over the continent.
Announcing the video on Twitter, she said: “Surprise! Here is my acoustic live version of Monsters in 34 languages (all the Eurovision languages)! Thank you everyone for being on this journey with me, this is my gift to you all around the world.”
We accept! And so do her many fans. A Twitter user named Kaisa-Leena Ahlroth wrote: “I do not remember when I last time cried listening to a #eurovision song. Today I did. Absolutely great! #Eurovision2018”
Saara Aalto sings “Let It Go” in 15 languages
This isn’t the first time Saara has dazzled with a cover in multiple languages.
In September 2016, she slayed the Internet when she sang “Let It Go” in 15 different languages…from Malaysian to Turkish!
Are you loving Saara’s latest acoustic cover as much as we are? How did she sound in YOUR language? Let us know below.