Hungarian Figure Skater Ivett Toth Skated to AC/DC For Her Short Program

Hungarian figure skater Ivett Toth will not be challenging for a medal in ladies’ singles, but it’s all good, she’s randomly won over a legion of classic rock fans by performing to AC/DC’s “Back in Black” and “Thunderstruck” for her short program.

In a move that that likely scarred the judges for life, Ivett took the Gangneung ice in an all-black outfit highlighted by a leather vest featuring frontman Angus Young:

As for her actual performance… well, she mostly had positive grades of execution but was penalized heavily for a missed jump. She earned a score of 53.22 and ranks 23rd in a field of 30, which isn’t exactly great. But you’re not here because you deeply care about figure skating, so here’s Ivett rocking out on the ice to part of the “Supernatural” soundtrack:

Tara Lipinski called the song choice “interesting,” while Johnny Weir was sharper and labeled it a “nightmare.” Sensitive viewers took to Twitter to complain about their comments, because that’s just what you do these days:

Really disappointed at @taralipinski and @JohnnyGWeir ‘s commentary on all non-U.S. teams. Their snotty, negative comments, especially during Ivett Toth’s program, were a poor rep. for what the Olympics are about. It was refreshing to see something non-classical.

— christinaasako (@casakochan) February 21, 2018

Gee, so Johnny Weir didn't like Hungarian lady skater Ivett Toth's choice of music (AC-DC) so he felt the need to denigrate her… no, she is not yet medal worthy but geez, if you can't say something nice… 🤷🏻‍♂️🙄

— Paul Arcusa (@PArcusa) February 21, 2018

Again, I have no frame of reference, but I’m guessing Ivett Toth is a metal head! Ivett, I salute you🤘🏼Tara & Johnny, I salute you too 🖕🏼#Olympics2018 pic.twitter.com/HIfJhWHQWn

— Frankie Kazarian (@FrankieKazarian) February 21, 2018

Here’s the entire routine (from another competition) for the AC/DC diehards: