Konosuke Takeshita Performs A-ha's 'Take On Me' At AEW Double Or Nothing Fan Fest

The sweet synth sounds of A-ha live on at AEW Double or Nothing Fan Fest.

On May 27 following a live edition of AEW Rampage, the folks at All Elite Wrestling set out for a night of karaoke. The event, which was part of this weekend's fan fest, saw the likes of Bryan Danielson sing Backstreet Boys, John Silver sing *NSYNC, Rebel sing Journey, and many more.

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One of those to take the stage was Konosuke Takeshita, who belted out A-ha's iconic 1984 hit, Take On Me. The Norweigan group, who also performed the theme for 1987's The Living Daylights, hit some high notes in their songs, though judging by the crowd's reaction, Takeshita cleared them with flying colors.

He took to Twitter after the performance to say that this was the first time he sang a song in English in front of a large group of people. Luckily, he had some liquid courage to help him along.

A few of the other performances have been included below for your enjoyment.

Also set for AEW Fan Fest is a BTE Championship Match between Christopher Daniels and Adam Cole.

Fightful will have live coverage of Double or Nothing on May 29 beginning at 7 p.m. ET. You can view the updated card for the event by clicking here.

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