If it hasn't arrived already, one of your mates is probably about to email you this YouTube clip, or send you to the pjotro.com website to see a funny clip of a guy (is he David 'Elsewhere' Bernal?) in a green suit, dancing and making crazy electro sounds. It seems like a shame that, right now, Britain's highest form of art is the corporate-funded viral video (i.e. this show at the ICA). In this case, you can just imagine gang of 30-something Barleys sitting round in Clerkenwell:
Dude A: "Well, Nokia have given us £MetricFuckton of cash to do something innovative and creative and viral. Obviously we've spent 3/4 of the budget on gak, so what are we going to do?"
Dude B: "There was that one guy from that one website, McRorie. That was some funny shit! Lets rip it off and spend loads of money on it!"
But the thing is, McRorie is real, and this isn't. And the whole thing is an attempt to promote Nokia's lamentable N91 phone, which is a first-generation iPod Mini strapped to a year-old brick phone. It does make me wonder whether the Lordi/Eurovision thing was another elaborate Nokia-backed prank, masterminded from a open-plan hotdesk somewhere near you... (Thanks, Ash)