A grandma joined Five Finger Death Punch on stage to play air guitar at one of their recent gigs.
The Las Vegas heavy metallers were performing at the Oslo Spektrum venue in Oslo, Norway on Saturday (November 18) when they were joined by the unexpected guest.
The group returned to the stage for an encore, beginning with ‘Jekyll And Hyde’. After the song had begun, frontman Ivan Moody beckoned to someone standing side of stage to join them, only for an old lady to come bounding into view.
Throughout the song the woman danced along, threw up horns and played air guitar. Towards the track’s end, Moody gestured for the audience to give her a round of applause. He then gave her a hug and lifted her hand in the air as she bowed to the crowd.
Watch the moment above, via Rock Sound.
Five Finger Death Punch are due to embark on a short tour of the UK next month, where they will be joined by In Flames and Of Mice & Men. They are currently in the midst of a European tour, w which runs until December 15.
They will play:
Birmingham, Arena (December 17)
Glasgow, SSE Hydro (18)
Leeds, First Direct Arena (20)
London, SSE Arena Wembley (21)
Five Finger Death Punch released their latest album ‘Got Your Six‘ in 2015.