Greta Thunberg belts out Rick Astley's Never Gonna Give You Up

It’s Greta-mania! Crowd of green fans scream hysterically as Greta Thunberg belts out Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up and dances on stage with a dungaree-clad companion in Stockholm

  • Greta Thunberg belted out Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up at a concert
  • Swedish green campaigner, 18, sang and danced to 1980s disco anthem
  • Miss Thunberg launched series of climate change concerts in Stockholm
  • She has never been shy about making her voice heard on the environment.

    And now it has emerged that green campaigner 格蕾塔·桑伯格 is also happy to raise it in a more musical manner.

    A video has been posted online showing 18-year-old Miss Thunberg singing as she launched a global series of concerts highlighting 气候变化 周六, belting out Rick Astley’s 1980s hit Never Gonna Give You Up.

    She has never been shy about making her voice heard on the environment. And now it has emerged that green campaigner Greta Thunberg is also happy to raise it in a more musical manner

    She has never been shy about making her voice heard on the environment. And now it has emerged that green campaigner Greta Thunberg is also happy to raise it in a more musical manner








    A video has been posted online showing 18-year-old Miss Thunberg singing as she launched a global series of concerts highlighting climate change on Saturday, belting out Rick Astley's 1980s hit Never Gonna Give You Up

    A video has been posted online showing 18-year-old Miss Thunberg singing as she launched a global series of concerts highlighting climate change on Saturday, belting out Rick Astley’s 1980s hit Never Gonna Give You Up

    The Swedish climate activist took to the stage in Stockholm along with Fridays for Future's Andreas Magnusson to perform the hit song

    The Swedish climate activist took to the stage in Stockholm along with Fridays for Future’s Andreas Magnusson to perform the hit song

    The Swedish climate activist took to the stage in Stockholm along with Fridays for Future’s Andreas Magnusson to perform the hit song.

    The event was the first in a series of 19 global concerts called Climate Live 2021, which aim to raise awareness and put pressure on world leaders ahead of Cop26, the global climate conference taking part in Glasgow in November.

    Miss Thunberg recently chastised Britain and other nations for ’empty words and promises’, accusing them of delivering too much ‘blah blah blahinstead of offering any real action.

    Miss Thunberg recently chastised Britain and other nations for 'empty words and promises', accusing them of delivering too much 'blah blah blah' instead of offering any real action

    Miss Thunberg recently chastised Britain and other nations for ’empty words and promises’, accusing them of delivering too much ‘blah blah blahinstead of offering any real action

    Video shows the green campaigner speaking to the crowd before reading out the lyrics: 'We're no strangers to love'

    Video shows the green campaigner speaking to the crowd before reading out the lyrics: ‘We’re no strangers to love

    这一点, another activist joined Miss Thunberg on stage, and Astley's hit played over the speaker while they sang along

    这一点, another activist joined Miss Thunberg on stage, and Astley’s hit played over the speaker while they sang along

    Video shows the green campaigner speaking to the crowd before reading out the lyrics: ‘We’re no strangers to love’.

    这一点, another activist joined Miss Thunberg on stage, and Astley’s hit played over the speaker while they sang along.

    Video footage of the stunt was shared on Twitter by Astley himself, who praised the 18-year-old campaigner.

    On his official Twitter account, Astley wrote: ‘Fantastic and Tack så mycket! Rick xIn English, the latter phrase translates to: ‘Thanks so much.