Wednesday, 25 July 2012

I've been a Madonna fan for years and years. Lastnight was a disaster.Have seen Madonna many times but this was the worst for me sadly. I was in West 30 and for starters the view was rubbish. No atmosphere really Appaling ending Insincere Bit boringMadonna you are no longer MY queen of pop. :(Her coming onstage so late was unforgivable though, the diarrhoea excuse is funny but implausible, as someone who has stage fright I’m sure there are measures for that

Tutaj wiesci z Scotsmena i nieprzyjemne rozmowy na forum a ponizej ban na bron.
Zaczela by ciocia raczej od bana na wnoszony alkohol.
Z rozmowy We Dworze z Mikruska dowiedzila sie ciocia, iz ta nie byla szczesliwa rowniez. I troche z wystepy Madge i z organizacji. Mikruska widziala za to prawdziwe mordobicie! o naj. anych nie wspomiala. A byla juz na drugim wystepie M.
 Refleksja od cioci.
 Gdyby Mikruska tak oberwala jak ja.... to Mikruska pozbylaby sie juz glowy? a moze ochrona G4S ochraniala wlasnie te bojke i nie miala czasu na tlumienie zadym w srodku.

Dziekuje, ze ktos pyta o stan ciocinego lba. Guz zszedl wczoraj. Zal nie!
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  • Madonna defies gun ban at Edinburgh gig

    Madonna defied warnings from police to brandish a machine gun and a six-shooter pistol on stage at Edinburgh's Murrayfield Stadium last night (July 21).

    Local police had advised the Queen of Pop to not perform with pistols and an AK47 assault rifle – which she has used at previous shows including London's Hyde Park – on stage.

    According to the Daily Record, the warnings came before the Denver cinema shooting, but were reinforced following the Aurora mass murder. The newspaper claims insiders hinted officers would stop the show if she defied them. But police never intervened and Madonna played her first ever Scottish gig without a hitch.

    A spokeswoman for Mothers Against Guns told the Daily Record: "Madonna and her dancers using replica guns was always in bad taste but given what happened in Colorado it is even worse. She should know better."

    In an unconventional show, Madonna walked on stage at 5.10pm to run through a quick rehearsal. During the soundcheck, the singer apologised to the early arrivals and told them that the main show would begin at 8.30pm – half an hour earlier than scheduled.

    The 'Girl Gone Wild' singer even made reference to Bruce Spirngsteen's Hyde Park gig, which had the plug pulled by organisers for breaking curfew. She said: "I'm just running through some songs early. It's great to be here in Scotland. Due to your laws here they might pull the plug on me so if they cut us off suddenly, write to your local MP."

    This isn't the first time Madonna has caused controversy on her 'MDNA' tour, after sheflashed a nipple in Istanbul and placed an image of a swastika on a picture of French National Front leader Marine Le Pen during a show in Tel Aviv.

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