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Friday, 02 November 2012

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Lee

@ngl: I notice that more and more artists are reverting to hand-held microphones now. Having the mic close to your mouth obscures the mouth and makes it more difficult to see how much lip-synching is taking place... Just sayin'.

ngl

Well handled Madonna! Her reaction was totally different to that of her 1990 Tour technical problems- she let Freddy really have it then! Wearing two earpieces, which they all do now, couldn't be good for balance etc...with todays technology you would think they would have worked out another option. I don't know why Madonna doesn't just wear a head-set mike thesedays, it would free up her arms more.

Annie

It was one of the most amazing show I've seen despite the technical mishap.

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