Monday, October 29, 2007

Beyonce's World Tour

Ethiopia, in celebrating the much delayed New Millenium, did invite Beyonce to be part of that celebration in Addis Ababa.

And these 2 pictures were taken at that concert in Ethiopia.

No wonder the Malaysian government didn't agree with her performing in Malaysia.

Just look at that exposure of her skin.

Conditions to be adhered to while performing in Malaysia should be:-
* no hugging or kissing audience members or fellow artists
* no jumping or shouting
* no throwing objects on stage or at the audience
* no foul language
* AND OF COURSE NO SKIN from the tops of their chests to their knees

When I read "no throwing objects at the audience", I assumed that singers cannot throw themselves at the audience which is more of safety concern. 100% that the singers won't come out alive from the audience's grasp.

Well, Gwen Stefani did meet all those requirements in her recent concert in Kuala Lumpur and a Malaysian audience had an unforgettable night. I'm not into Beyonce's music but what's the hoo-hah about when the Malaysian government decided not to issue a licence for her concert. But the thing is was it the Malaysian government who disapproved first or Beyonce decided to shelve the idea of having the concert in Malaysia.

Black Eye Peas just held their concert in Genting (near Kuala Lumpur) last Friday and their fans enjoyed the music that were belted out. So, no problem with their kind of music and dressing was not an issue. I guess Gwen Stefani and Black Eye Peas wanted their fans to hear their music and gave them the opportunity of seeing them live in Malaysia.

You Beyonce fans can just take a flight over to Thailand and Indonesia for her coming concerts if you really like her so much. I mean if you really like her so much, what is the cost of air tickets/hotel accommodation compared to seeing her live for the first time or the umpteenth time. To me, Beyonce didn't put her Malaysian fans at heart.

Nowadays, the concert organisers are very careful with the government regulations as the organiser for Pussycat Dolls was fined by the local council (at the suburb area where the concert was held) for flouting decency laws. Will Pussycat Dolls come again?
Tags: Beyonce, Beyonce-Concert, Entertainment, Music, Gwen Stefani, Pussycat Dolls, Black Eye Peas



Anonymous jane said...

if only the m'sian audience got to see black eyes pea too :(

29 October, 2007 22:34  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

u mean u as the msian audience missed it?

they were here just last fri, too bad for u

29 October, 2007 23:28  
Anonymous parisukat said...

hmmm i guess your country is far too conservative

30 October, 2007 04:44  
Blogger flo said...

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