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You must of been the most stupid hater on tumblr. Lady GaGa does not lipsync. She does it all live all the time. What your calling lipsync is just the backing vocals, she has other singers with her. TBTWB tour will make over $300 million. This is GaGa's secong tour. I bet Madonna couldn't make that much money with her second tour.
But I had to translate it to English to understand most of it.
“You must of been the most stupid hater on tumblr”.
Oh! You mean “You must be the most stupid hater on tumblr”? “you must have been” does not fit here, sorry.
“She does it all live all the time”.
All the time. Like during the chorus of Judas?
Or is it “live all the time” like here?
[that’s when her microphone failed, but you still could hear 80% of the song’s vocals]:
“What your calling lipsync is just the backing vocals, she has other singers with her”.
You mean, “what you’re calling lip-sync is just the backing vocals”?
Sorry to inform you, but those vocals were not “live” done by Lady Reductive’s backup singers. They were pre-recorded vocals. Just like in the album.
And you see, she is using pre-recorded vocals as the MAIN vocals in her show. That’s not “live all the time”. I guess “the most stupid person on Tumblr” must be you, honey.
“TBTWB tour will make over $300 million. This is GaGa’s second tour. I bet Madonna couldn’t make that much money with her second tour.”
“GaGa’s second tour”??? Wait:
Lady Gaga’s first tour (which covered The Fame album):
Lady Gaga’s second tour: The Monster Ball (which covered The Fame and The Fame Monster albums):
Then it became a different tour (which could be considered a third tour, but I won’t force your hand here):
The Monster Ball - Part II:
Then finally, her THIRD tour, The Born
This Way Reductive Ball:
I know this is too complicated for someone like you to understand, but Madonna’s second world tour happened in 1987. The figures (money-wise) at that time were completely different. And still, the WHO’S THAT GIRL WORLD TOUR was one of the biggest tours in that year.
Not that it matters, but that tour made over $ 23 million dollars in 1987. In today’s money, that’s above $250 million dollars - in only 37 shows.
But you see, I don’t have to tell you that, you can do the math yourself!
Check the numbers (I’ll pick two cities, for example):
In Osaka, 1987, Madonna sold 89,996 tickets (sold out performances) and made $888,773. A lot of money at that time. Compare it to Madonna’s Confessions Tour:
In Osaka, 2006, Madonna sold 50,623 tickets (sold out performances), but she made $7,379,553. It’s more than 8 times the amount of money from 1987 with less concerts than in the 80s.
The same projection is valid for every other city in the world. Compare them yourself, brainless little monster:
But it doesn’t matter, anyway.
Even if you don’t see that the figures ($$$) were different in 1987 from what they are now, there’s one important thing you cannot forget:
At that time, musicians made money selling records, which doesn’t happen now.
Madonna’s third album, True Blue, sold over 30 million copies worldwide.
Lady Gaga’s Born
This Way Reductive album sold a little less than 6 million units (of all the 8+ million shipped). Ouch!