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Some people complain when I say Lady Gaga fans are the stupidest, and most uneducated fan-base a popstar can have. Some people also complain when I quote Lady Gaga and describe her fans as “moronic, retarded and idiotic” (her words).
After reading the next paragraphs, I doubt anyone will have the nerve to defend these little
monsters morons again.
My post on Lady Gaga using Madonna’s stage structure in Mexico has been widely reported - some people mention my blog, others don’t. I am just glad that other bloggers decided to point that out too.
But just as I expected, Lady Gaga fans and their twisted delusional minds, are saying that that is not Madonna’s stage structure. Really. The lengths these people will go pretending Lady Gaga is an independent, “Madonna-free” artist is unbelievable. This is actually sickening and worrying - where are these kids’ parents?
You will understand when you read what she says.
1) First of all, the title of her article suggests doubt:
“Did Lady Gaga “share” a stage with Madonna?”
Well, let’s take a look at their stage and see if there’s room for this type of questioning:
One would think that little monsters would have the decency of not denying the obvious. But hey, that’s the road they decided to go! So let’s ride with them.
“Did Lady Gaga “share” a stage with Madonna?”
The answer is a big and factual NO!
Lady Gaga did not share a stage with Madonna.
It’s the other way around, little moron Amy Sciarretto:
It is Madonna who shared HER stage structure with Lady Gaga.
2) The post on Pop Crush is also funny because they say I “suggest that Gaga had trouble moving tickets for the Mexico City date”.
“Suggest”, instead of “report”.
You know, a simple and easy search on NEWS agencies from Mexico would have told her that Lady Gaga had trouble selling her only show in the country, that Lady Gaga gave away thousands and thousands of free tickets to have the stadium half full. Ouch!
But if Pop Crush’s Amy Moronic’etto can convince herself that “Gaga having trouble selling her tickets in Mexico” was not a fact, but just a suggestion I made, I’m sure little monsters will find another lame excuse to convince themselves that Lady Gaga’s show was full and sold out - even with a video that says the opposite:
As you may know, little monsters are saying Lady Gaga’s concert in Mexico was, indeed, full and sold out. They say that the problem is that after Sheiße, Gaga fans thought the show was over, so they left the stadium.
But here’s a video of Sheiße, pause it at 2:23 and tell me how “sold out” it seems to be:
This is the image I want you to see:
What’s next, monsters?
Fans actually left the stadium before Sheiße too?
What about “fans never left because they never got in because they never bought tickets”?
The whole “people left after the encore” lame excuse is not going to do the trick.
Ticketmaster was the official vendor for that show, and this is the availability for Lady Gaga’s concert hours before the show:
As you can see, hours before her concert in Mexico, there were still thousands of tickets available on its primary seller for most of the sections in the stadium.
3) I love it how stupid, moronic and pathetic little monster Amy Sciarretto suggests that the stage only “looks similar to Madonna’s, but we cannot confirm that it is Madonna’s”.
She even suggests that “the stage structure belongs to the venue”!
How can she not be ashamed of herself? Can anyone be more pathetic than this girl? I am embarrassed for her and her family.
Is it so hard to admit Lady Gaga needed Madonna’s help?
I mean, Gaga relies on Madonna for her music, her videos, and her looks… using Madonna’s stage structure when her show is not making enough to cover the costs of being on the road is just a logical progression of Gaga’s dependence on Madonna.
Amy Moronic’etto says I don’t ”explain why the MDNA tour stage was there in the first place, especially since Madonna’s tour is hitting the Southwestern portion of the United States in recent days. Wouldn’t it stand to reason that Madonna is using her own stage?”
So here’s a complete explanation. Read and learn something, little moron:
Madonna’s tour is, in fact, hitting the Southwestern region of the USA. But Madonna is currently touring arenas here, not stadiums. Madonna’s last stadium concert in North America was in New York City. The next stop for her structure to go is, guess where?
And that’s exactly where Lady Gaga was last Friday, using Madonna’s stage structure.
I guess this Amy is so ignorant when it comes to touring, that she does not know the difference between building a stage in an arena and in a stadium.
In arenas, neither Madonna, nor Gaga need their stage support structure - the stage rigging hangs from the arena’s ceiling.
Here’s Gaga’s not so gigantic Styrofoam castle and its stage rigging in an arena:
On Madonna’s MDNA TOUR stage, here’s a little more info:
Madonna has FOUR stages on this tour, and this is how it works:
While she is playing one night in one city, the other stage is already being built in the next city, and the one from the previous show is already on its way to the following venue.
That’s how people like her manage to have back-to-back concerts in different cities even with such a huge production.
Madonna’s stadium stage structure is so big and heavy that it cannot be flown.
The only way to transport Madonna’s stadium stage structure is by trucks, semi-trucks - that’s how they did it in Europe and in the North America. In fact, that structure had to be built in each continent the tour was/is visiting.
In North America, Madonna needed her stadium stage structure for shows in Canada and New York. Then the structure was kept in a warehouse until it was transferred to Mexico.
In order to cut down the costs of having to transfer Lady Gaga’s original stadium structure (pictures above) to places she is not making money with her tour, Live Nation decided to use Madonna’s stadium stage structure instead. After all, Madonna will be playing in the same markets a month after, and her structure could easily accommodate Gaga’s Styrofoam castle underneath.
The bottom-line is:
Lady Gaga’s concerts in Latin America FLOPPED.
a) In Mexico she could not sell out her only show (which means a complete failure in comparison with the last time she was there).
b) In Peru, her tickets are being given out for free and the OFFICIAL DEAL is buy three tickets, get the fourth one for free (read here).
c) In Brazil, the official deal with the primary seller (click here) is BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE. It has not only been officially announced by the concert’s promoter (Riachuelo), but it has also been reported by the mainstream media: here, here.
d) In Colombia, the price of Gaga tickets were cut from $382,000 to $147,500 - plus all the new benefits: FREE TICKETS for those who already bought theirs, a $23,500 cash REBATE, and also full cash REFUND in case you are unhappy with their decision to give out free tickets. Click here to read it on a Colombian news agency page.
e) In Argentina, the official deal is also 2 for 1. Pay for one ticket, take two home. Check the official primary seller here.
Lady Gaga should have just canceled her stadium concerts in Latin America and transferred them to arenas and sports hall - it would not have been the first time. She was forced to do the same in France and Bulgaria.
Look it up, little morons.
It is not the first time Live Nation uses Madonna’s stage structure on other events.
Madonna has lent her stage structure for Wireless 2012 e Hard Rock Calling - where she played two weeks later.
I guess having her own stage already set up in the venue, or having it in town, ready to go - plus making a few extra bucks by renting it - is not such a bad idea after all: