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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.
Lady Gaga, once again, was forced to change into a smaller venue due to serious lack of tickets sales. This time, in Nice, France (where Madonna played to a sold out crowd less than a month ago, on August 21st).
Lady Gaga’s Born
This Way Reductive High School Ball was scheduled to October 4th at the Charles Erhmann stadium (same place Madonna played in August). According to Live Nation, that show was moved into the Palais Nikaia.
The Charles Erhmann stadium has the capacity for 50,000 people. The Palais Nikaia, which has a 9,000 seat capacity.
To be fair, the Charles Erhmann stadium holds 50,000 in concerts if the stage structure is small or center-field located (like U2). Which is not the case here. Lady Gaga’s structure is rather big in stadiums (not the stage itself, but its old-fashioned light and sound support structure). So the capacity for her show would be around 40,000 people. But she didn’t even sell half that number of tickets.
That’s why they transferred her concert to a smaller venue (9,000 people per night) and made it two (9,000 X 2 = 18,000). 18,000 is less than half of 40,000.
Such a desperate way of avoiding the fact that her shows are not as successful as the one and only Queen of Pop. Now, if she manages to sell out 9,000 tickets, she will have “sold out” splashed on her touring report, and not -50% attendance as it should be.
Madonna and her MDNA Tour, whose stage is bigger and takes more space in the field (and on the back and side views), played to a sold out crowd on August 21, 2012. Check one thing:
There are no “empty spots” of people in her show in Nice:
Madonna in Nice, August 21, 2012
I wonder if Lady Gaga will be forced to change venues in Paris, as well. You know, she was already selling her tickets with a 70% discount for the Stade de France concert. I am not aware if this desperate attempt at selling out a stadium worked.
It surely did NOT work well in London. There, her tickets were being sold in the previous weeks 60% off:
But, hey! When it doesn’t work, what do they do? They lie! Remember her “sold out” nights in London?
Here’s a picture of Lady Gaga’s second “sold out” show at the Twickenham stadium:
In comparison, here’s a picture of Madonna’s second sold out night at the Yankee Stadium in New York City:
OBS: Before anyone says the Lady Gaga London concert picture was taken before the show started, here’s a video:
On a side note: is that how her crowd reacts when she plays an “old hit”? The song that changed her “fucking life”? LOL. I’m cringing here.
You want to know how an entire stadium reacts when Madonna plays an old hit? A song that, I assume, changed her life? After all, “Holiday” was Madonna’s first classic:
Source: Le Parisien
Lady “I love my fans” Garbage showed her love to a fan in Romania.
A fan holding a piece of paper and a pen was aggressively assaulted by Lady Gaga’s security guards.
The violence was so excessive that, by the end of the video, you can see the security holding the guy down with a knee on the back of the fan’s head.
Are her delusional fans revolting? Is the media reporting the excessive use of force by her bodyguards? No.
And let’s make one thing clear: pushing him away would have been enough. But they were extremely violent to the fan.
Again: the fan was holding a pen and a piece of paper!
Let me point out one thing:
No one should attempt at approaching a celebrity in a similar context, uninvited or unannounced. When it happens, bodyguards and security will take action.
But the interesting thing here is that the media is okay with the excessive and violent attitudes of Gaga’s personal bodyguards. No one is reporting the incident. That’s how much the media protects Lady Garbage!
For the record:
A person also abruptly approached Madonna - uninvited and unannounced - at a social gathering (press junket) a few months ago.
There is a universal rule for press junkets (anyone who works in the press knows it): no one ever approaches the table where the speaker is seated.
Madonna was approached by a man holding a bouquet of flowers (he could easily have a small knife hidden in between the foliage).
Madonna’s security guards had common sense and assessed the situation properly: they approached the guy, observing him closely, then escorted him out.
No violence, no physical force.
Even Madonna’s bodyguards are better, more humane, and more professional than Gaga’s (you can see them escorting the man who approached her out with no violence here):
Now a fan, whom Lady Garbage allegedly loves, approaches her with a PEN and PAPER, her security guards use excessive violence - and no one has a problem with it.
Gaga’s supporters, the mainstream media, and the “lady” herself are hypocrites.
Lady Garbage is going to ditch the animal fur. Her bodyguards will skin her fans and she will wear them as coats. So edgy!
Fuck her security monsters.
Fuck little morons.
UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE
This might have been staged by Lady Garbage’s team.
What day was yesterday?
It was Madonna’s birthday.
The Queen of Pop was trending on twitter all day long since the day before with “Happy Birthday Madonna” messages and stuff like that.
As usual, Lady Garbage always does something in order to draw attention to herself. Every single time someone else is getting a lot of attention in the media, Gaga desperately tries to steal the show. I wouldn’t doubt this was a publicity stunt by her moronic team.
Let’s be honest:
If Lady Garbage doesn’t want such things happening, she would be more discreet (like Madonna is).
If Lady Garbage had been truly sick (as she pretended to be that night on stage), she would have chosen to discreetly leave her hotel, maybe use a DECOY (like Madonna does). But no. She was looking for attention.
When a real superstar is NOT desperate for attention, they hire decoys to fool paparazzi and fans outside their hotels:
While most people thought this was Madonna leaving the Ritz in Paris on July 11th, 2012…
…the real Madonna was having some private time with her boyfriend in another part of the city:
But Lady Garbage is NOT a real superstar. She’s a wannabe. That’s why she does those big entrances, or exits, and waving hands and blowing kisses every time she steps in or out her hotel. “Attention whore” is her middle name.
So, yeah, if Lady Garbage had been really sick that day (and needed to take care of herself), she would NOT have made a big appearance for the press in front of her hotel in Romania. But we know her, she craves the attention.
Not to mention that hiring a DECOY for Lady Garbage is much easier than finding someone to go through as Madonna:
All Gaga needs to do is find a short and ugly DRAG QUEEN, dress her up in garbage bag and let her out of a hotel.
She would fool everyone!
You can say whatever you want about Madonna, but she has become the biggest Pop Culture icon in history. And that has a lot to do with her detractors (one doesn’t become such an important cultural icon with a bunch of yes-men around).
Last night, during her “intimate” and “exclusive” “one night only” performance at the Olympia, in Paris, whatever her detractors were looking to accomplish, they ended up demonstrating how relevant Madonna is as a cultural icon.
The reassurance of Madonna’s status as the most important pop icon in the world started even before she stepped on stage last night in Paris.
On the YouTube page her show was broadcast last night, thousands of people clicked on the “dislike” button even before the show began. Yeah, that’s right. Even before Madonna went on stage, thousands of anti-Madonna people took the time to log on to YouTube (increasing the number of people viewing the event) to simply to “dislike” a show that hadn’t even started. And that is the greatest proof of her relevance:
At this day and age, people are so preoccupied with Madonna, that they feel the need to express their distaste/dislike for whatever she is doing, even BEFORE she does anything.
That’s how powerful that woman, as a CULTURAL ICON, is: thousands of people disliked her show on YouTube before it even started, thousands of people took a few minutes of their day to pre-judge something they had no idea what was about. The only thing those people were aware of was their preconceived notion about Madonna - and that is what a true ICON is all about. But that’s not all.
Last night’s event reinforced Madonna’s status as the biggest cultural icon not just because of the thousands of pre-concert disapproving viewers on YouTube. What happened inside the venue is what truly shows how powerful and relevant Madonna is:
A number of concert attendees booed Madonna after they realized the performance was over, and that she wouldn’t be coming back on stage after those nine songs. They booed, they threw bottles at the stage and at the event’s crew (at that time, they were already taking down her light and sound equipment).
The media, as usual, is loving it. Headlines go from “Madonna gets booed-off stage in Paris” to ”Madonna starts riots”. The funniest part of it all is that, however the press twists last night’s events, they fail to mention that by the time the crowd started booing Madonna, she was already halfway through her hotel in Paris.
The truth of the matter is that there was indeed a group of people attending the show looking for trouble. Whether the show was 50-minute long, or she sang two songs (or nine, or 20), they were there to do something “insulting”:
As many photographers captured with their cameras, a group of people in the audience held signs that called Madonna “SALOPE” (“slut” in French), or said things like “Addicted to our $$$” or “Madonna Moi Non Plus” DURING Madonna’s performance.
That is NOT a spontaneous reaction - that is a premeditated, well-planned behavior. So was the booing at the end of her show.
But of course, you don’t see the mainstream media talking about that. They just want you to think that Madonna did something to piss all her die-hard fans in Paris that night without mentioning all the facts.
But at the end, it doesn’t really matter who those people were, and what they wanted. Were they little monsters? Were they Marine Le Pen’s partisans? Who cares?
All that matters is that they made Madonna’s status as a CULTURAL FORCE even bigger.
You see, protests happen around/about icons that share a meaningful relation with the issue being dealt with. For instance, protests regarding the Economy happen in front of economic icons (such as Wall Street); Gay Marriage protests happen in front of iconic places where decisions regarding the issue are made: in front of a Church, or Capitol Hill, for example.
Now, Madonna’s concert is the place where people go to protest against whatever she stands for, whether politically, socially or as a cultural icon.
Extreme Right French people did not like Madonna’s opinion on Xenophobic Marine Le Pen? Lady Gaga fans don’t like the fact that Madonna is (and will always be) the biggest popstar in the world? It doesn’t matter who they were, all we know is that they made a very public statement during Madonna’s concert (in the venue and on YouTube).
At the end of the day, those people simply made a Madonna concert the place to protest whatever position they were discontent with, making Madonna a bigger cultural icon than before.
So yeah! Thank you Madonna detractors for reinforcing her status as the biggest Pop Culture icon of all time.
Such a has-been.
As the press and little morons say: “her shows are not filling up”.
What a shame:
In the crowd: Dannii Minogue (Kylie’s sister), the fabulous Jean Paul Gaultier, the beautiful Dita Von Teese, Bravo’s Andy Cohen, the always fun and fabulous Kelly Ripa, and recently out - CNN’s Anderson Cooper…
In the meantime, Lady Reductive is on a break from her tour, making arrangements, changing, and adapting her show - all based on the awesomeness the MDNA Tour is. She did it in the past, she’ll keep doing it.