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Your a hypocrite paws dyke. Madonna copied Lady GaGa in the opening of the MDNA tour and you didn’t say nothing. Back in 2010 Lady GaGa opened the Monster Ball behind a screen, showing her shadow. Two years later, here comes attention whore Madonna doing the same thing. I dare you to publish this you stupid cunt.
In case you guys can’t see the image properly, this is what
Luigi Germanotta ilovethisbitchcrazy calls a copy:
Madonna opening her 2012 tour behind a screen, with her “
shadow” silhouette on display - a total “copy” of what Gaga did in 2010.
I have no arguments against that. Oh, wait! Madonna opened her first tour (the Virgin Tour) behind a screen too, back in 1985!
Madonna also opened her second tour (Who’s That Girl?) in 1987 behind a screen - we could only see her silhouette back then too:
Then in 1989, Madonna performed Express Yourself at the VMAs partly behind screens too, showing off her awesome
Oh, my #1 fan… please try again.
Madonna scored three awards at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas last night, May 19th.
I couldn’t be happier for her - she truly deserved the recognition on those three categories: Top Touring Artist, Top Dance Artist and Top Dance Album with MDNA.
The MDNA Tour was the top grossing tour of 2012 (it also became the second highest grossing tour by a solo artist in history, behind another Madonna tour). As a dance music artist, all the singles off of her latest record went to the #1 position on the Billboard dance charts. The album itself (MDNA) became the best selling dance record of 2012.
In other words: no one else could have taken those awards home besides Madonna. It’s good to see the industry recognizing it, especially in this day and age, where awards are exchanged for favors (usually in the form of “live performances”).
Congrats to Madonna, and everybody who made the MDNA Tour the top tour of the year.
If you don’t get the joke, watch the following video:
EPIX announced this morning that Madonna’s record-breaking MDNA Tour will be broadcast on June 22.
This is not the first time EPIX broadcasts a Madonna concert. Her previous tour, Sticky & Sweet, lauched the network - premiering on its first day on air, four years ago.
The MDNA Tour became the #1 tour of 2012, and was seen by over 2.2 million people around the world in 88 sold out shows.
I cannot wait to see the motherfucking show again!
What happens when Madonna is not on tour?
On a serious note, Madonna has already done another project in collaboration with Giovanni Bianco, Arianne Phillips and Steven Klein in early February, besides her secret project with Klein filmed/photographed in Argentina in December 2012.
I say new video project + magazine spread. Any suggestions?
Charlie Hides, be careful, monsters will start sending death threats in 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5…
Who do you think is number one?
THE QUEEN OF COURSE! M-Dolla!
That should come as no surprise.
Have a look at the top ten:
2. Bruce Springsteen
3. Roger Waters
4. Van Halen
5. Kenny Chesney
6. Dave Matthews Band
7. Tim McGraw
8. Jason Aldean
10. Justin Bieber
But what DOES come as surprise (not for us) is that Lady Gaga is nowhere to be seen, despite having the 6th grossing tour of 2012.
Where is Lady Gaga ranked, the poor thing….?
#20?… God no.
#30?… Errr no
#40?… LOL NO!
Despite having the 6th highest tour gross of 2012, Lady Gaga is NOWHERE to be seen on the top earners list.
Why do you think that is Little Morons?
It’s because her tour (with limited amounts of tickets being sold + give-aways) was BARELY breaking even. And that just proves what we, at PDLM, have been saying ALL along. If Lady Gaga had sold out every date in 2012, she would have appeared on this list, after all she landed in the top ten grossing tour of 2012.
Numbers people. Numbers.
About Madonna, Billboard says:
“Thanks largely to her blockbuster MDNA tour, the Queen of Pop reigns at No. 1 on the Moneymakers list for a second time. (She first crowned the tally for earnings in 2008.) MDNA was last year’s -biggest tour ($305 million gross), and the No. 10 top-grossing trek of all time. The 88-date tour earned Madonna an estimated $32 million in 2012. The globetrotting tour also supported her MDNA album, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and generated $1.5 million in physical and digital album sales for the artist. Her first studio release under a 360 deal with Live Nation,MDNA was released and promoted through Interscope, with U.S. sales buoyed by a promotion in which tour ticket buyers had an option of receiving the album as part of their purchase.”
First Facebook reveals their 2012 trends list and Gaga doesn’t even appear on the top 10 most talked about public figures (while Madonna is at #6). Then Miss Germanotta loses her crown as the most followed celebrity on Twitter to Justin Bieber. Then YouTube decides to clean its closet, revealing that over 156 million views Gaga had on her VEVO channel were fake. Now this:
“When we consider how busy Lady Gaga has been over the course of 2012, her fall in online popularity is astonishing and even more so if we consider the influence of the internet in launching her career. In April 2012 she commenced the Born This Way Ball and then in August she launched her own fragrance, appearing in cities across the globe to promote this. She also lost and gained weight controversially, after admitting to suffering from an eating disorder, openly discussed her use of drugs and appeared at London Fashion Week.The declining number of searches, which is lingering dangerously close to the level it was when she burst onto the scene in 2008, indicates that we are all a little bored with Lady Gaga’s antics!”
Does it come as a surprise?
Of course not. I’ve been saying this for a long time: Lady Gaga is on her way to Lauper Land. These charts and lists only prove what I have been saying on this blog since I started it a year ago.
We can also point out that Lady Gaga has fallen not only on the Internet, but also in real life. her current tour, the Born This Way Ball, had its ass kicked by Madonna’s MDNA Tour, her latest album (Born This Way) sold less than both her first and second releases (Fame and Fame Monster). And even Jennifer Lopez toppled her from the top spot on Forbes‘ Celebrity 100 last year, as Queerty points out.
In my opinion, Lady Gaga will do better if her next album/singles also underperform on the charts. It will be a huge embarrassment for her to have a hit album/single being considered a comeback only after 4 and a half years in the business with two and a half albums under her name. Embarrassing! But that do you think about it? [comments section below].
Moment Factory, the Canadian team behind the visual of 12 songs of Madonna’s MDNA Tour, gives us an exclusive look at the creative process behind the MDNA Tour.
So what about you? What is the most [visually] impressive part of the MDNA show in your opinion?
Funny, yesterday some little
monster moron said Madonna was hiding her numbers from Chile as if revealing them would change the fact that the MDNA Tour is the #1 tour of 2012. I guess he supposed the show was a disaster:
But hey, lucky Luc, Billboard Box Score was updated today, and guess what?
Despite the heavy rainfall in Santiago the day of the MDNA show causing accidents, chaotic traffic, fallen trees, power outages, and a shorter MDNA set (which we discussed here), Madonna still had a greater attendance than Lady Gaga in Santiago.
By the way, the night Lady Gaga performed in Santiago, there was no heavy rain, or power outages, or floods in the city. So what’s her excuse?
This is how the weather was in Santiago, Chile, the day of Madonna’s concert there:
And still, when it was showtime, this is how the stadium looked:
The numbers of Madonna’s show in Santiago, Chile under those circumstances are:
The numbers for Lady Gaga’s Born to Flop Ball are:
Yes, you read that right:
Under heavy rain and a chaotic day, Madonna played to 5,209 more people than Lady Gaga in the same venue (even though Gaga says her show was sold out too).
But that’s not all, this 5,209-more-people difference at the Madonna show means Madonna made US$1,017,894 more than Gaga.
Oh, and before you little morons say “that’s because Madonna’s tickets are more expensive”, let me point out that the average price for both concerts are not that different: Lady Gaga’s average ticket price for that concert was $296 and Madonna’s $330.
Anyway, Madonna’s third visit to Argentina, with multiple shows there, was also more successful than Lady Gaga’s first and only show in the country:
MDNA Tour: Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina December 13, 15, 2012
Total gross: $10,820,041
Price range: $328.01, $51.25
MDNA Tour: Estadio Chateau Carreras, Cordoba, Argentina December 22, 2012
Total gross: $5,566,393
Price range: $244.70, $30.59
Even though Madonna had three shows in Argentina, her average attendance per show was 45,786 people in the audience, while Lady Gaga’s only show in Argentina had 45,007 people in the audience.
That means the MDNA Tour 2012 is now the 9th most successful tour in history. It also is the 2nd most successful tour by a solo artist. Who’s #1? Madonna, of course.
Madonna, 30 years in the music business and still kicking the competition to the curb.
Not all of you know this, as the mainstream media is trying to hide this from you, but Lady Gaga has already cancelled one show of her North American tour:
The show in Atlantic City, NJ, scheduled to March 2nd, has been cancelled. Right now, only Yahoo! Sports is talking about it - and that is because they are discussing about a sports event that was re-scheduled because of the Gaga concert that now is NOT going to happen anyway.
Do you have any idea of how alarming this is?
Atlantic City is in the Tri-state area. It’s like two hours from New York in a bus. It’s a casino town. And not even that was enough to make the Born This Way Ball a success in that city. Ticket sales were so poor and so low, that they cancelled the entire thing.
It is truly alarming when you cannot sell out a show in NJ, in a casino town like Atlantic City, a couple of hours away from NYC. But that is not a surprise. Lady Gaga’s tour is suffering so much, that not even her Los Angeles shows were sold out.
Even the Los Angeles Times, which published a positive review of her show in the city, couldn’t lie about it:
“Unlike her last visit to Staples, in 2011, Sunday’s gig didn’t feel packed to the rafters. (At press time, tickets for Monday’s show were still available).”
When you cannot sell out a show in NYC, Atlantic City, or LA; you know you’re in deep trouble. Those are high profile cities. She failed to sell out both of her shows in Los Angeles (as reviews attest). What will happen in NYC and Atlantic City’s bigger sister, Las Vegas (also, a high profile city and a casino town)?
[Lady Gaga performing to a not-so-packed Staples Center, Los Angeles, January 20th]
Little monsters are desperately saying Lady Gaga “moved” her Atlantic City show to a different venue, to Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, PA.
Seriously. They are actually saying that this was just a change of venues.
Yeah, sure… Lady Gaga simply changed venues to accomodate more people, right?
So she moved the show to a completely different city and state, over four hours away from Atlantic City.
No, my beloved little monsters. That was no change of venues to accomodate more people. That was simply a show being cancelled, and another one being added on the same day as a cover up.
Had the ticket sales for her show in Atlantic City been successful, she would not have cancelled it at all. Lady Gaga would have either rearranged dates, or simply added the PA show to one of the several free days she has in between shows in late February / early March - just like Madonna did:
Madonna pushed back the day of her concert in Rio, so she could add a second show in Medellin, Colombia. Madonna rearranged dates to perform more shows. That’s NOT what Lady Gaga did. Lady Gaga cancelled one show due to low ticket sales, and scheduled another on the same day as an excuse.
You can check all the free dates Lady Gaga has in between shows that could have accomodated both. Including between her performances in Philadelphia, New York and Washington DC. But the problem was not “not having free days” to add a new show, the problem was POOR TICKET SALES.
Deal with it.
Gaga Garbage having another one of those coke delusions she allegedly customarily has, or is it her butt-hurt delusional ego talking?
Yeah, suuuure, Lady Gaga.
But something tells me “the highest paid stripper in the world” (so to speak) was stripping down on a different tour. Wanna know who told me that? Click here to find out.
Lady Gaga and her ever-present Madonna-Wannabe complex. It’s become a joke already.
Born Flop this Way Ball starts its US leg tonight in Tacoma, WA. And guess what? Not much has changed since I last talked about the Tacoma show, two weeks ago (here).
In fact, there are still several thousands of tickets available on Ticketmaster - the primary official concert ticket seller. As of now, January 14, 3:23 pm (a few hours before the concert), this is the ticket availability for Gaga’s tonight show in Tacoma:
[Cick on image to see details on a different page]
pathetic interesting thing about the current state of the Flop This Way Ball is that Lady Gaga’s fans, the little monsters, still deny the alarmingly low rate her tickets are selling. Look at what this little monster moron told me on Twitter:
Bless your heart, @ZackFraser. But no, if there was “ONE single seat [available] in a section”, that section would NOT be shown in those tones of blue, which go from medium, to medium-high and high availability (of seats).
I know, I know, it’s still too dificult of a concept for little monsters to understand, so let me help you with an image:
As of now (and I mean right now), there are only 6 “sold out” sections at the Tacoma Dome: sections 5A, 19A, 1B, 2B, 3B, and 17B. Note that they are all far from the stage, the nose bleed sections. In other words: the only sold out seats at the Gaga’s concert, hours before the event, are the cheap ones.
All the other sections have medium to medium-high availability of tickets, including the floor (medium-high availability). And worse: this is Lady Gaga’s ONLY concert in the city.
On the other hand, Taylor Swift’s concert in Tacoma is already sold out - seven months in advance! Taylor Swift’s RED Tour hits Tacoma on August, 31 2013, and you won’t find any tickets available on Ticketmaster:
This is highly embarrassing for Gaga - I mean, it would be embarrassing for Lady Gaga if the mainstream media reported the truth about her flopped tour. But don’t worry, little monsters, the media will lie about her numbers and say she “sold out” arenas and stadiums anyway - even when she clearly did not sell out any venue.
Here are two classic examples: Lady Gaga had 5,000 or 10,000 people less than Madonna in the same venues, but Billboard still reported Gaga’s shows as “sold out”:
Shady Gaga has the mainstream media on her side, over-hyping her generic music and hiding the facts about her declining career.
If you live in Tacoma, WA and want to attend Lady Gaga’s concert, go to the venue around 7.30pm and wait til last minute. They will be selling her tickets for only $15 at the box office tonight (close to showtime) - just like they did in Vancouver two nights ago.
And speaking of Vancouver, even though they officially sold tickets for $15 at the box office on the night of her shows in the city, Gaga still couldn’t fill up the arena! Check out this pic: Lady Gaga in the middle of her runway and thousands of empty seats on the second level:
But hey, I might be wrong, who knows?
Maybe Lady Gaga did indeed “sell out” her Vancouver show. Those “empty seats” might not be really “empty”. They must have been taken by a couple of thousands of her ghost followers on Twitter. Oh, gee, I’m so funny!
Can’t wait to see the doctored press pictures of tonight’s show in Tacoma, WA.
Ever wonder what Lady Gaga and her team will do to make sure they put more people inside the venue?
Lady Gaga announces on Twitter that you “don’t have to have a ticket” to visit her Psycho Bus.
Once you’re there, and they still have thousands of unsold tickets on Ticketmaster (her official and primary concert ticket seller), they will distribute them to those people visiting her bus.
As of 6.32 PM (Eastern time), thousands of tickets were still available on Ticketmaster:
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