“The difference is the SONG. Ingrained in the American subconscious.”
tarowig on Apr 12, 2009 at 22:09:10
“True, but the montage of songs used in the T-Mobile version are all familiar and kind of tell the listener how to dance - no really slick choreography required so you see all sorts of people joining in (I particularly love the old granny busting out a few moves)”
Mar 24, 2009 at 22:21:32
“I will bet you $50 million he does not even perform in a quarter of those.”
InternationalObserver on Mar 25, 2009 at 07:40:03
“They 'sold out' only the 'allocated seating' for those 50 concerts. Someone in the media should ask the Promoters for a statutory declaration on exactly how many tickets were sold. If they *were* all sold they shouldn't mind confirming the numbers should they?
But they won't because what Promoters now do is to only release for sale a % of seat tickets. Then they announce that the gig is 'sold out'. Later they release 'new seat allocations' etc etc and everyone rushes to buy them because they thought the show was sold out.
The other trick is to release those 'new seat allocations' at a higher price, claiming they're trying to 'deter scalpers'”