Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by slaybellz, Sep 19, 2020.
That bit of Levitating crossing over into Don’t Start Now... I’m bald you fucking asshole!!!!
We’re a third of the way through and they’ve given out one award.
The Don’t Start Now section slayed. As always.
Yaaaaaaaas Versace Doll!!!
She looked absolutely phenomenal and nailed Don't Start Now.
Nothing but respect for MY AOTY winner, Miss Peep
That basic dance she does during the bridge of Don’t Start Now is so cute
Dua looked good.
This feels refreshing cause there’s none of this “let’s go and see who’s in the audience” crap and the main focus has been on the performances and awards.
The premiere pop girl. Plate clean. Rent paid. AOTY secured
Whew! Jeeessus! That performance made my gay heart flutter like I was watching Britney circa 2001 or RiRi circa 2010. Dua darling,...let me catch my breath!
Damn she killed that performance! Her moves and looks are on point.
She's also had the most performance time so far, hopefully that's a good sign she wins something
The scenic design referencing the geometry of the album shoot... the pride lighting retro TV effects... the freshness and flavor of the arrangements throughout... Physical choreo references and a final dance break into the added outro??
This kills the cig.
Her sheer hunger to be a Pop Star has just about transcended much of the shit circumstances of the last year, and I’m really proud and impressed with her. The performance felt like quite the celebration of all she’s managed throughout the campaign.
Not JHud singing her heart out for MasterCard
This livestream I'm using playing Taylor songs during the ads (and god knows there's a lot of them) is one of my favorite things about the Scammys so far..
Dua Legend served, as usual
Dua finally infusing these performances with some actual star energy. Phew!
Bruno Mars? Bathroom break time
I can’t help but laugh.
Yeah, I've really enjoyed the set up so far! I'm not sure if it's just because it feels fresh for the show, or if it could actually work long term as an alternative to the way it has been done up to this point though.
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