Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Sanctuary, Oct 3, 2018.
They just pitched the song so it wouldn't get removed, it's not for demonstration purposes dd
dddd I thought it was a complete vocal rendering. You never know with stans.
You know songs like that, they are stories that people can identify with. You know what I mean, anybody. Children were singing the song at graduations. At weddings. At funerals.
The 'We Belong Togethers' <3
@RJF really tried it but miss @Sanctuary said no!
The fact that there's a fucking YouTube video for distribution of lines. I-
The power of K-Pop.
Ariana could have easily sold out a stadium date in Manchester. The fact that her only (so far) date in the city is a Pride event in a tiny venue means that getting in is going to be a mess.
Some poor fags are going to be sat on the pavement miles outside the venue listening to the faint sound of Cheryl's CD vocals of Call My Name and I can't wait to see it unfold on Twitter.
As most people expected, the song is apparently on Social House’s EP and was released to launch their career since they’re signed to Scooter too. We love a generous queen.
Can we move on to Angel already sis.
That's if they're lucky and they don't pump the instrumental by accident again.
I'm stocking up on snacks for the inevitable meltdowns that weekend. The thousandTs of straight white Amelias who think they're going to be getting their life with Ari and the gays but in reality will be on 7% battery and no signal passing around a warm bottle of rosé outside Piccadilly Station.
Also, I realise Manchester Pride is hardly a "regional" Pride event, but my experience when Pride gets to this level of attendance is that they end up being over-ticketed, poorly organised, logistical nightmares because scene queens more used to putting on drag brunches are mystifyingly in charge and can't scale up for shit and won't cough up for people who can. But we'll see. Manchester is a different beast.
Sounds dangerous to be honest if they've over sold by that many tickets.
I mean, it's not a case of them over-selling tickets more than it is them being deliberately cloudy about what your ticket actually gets you, which is access to the arena where the venue is. It doesn't, however, guarantee you access to the venue itself.
The thing is though, they haven't sold an Ariana Grande ticket to people, they've sold a pass to a Pride event which encompasses entry to various places over several days. The small print does state that you're in no way guaranteed to see an artist just because you have a ticket.
Can't wait for them to find this out after they've posted group pics in their matching H&M merch saying they're on their way to see Ariana before being denied entry to the arena
All I want is to bop to Kim Petras' 'Do Me', so if this shit show of an event stops me from getting into the venue to see her I'm going to become a home of phobe.
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