No Angels - Celebration Tour + General Discussion

For a comeback you first have to even happen. Sad face.

Still a mega bop.
They didn't choose the right members for LaVive. Sadly.

Maybe all the Popstars acts could come back as part of a tour together, right? My favorite Popstars band were Queensberry, by the way.

Regarding No Angels, I hope they sang many songs from Welcome to the dance on tour, my favorite album by the girls.
 
Ouch, what's the tea on this?
Ticket sales were poor. They posted about having to cut some dates because not enough bought tickets and in the current climate between Corona and energy crisis, playing half full venues isn't justifiable,

The show was really bare bones, and even bigger cities like Cologne and Hamburg were far from sold out in the end. Someone heavily overestimated their pull. I guess people didn't thought they have it in them. The Berlin show was proof they had but just not enough assumable.

It was very sad because they are such great characters from what I saw. And it was very sad to see that the whole stage set up was most basic in the end because of it all.
 
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Yeah the tour looked really poor. Not even one LED screen.

Maybe they‘ll try again in a couple of years or just do some more festivals.
 
Senna…powerful vocals…
I loved Monrose to bits and was a mega-fan. But watching their season of popstars was the biggest cringe fest ever. None of the gals could sing except for one who didn’t make it into the band in the end. Of course with some vocal lessons and good vocal production made their music sound palatable, but great vocalists… … never saw it.
 
I loved Monrose to bits and was a mega-fan. But watching their season of popstars was the biggest cringe fest ever. None of the gals could sing except for one who didn’t make it into the band in the end. Of course with some vocal lessons and good vocal production made their music sound palatable, but great vocalists… … never saw it.
Just been to Mandy’s book presentation. It’s all about self love and all and she recommends to just do the jobs you really want to do and also take time for yourself in the morning, she for example does whatever she wants for one and a half hour. It was a steaming pile of shit; extremely deluded.

But back on topic I think No Angels could forever headline 2000s festivals and have a great income.
 
Just been to Mandy’s book presentation. It’s all about self love and all and she recommends to just do the jobs you really want to do and also take time for yourself in the morning, she for example does whatever she wants for one and a half hour. It was a steaming pile of shit; extremely deluded.

But back on topic I think No Angels could forever headline 2000s festivals and have a great income.

Ha! I’m officially dead after reading this post.
 
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Just been to Mandy’s book presentation. It’s all about self love and all and she recommends to just do the jobs you really want to do and also take time for yourself in the morning, she for example does whatever she wants for one and a half hour. It was a steaming pile of shit; extremely deluded.

But back on topic I think No Angels could forever headline 2000s festivals and have a great income.

ddd easy to say when she made money and can take time out.
 
I just think other countries don't do pop nostalgia as well as UK/US do sometimes not even the US. Like, the concept of a grown adult of 35 or 40 going out to see the band they liked at 12 years old isn't a thing as much for French or Greek or maybe German people (going by my friends). There's a 'liked these songs as a kid and that's it' thing going on instead. When I saw Anastacia last year so many greek people messaged me with 'she's still going, loved her as a kid'. There's also an air of desperation or cringe to seeing bands that were hot decades ago - which I hate! The greek Popstars band for example tried to reunite and the best they could get was one night PA at a gay club in Athens. I think other similar campaigns (like Oz, italian or french girlbands off Popstars also didn't happen for various reasons but also lack of demand, it's usually 2-3 members at a gay club or Pride event).

Whereas in the UK its pretty normal to go see your teenage faves on tour decades later, buy their music again and go to festivals and see them again. There's a reason the Spice shows remained UK only despite being stadiums and hugely successful in the UK.
 
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