Saturday, July 02, 2005

LIVE 8: SEVEN FIFTEEN

And we think that makes a straight run of every TV appearance ever that Johnny Borrell of Razorlight has removed his shirt - we know his nipples more intimately than our own, we think.

Bob Geldof has come out on stage again, this time to show that CBC Drive video which Bowie introduced last time (why no Dame David this year?) and to introduce a girl who didn't die because of Live Aid. (Although, actually, that's slightly arguable of course.) Having used her as a trophy of how great he's been, he then handed the poor woman over to Madonna. Maddy gripped her with her claws and forced her stand, looking a bit bemused, in front of a billion people while she did Like A Prayer. Eventually her interpreter came to her rescue.

Wisely, Madonna has decided to stick tracks from before her career went dismal, although her unconvinced delivery of Ray of Light underlines just how much of a slump she's in. Not so much "I feel like I've just got home" as it's a bit like you've left your gumption at home, lady.


2 comments:

Simon said...

What I do like is that since the coverage moved to prime time, family oriented BBC1 all three singers have said fuck.

simon h b said...

During a teatime re-run of Green Day, they'd (probably inadvertently) left in a fuck from Billie Joe...

... but I imagine you'd have to have a heart of stone to ring in and complain...

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