Not everyone is ripping strips off Amy's Birmingham date. She finds support from Andrew Lloyd-Webber, who took David Frost to see the gig.
You might consider that having Frost and Webber in your audience is as much a setback as turning up late, slurring your way through the songs and getting booed, but let's be fair.
Lloyd-Webber (and Frost) apparently had trouble understanding why the show went down so badly:
The original curate's egg, in other words.
"She made the mistake of haranguing the audience instead of letting it go."
Lloyd-Webber seems to put the blame for the show going wrong, you'll note, on the audience - as if people would have paid all this cash and come along simply to boo for no reason.
You don't think, Andrew, that this might be the problem? That people had paid A-list prices for an A-list show from an A-list performer and instead got just "occasional flashes" of what they'd come to see?