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  1. You're still here! :P First visit in like 3 years and just because I'm getting old and having lots of memories (30 years' crisis, ahem). I hope you are very fine and continue to write, draw, dance, film, being insanely creative when it comes to Mika...whatever you want to do :D

  2. Those are stellar! Thank you so much! Thanks ladies! But you can thank Sports Mode for those photos
  3. Thanks, and no problem! Glad I did whip my camera out now!
  4. Lovely report Jemma! Thanks for sharing, and yes, a massive thanks to Deb Also, what would taking photos be without the odd derp or two And his chair... I reckon Morrisons sponsored his concert
  5. Oh I know he talked about it yesterday I just couldnt remember the finer details, but thank you to you as well ^^
  6. Were we even at the same gig?? The crowd sat down during slow songs but always got up when the funkier songs came on. I also didn't think Relax was inspired by 7/7 attacks, I thought it was something that happened in Lebanon? Maybe someone else with a better memory can correct this.
  7. The last gig I went to before this one was October last year in London. Before then, about 3 years ago. My Mika madness has definitely died down and I had thoughts that this would potentially be my last gig. After 7.5 hour dance rehearsal I was completely shattered, but on I went to Zebranos to meet my fellow Fokkers and of course see some familiar faces! The atmosphere was really chilled, everyone was getting on and having a laugh, the food was free, and it was generally really lovely. And of course I met Blue Sky for the first time!!! We've known each other since basically the dawn of time on MFC, but as she's always in between Japan and Australia, we've never had a chance to meet. And whenever she's been on the European side, we've always missed each other So that was really, really great! After 9 long years!!! We finally made our way to the venue and squeezed in Row B (where some people were already being sneaky and sitting in our seats ). It was such a great view - it's been a long time since I've been so close to the stage! At first I declared that I was just going to enjoy the gig - no photos or filming - but that didn't happen As I was recording our rehearsals earlier that day I had my beast camera with me so I've got some decent shots which I shall upload at some point today or tomorrow. The gig itself was fantastic, and it really did feel like old times. Although I'm not that Mika mad fan that I used to be, it was great to revisit those feelings for a short while. He was energetic, he was smiling and really happy. Beautifully genuine. And how amazing to hear Rain and We Are Golden! The crowd was on fire! It was lovely to see Alex on stage again, and I thought the choir was a nice added feature myself. They performed very well in terms of stage presence and I enjoyed watching them! My only issue was that Mika voice was overpowering theirs and didn't feel like that their voices really had much impact at all, which is a shame as I'm sure they would have sounded amazing. Or maybe that's just me?! So, so pleased - maybe it won't be my last one after all! Although I would like to add that to all the fans that congregated in the road whilst waiting for His Royal Highness to come out... dumb. Ain't nothing worth that. Anyway after my super long day and my early start the next day I decided that 2nd row was good enough for me so left before Mika came out. All in all, great seeing everyone, great seeing Mika, great seeing a fantastic show and just lots of greatness all around
  8. THANK YOU *bows* Also thank to you Deb, perfectly written.
  9. Alright, let's go back to my Andrea Bocelli example. Because I am a foreigner at an Italian opera concert, should I hope he sings an English song even though the majority of people in the audience will be Italian and expect him to sing in Italian? Would that be fair?
  10. It is NOT weak to ask for English songs at an English concert. So what if there are foreigners at a UK gig? He must sing a song in a different language to accommodate them? I'd NEVER go to an Andrea Bocelli concert in Italy and hope he sings a song in English because I'm a f*cking foreigner, THAT is self-centered and absurd. His French songs are pretty irrelevant here - they've never been released here, I've never heard them on radio (in fact I've not heard him on radio for a very long time because he hasn't been here, despite being a British artist) and why would he promote them here anyway, because it's in French?! Not sure if you're aware, but foreign songs don't do too well in English speaking countries unless it's gone viral, like the Macarena or Gangnam Style. They're not on his albums here, so unless you're a super hardcore fan the majority of people in the Adelphi theatre probably didn't even know about it. I am not holding a grudge against anyone or any foreigners. It's not the French or Italian's fans fault that he's stayed in those countries for a very long so I can't blame anyone for that. What I am horrified at is that Mika brings up this non-issue of Jemma moaning at a gig 6 months down the line, where, if you watch the video you can see it wasn't even a problem then, but yet he sees fit to exaggerate the story by a hundred and paint her to be an evil being. The UK went THREE YEARS without a single gig and he sang a random French song when there are plenty of other enjoyable ones he could have sung instead for his UK audience. I am not against Mika singing songs in a different language, all the power to him. Truly. Just preferably not here, that is all. Hell, if people here wanted to here Mika sing in Franch live so much then maybe they can livestream his French concerts instead.
  11. MFCers may be drama princesses, but Mika is the goddamn Queen.

    1. tomomi

      tomomi

      Happy to see you here anyway :)

    2. Christine

      Christine

      Yes Mika is ground zero for this debacle. #butthurt #diva

    3. CazGirl
  12. I don't think he felt unsure about it at all, as he said that he KNEW how some British fans felt about the French songs but that he was going to sing them anyway. He even said at the beginning of the gig that it felt good to be speaking English and then he goes and sings a French song, so like... ??????? As I said, save the French songs for the French speaking audience who will appreciate them more. What Jemma said wasn't even harsh and vindictive like Mika was saying in that video, he way overstepped the mark and exaggerated everything, as he typically does. It's not like she actually insulted him or punched him in the face, Mika said "Not many people understand Boum Boum Boum" and all Jemma said "that's because it's in f*cking French". WHICH IS TRUE OH MY GOD. Seriously you people need to take a goddamn seat.