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About teenagedreamer98

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    Mikafreak 4 life
  • Birthday 05/29/1998

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  1. I totally agree with you about the next London date! I really hope something will be confirmed soon, so we can get properly excited. My last gig before Shepherd's Bush was at the Palladium too, but I refuse to wait another three years before I see him again!
  2. Porcelain always makes me cry, not just because it's a beautiful song, but because it's the first song I heard Mika performing live. It brings back such special memories
  3. I have the exact same feelings - happy that I saw him, but sad that it's over. Hopefully he will do more shows later next year.
  4. That seems to have worked. Thanks a lot for your help!
  5. My current signature says that I saw Mika in 2016, but I also want to add that I saw him this year as well.
  6. It gives me the option to change it and allows me to edit the details, but when I click save it says something went wrong, and doesn't save my changes.
  7. Hi guys, not sure if this is the right place to post this, but I can't seem to change my signature and was wondering if anyone could help. Thanks!
  8. Hopefully he will confirm it soon, maybe once the tour is finished
  9. I've written a short review of the concert on my blog, if anyone's interested https://fionasfables.home.blog/2019/11/14/mika-the-revelation-tour-london-review/
  10. Hi guys I heard that Mika has mentioned in several interviews that he will perform in London again next year. Would anyone be able to help me find the interviews in which he mentions this? Thanks!
  11. I saw Mika in London yesterday, but I'm already feeling the post-gig depression. Anyone else who was there feel the same? I've heard rumours that he might perform in London again next year, and I really hope they are true. I don't think I can wait much longer until I see him again...
  12. I've only just arrived home and I'm exhausted after my busy weekend, but I have enough energy to write a little report about my amazing experience at this show! This was my second Mika gig, and I was very excited to see him again. It had been a long three years since I'd seen him at the Palladium, so I was really grateful that I could attend this show. I travelled to London with my friend on Friday and went sightseeing on Saturday, but obviously Mika was the highlight of my weekend! We started to queue at 5pm. Met some really lovely fans in the queue and had a great time chatting with them. Eventually the doors opened and we sprinted inside. Managed to find a spot that was fairly close to the stage, but not directly at the front. Unfortunately I didn't have the greatest view as I'm quite short, but it wasn't too bad. I wasn't particularly keen on the support act - they were a DJ duo, but they didn't interact with the crowd much. Not that I cared too much, because I was just so excited to see Mika! The main concert started around 9pm, and Mika opened with an explosive performance of Ice Cream. The whole concert was amazing, but my highlights were We Are Golden, Popular Song, Love Today, and Platform Ballerinas. We held up paper hearts during Tiny Love, and the smile on his face was adorable. He has such a genuine love for his fans. I went to the stage door after the concert in the hope of meeting Mika. Got speaking to some more lovely fans, which was fun. While we were waiting for Mika to come out, I saw his sister Paloma leaving. I waved at her, and she looked at me and smiled! Mika eventually came out and stayed for about ten minutes signing autographs and taking photos with fans. I was really close to him, so close that I think we even made eye contact at one point, but I didn't get to meet him. So near yet so far. However, I do understand that he couldn't stay for long, and I felt incredibly lucky to be so close to him! Overall, I had an amazing night and a great weekend overall. I didn't get to meet other fans at my first Mika gig in 2016, so it was really lovely to meet some of you this time! Trouble is, I think I'm already starting to suffer from post-gig depression. I really hope he will come back to London soon...
  13. I don't mind too much if I don't get a space right at the front, but so long as I'm close enough. I'm not as tall as some people, so I wouldn't like to be right at the back and not see a thing! But yeah, I was thinking of arriving sometime before noon, or at least spending time in the Shepherd's Bush area until a queue starts to build up. That way, I can hopefully get as close to the front as possible, and maybe meet some of you in the queue. I know it will be a fantastic day whatever happens.
  14. Only ten days to go - so exciting! I love the ideas for the fan action Just wondering what time you all are planning to queue. I'm hoping to queue as well, but not sure how early I'll need to be to get a good spot near the front.