When she shaded Avril Lavigne I DIED of laughter. There was only a few people in the theatre ( ) so I shouted "SHADE HA!" and some gays behind me chuckled.
btw, would that happen to be any of you's?
↑ It's all in your mind. Take your chances, turn around. ↓
Madonna | Britney Spears
Rebecca & Fiona | Grimes | Azealia Banks
Florence + The Machine | Lana Del Rey | Marina and the Diamonds
Santigold | Sky Ferreira | M.I.A. | Missy Elliott | Kelis | Taylor Swift | Wynter Gordon | Ke$ha
The film/documentary is so well done. Her talent and goodness as a person comes across loud and clear. I love her connection with her fans–even bringing many on stage to dance. I loved seeing how the girls –by the 1000s–connect with her. They clearly are inspired by her authenticity, her courage to be who she is despite much pressure early on to conform to what others thought she should be. She writes from her heart and they identify. There’s a telling and wonderful scene where she is sobbing because of the breakdown of her marriage to Russell Brant and she has to decide whether she’ll do the show (20,000 people are waiting in the arena) or not. We all left the theater feeling happy. She’s that sort of presence.