I was sinking further and further into my chair as she struggled. It was just so embarrassing. She said her mum, Cissy Houston, was in the crowd, so I hope she at least gave her a talking to at the end. I was one of several hundred who also walked out during “I Will Always Love You” in my seat section, whilst some stayed and boo-ed.
“Shit-ney” was being yelled by the information desk as people were queuing up toÂ find out where they could get a refund. We all know that’s not gonna happen. Some people had paid almost 300 pounds for a ticket — thankfully not me, but my six tickets weren’t cheap either — and I’d be pissed if I’d paid that much. It was all everyone could talk about on the way back to the subway station; how disappointed they were, and how they suspect she’s still not fought all her demons. She seemed, you know, not quite “there.”
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