Saturday, April 2, 2011
The Monster Ball
If somehow I would have been able to travel 3 years ago, and tell myself that I was going to go to one of her shows I would have laugh so hard because I hated her back then. The thing is that I hated her Poker Face song, I thought it sounded too robotic, too autoned, and she was just too eccentric for my taste.
As she went on becoming more famous, I stated to like her, I admiring her for using her fame as means to spreading important messages such as charity, following your dreams regardless of what people tell you, bullying, and trying to revoke "don't ask don't tell" (which i think is the most ridiculous thing ever), and spreading love throughout the world.
To me, this was my first Monster Ball, despite she had already been in town 3 times. First time she was here it was when I disliked her, then the 2nd time I wanted to go for my birthday, but tickets completely sold out. So this time was THE chance.
Her show is beyond amazing worth every penny! They are very hard to get because I bought my tickets on October for a show on March and the GA section sold out in a matter of 2 days.
She sang live the entire time, and changed outfits with almost every song. They changed the stage four times. Here are the songs she sang in the same order.
Dance in the Dark, Glittler and Grease, Just Dance, Beautiful Dirty Rich, The Fame, Love Game, Boys Boys Boys, Money Honey, Telephone, Born this Way (acoustic), You and I, So Happy I could Die, Monster, Teeth, Alejandro, Poker Face, Paparazzi, Bad Romance, and Born this Way.
I love the opening of the show... it gives me a strange feeling... like adrenaline running throwout my body (literally). I did recorded this one