Britney influences lawmaking in Australia
Britney Spears has just recently brought her Circus to Australia and has already caused a wave of public protests against her lip-synching during the show.
The New South Wales Minister for Fair Trading Virginia Judge thinks ticket agencies should warn buyers about lip-synching concerts when they buy tickets, so they don’t feel cheated when they actually hit the gig.
Let’s be clear – live means live. If you are spending up to $200, I think you deserve better than a film clip,” the Minister said. “The NSW Government would be happy to look at options, such as a disclaimer on a ticket which would warn consumers a performance is pre-recorded.”
Britney’s been lip-syncing in the US, Europe, and now Australia. But it’s only here her pseudo-live performance got a nickname – “Mickey Mouse performance”. I just love it. You?
Do you think there should be some law to protect us from lip-synching at concerts?
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