Ugh the Daily Mail are so uneducated as usual. The single was released on the UK that day and was #2 on iTunes thanks to pre-orders. It actually has done nothing but fall on iTunes since the performance. Of course she didn't fall on purpose. It's not a good look, and she must have been so embarrassed. I feel bad for her that people would be so cynical to suggest that she'd go this far for attention
I think the audio is just mixed differently in the arena and on TV. You can clearly hear on TV when she falls that there is the studio vocals playing alongside her 'live' vocals which stop when she falls. Maybe the backing was just louder in the speakers at the O2.
I'm confused, are you trying to agree or disagree with me? :toofunny:
I feel like the Oscar is pretty attainable. She just needs to get onto a big film and do a song for it. Now she's friends with Diane Warren, I'd say it's entirely possible - Diane has been nominated 7 times.
Your point? You don't have to be a singer to get a Grammy and those categories are just as valid. Just as you don't have to be an actor/director to get an Oscar...
Even though it will undeniably be good exposure for her and her image, I don't want her role to be seen as a vehicle to promote her music. That's tacky and people would see right through it. Nothing wrong with her using her singing talents within the plot i.e. Jessica Lange last season, but I don't wanna hear her latest single every time she walks into a room.
Ultimately, it's American Horror Story. Not the Lady Gaga show. She should contribute to it, not it to her.
It's kinda sad that it's literally the most relevant thing that has happened to her (in the UK, anyway) for years. I did kinda have to laugh, but it looked REALLY painful and I do feel bad for her. But she kept going.