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Old 02-16-2007, 05:34 PM   #31
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I've watched a little bit of Brits on YouTube and I really liked Scissor Sisters' performance.

I nearly ended up going to their show in Melbourne last Friday when one of the girls at our work had a spare ticket she wanted to sell... turned out her boyfriend sold it to one of his mates just when I was e-mailing her back,

Brits look a lot more fun than Grammys, or maybe it's just that the British accents automatically make everything more appealing,
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Old 02-16-2007, 06:05 PM   #32
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Scissor Sisters were alright but I Don't Feel Like Dancing isn't the most spectacular opener in the world
I didn't think it was up to much. I've saw them live and I wasn't really fussed either, think they are just aren't my cup of tea. I know so many people who rave about them.
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It probably doesn't take much for an awards show to be more fun than the Grammys.
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the worst thing about the brits....

hamish hamillton directing!

C'MOONNNNNNNN!!!! C'MONNNNNNNN!!!
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Old 02-17-2007, 03:32 PM   #35
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A wee bit, but Noel made up for it in general
Ah right. Sounds pretty much par for the course with Oasis these days...

I thought Corinne Bailey Rae's performance was great. One of the best of the night IMO.
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It probably doesn't take much for an awards show to be more fun than the Grammys.
I was thinking how that was a dull Brits compared to other years. But then I saw some of the grammys on tv today and i watched about 20mins of it and was bored out of my brain.
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