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Professional review of Funhouse Tour 09


AMSTERDAM - Already on the third day of the promo-tour for the new album Funhouse, a colourful party, led by Alecia Moore aka Pink, see's our country. Nothing was too much to treat the fans with a wonderful musical spectacle.
After a short introduction with images from the tough Pink and AC/DC's Highway To Hell, the immense curtain falls and we see a beautiful stage that represents her so called Funhouse.

Dressed in a red, sexy outfit, the woman for whom the stadium is filled tonight, rises out from the ground to kick off the show with a track from the new album: Bad Influence.

It looks like a tame start, because when the second hit Just ike A Pill starts, the Rotterdam crowd goes wild.

The exceptional sex appeal from our main character has it's climax when Pink has her own Madonna moment dressed in a (kanten niemanddalletje??) sexy outfit and crawls over a couch and is touched by her own hands and also gets touched by hands from others during Touch Myself.

Who thought that after DLMGM this was the best ever enthusiasm in the Ahoy, they were wrong. When Pink's no-1 hit So What is started the fans go out of their minds and it shakes the Funhouse of their idol.

Then it's time for serious business. With just the piano and the violin Pink brings a truly beautiful and also full of emotion version of Family Portrait, where she sings about the divorce of her parents.

From this goosebumps-moment we see how Pink jokes with herself about the great guitar player she is. She takes the guitar and plays I Don't Believe You.

With the lines "I'm save up high", Pink gets in the ropes and as a true trapeze artist she performs the song Sober on the trapeze. Hanging upside down, turning around, this tiny woman still knows how to sing in a way many singers can be jealous of.

Then it's time for some covers. She changes outfit and comes back as Freddy Mercury, complete with yellow jacket and hat, and sings a worthy version of the classic Bohemian Rhapsody. Gnarls Barkley's 'Crazy' is also sang and the show ended with confetti and glitter with 'Get The Party Started' and 'Glitter In The Air'.

An impressive choreography, extremely capable musicians, fabulous background singers and a woman whose talent cannot be described in a few words, this saturday night was one to never be forgotten!

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