All in all the girls were fine vocally but there's nothing wrong with having high expectations of 5 singers who have been in the business for over 7 years now and are more than a little practised at performing live. It's not about wanting note-perfect, polished vocal performances. Nadine may go a little astray or have a vocal wobbly from time to time but she packs so much gusto, soul and conviction in that it doesn't matter. But the likes of Cheryl and Sarah busting a gut with expressions of pure pain on their faces just to belt out some less than challenging notes is a bit ridiculous to me.Originally Posted by RhythmNative
Clearly you enjoyed the Broken Strings performance but I doubt your comprehsive list of high points is why Sky1 left it in, they cut Womanizer which is a sure-fire crowd-pleaser so it seems odd that they wouldn't opt for an album track to keep the fans happy. I also find it funny that the fact that Kimberly has elevated herself to the level of a competent pub singer has drawn gasps of admiration from her fans.
I don't mean to be critical simply for the sake of it, there were highlights and low-points to the show and, for me, the vocals weren't as tight across the board as I thought they'd be 4 tours in. Anyway, me saying that there was a few 'ropey vocals' is hardly a damning appraisal.