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Live Earth, London
  • Ray of Light may have been the best performance of the night, with Madonna rocking out on an electric guitar and resulting in thousands of people jumping to her command

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      Ever since the announcement of Live Earth, the benefit concert to raise awareness for global warming, critics have been claiming the whole event as a hypocritical concert that will do more harm than good. Madonna, perhaps the show’s most popular headliner, fell victim to much criticism after it was said she left the largest carbon footprint of all the artists in the show.

      All this aside, she may not have saved the


      earth with her finale performance at Live Earth, but she certainly saved — and stole — the entire concert.

      Her setlist consisting of Hey You, Ray of Light, La Isla Bonita, and Hung Up was spectacualr throughout.

      Although her live singing voice has never been spectacular, the Queen managed to hit every note through her Live Earth anthem, Hey You, backed by a group of singing school kids.

      Ok, it was cheesy,


      • but it worked.

        Ray of Light may have been the best performance of the night, with Madonna rocking out on an electric guitar and resulting in thousands of people jumping to her command.

        La Isla Bonita brought a pleasant surprise to all when she introduced two members of Romanian band Gogol Bordello for an excellent mix of her hit; the song sounded fresh and her “gypsy friends” made the performance a fun

        number to watch.

        She finished her already impressive setlist with her classic, Hung Up, complete with her sexy dance moves and the infamous jukebox hump.

        All in all, despite criticism for her environmentally-unfriendly lifestyle, no one can deny that Madonna was the most impressive performance of the entire event.

        And even though the dancing and routine was recycled from her Confessions Tour, isn’t that what Live Earth set out to do anyway, recycle? =)




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