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"I'm not contagious, I promise": Rosa lifts the roof in the first show



  From the hospital and back to the stage, the star delivers the goods in a sophisticated style.

Without hospital and back on stage, the star delivers the goods in emphatic style.

This is not a show for those who easily get it. Even watching Pink can be stomaching, never more than when she rotates over the ground with her neck and ankles just supported by a dancer's feet, she has to trust her life.

What Pinks's stomach passes when she turns and flips around the arena for big pieces of the two-hour show is hard to imagine, but it's strange that she's not always dizzy. On top of all she's able to sing.

Turn from a chandelier (take it, Sia!) For an open fire Download the party started She looked happy to be on stage for her first show after being hospitalized last week, throwing her Schedule i Chaos. "I'm not contagious. I promise," she told the audience. "I hope I did not screw a week's week. I'm sorry if I did. But we'll have fun tonight."

Her feet touched the ground for Beautiful Trauma but they did not stop still. An in-depth dance ran the title track of her latest album, which set the tone for the night to come. The reverse was fun, raw, angry, sad and sexy.

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Drawing On Hits Dated 2001, Rosa Was On Her best leading exciting releases by the acquaintance, from Just Like a Pill and Who knew? early in the set to Raise your glass and Blow Me (One Last Kiss) towards the end. Most sought after was Funhouse which was always designed to raise a riot, but when merged with No Doubt's Just A Girl it felt like it could raise a # MeToo- army.

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A lure of Nirvana Smiled as Teen Spirit let her rock out, Just Like Fire brought along the largest pyrotechnic (eyebrows in front of the front row) and vocal bombast, and there was a hint of politics in What about us?

For the new tracks that have not yet had a decade of airplay, it was a spectacle. The Matrix-style battle against a giant inflated puppet of Eminem made the nasty Revenge memorable, while the latest singles Secrets were a backdrop to the night's sensational and sensual antenna maneuvers.

The biggest moves came near the end when Rosa became a human snake for So What and flew over all parts of the arena, twisting and tumbling on the road.

She may not have been contagious, but the entertainment was really.


– Sydney Morning Herald


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