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Thursday, July 26, 2012

How the World's Most Insulting Song Became a Soundtrack to Magic

Posted by on Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 12:15 PM

From this week's Loose Lips:

At the recent Totally '80s Sing-Along Encore to the Maxx! at Central Cinema, the final song/video was Bette Midler's "Wind Beneath My Wings," which was lifted from fatal sogginess by a couple of sing-along attendees: a man and woman who came together at the front of the house to perform a song-length interpretive dance, "with lifts and everything," says an eyewitness. "The whole crowd sat and watched, and when the dance ended, the applause was insane. Then—THEN—the man and woman parted ways and sat back down on opposite sides of the theater, suggesting THEY DID NOT KNOW EACH OTHER. It was magical, and that it was occurring at roughly the same time as the Aurora massacre makes it even more so."

Thank you, interpretive dancers.

 

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How is that song insulting?
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