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What could be improved than removing to respect a personal song “hero?” A practical pat on a behind for a pursuit beautifully done.
After Lorde took a theatre during a 2016 Brit Awards Wednesday to compensate reverence to a late David Bowie, a Internet clamored with greeting to her emotionally charged delivery of his hit, “Life on Mars?”
However, no amicable media acknowledgement shined brighter than that of Duncan Jones, Bowie’s usually son. The 44-year-old took to Twitter Wednesday dusk to criticism on a show, including Lorde’s jubilee of his dear father, who upheld divided in early Jan after battling cancer.
Finally found a links to tonight’s Brits. Just… beautiful. Thank you.
— Duncan Jones (@ManMadeMoon) February 25, 2016
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“Finally found a links to tonight’s Brits. Just…beautiful. Thank you,” he tweeted. The criticism did not go unseen.
The concerned thespian retweeted a post on her possess Twitter criticism after describing how she quelled her jitters moments before holding a stage.
“I was so shaken in a wings, and afterwards i whispered to myself ‘just sing it to david’, and zero else mattered,” she revealed on amicable media.
“overexcited or irrational, typically as a outcome of ardour or extreme enthusiasm; mentally confused.” Damn it! What IS that word!?
— Duncan Jones (@ManMadeMoon) February 16, 2016
While Jones seemed to be a fan of a teenager’s performance, he seemed reduction than anxious about Lady Gaga‘s progressing and rarely praised salute to a late thespian during a 2016 Grammy Awards.
After a melodramatic Oscar hopeful achieved a miscellany of his biggest hits while dressed in Bowie-inspired garb, Jones once again sealed on to Twitter to comment.
“Overexcited or irrational, typically as a outcome of ardour or extreme enthusiasm; mentally confused.” Damn it! What IS that word!?” he wrote regulating a central clarification for a tenure “gaga.”
Hmmm, that only doesn’t sound quite as complimentary.
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