Hey, remember when a representative of J Tune issued a statement dropping the words, “we’re considering legal action” as regards the topic of Rain’s concert in Manila? Yup, it turns out, the concert – ok, SHOW – is true. I was there, I saw it happen, and it’s all documented on this blog and many other places.
Do remember that whenever some entertainment agency representative out there drops the line, “we’re considering legal action.” Until the agency does file a case, those are just empty words that are bound to be eaten. Just sayin’.
You’re an entertainer and you demand that your private life should remain private? Then you shouldn’t have entered showbusiness in the first place. Also, you should’ve whacked your staff in the head for being too much of a tattle-tale and tell them to stop volunteering information about your private life to the media or else they’ll be fired. If it happened once, that should be enough. But twice, thrice, too many times? Please.
On to another, very different topic…
I’ve been watching fancams from Rain’s Adieu Concert. I don’t know if any of you noticed, but his female dancers are like cyborgs; they seem to be devoid of facial expressions. This fact makes me miss Far Young and his World Tour dancers (Menina, Destini and Nicole). I know they’re just back-up dancers and the focus shall be on Rain, but that’s not what performing is all about. Sure, they can dance… wait, that’s an overstatement because they’re also kinda not graceful enough. I’ll rephrase: They can do the steps, but with the lack of gracefulness and facial expression, they might as well be replaced by dancing robots. Same difference, although dancing robots might cost more.