Rihanna Booed After Arriving 80 Minutes Late To Concert

Its always been such a dream of mine. Wednesday night marked Heberts fourth Michael Buble concert, and her seats at Hartfords XL Center were closer to the stage than she had ever been before. Herbert figured, being so close… nows my chance. So she made a sign that read, Let Me Sing With You Mr. Buble! and brought it along with her to the concert. Buble obliged and invited Hebert on stage to sing with him. He even let her pick the song. I dont even remember going up there, Hebert said. She said that she and her godmother, who attended the concert with her, were in complete shock for the rest of the night. Hebert chose to sing Feeling Good, a song she had been practicing during the days leading up to the concert, just in case she was asked to sing on stage. The song choice was appropriate, considering Heberts good feeling about her chances that night I was just thinking really positive, she said. A video of Heberts performance appeared on YouTube later that night, and has received thousands of views since. Hebert was so good, some commenters on the YouTube video believe she was planted in the audience by Buble. Hebert says it was 100-percent spontaneous. she takes those comments as a compliment. People are going to think what they want to think, Hebert said.

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Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. 11 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Rihanna booed after arriving 80 minutes late to concert Haley Blum, USA TODAY 2:44 p.m. EDT September 27, 2013 Some fans chose to vent their frustration on social media. Rihanna performs live for fans at the first show of her Australian tour at Perth Arena on Sept. 24, 2013, in Perth, Australia. (Photo: Stefan Gosatti, Getty Images) SHARE 99 CONNECT 16 TWEET 11 COMMENTEMAILMORE An Australian crowd thought Rude Boy singer Rihanna was just plain rude when she showed up a full hour and 20 minutes late for a show Thursday night. She was supposed to be onstage at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre at 9 p.m., The Australian reported , but that didn’t happen. Some fans even gave up, choosing to leave instead. “not impressed with rhianna at all…….left concert without seeing her and she was over an hour and a half late….” tweeted Twitter user @leahmac677 . When she finally took the stage, she was greeted by boos instead of cheers from the fed-up audience. RELATED: Rihanna gets a new gun-shaped grill Though she did mention something about taking “a long, long time to get back to Australia” she had been due in from Perth, Australia, where she played a show Tuesday night that started 40 minutes late there was no apology or further explanation, according to the newspaper. “Adelaide what the (eff) … I’m finally here … and I now remember how crazy my Australian fans are,” she said to open the show.

Harp concert planned in Happy Valley

He is also a renowned composer of a blend of traditional and classical music. He has composed and performed with the Asheville Symphony Orchestra, among others. Irish and Scottish music performed together provides compliment and contrast in harp style. Hambly and Jackson will also perform with the concertina, whistle and bouzouki. The concert is part of the ongoing Joan and Robert Rogers Concert Series which began in 1984. The series presents professional concerts every spring and fall. Admission to the concert is $10 per person, which includes a reception with the musicians following the performance. The Chapel of Rest is near the Patterson School, on N.C. 268 in Caldwell County, 9 miles north of Lenoir. For information, visit chapelofrest.org . Its Oktoberfest time again Followers of Facebook already know that one of the Top 10 Oktoberfest celebrations in the United States takes place in Hickory. Thanks to those 5,600 likes. Hickorys Oktoberfest was conceived 28 years ago with recognition of local German heritage.