Discussion in 'General' started by Zinfandel, 27 Jul 2012.
No screw it TAKE THAT!
But in all seriousness if any act was to be the end it would be Take That
John Lennon was the best moment imo
Nopes.... The Who. Now that's an act to end with.
D: THE WHO!
im actually really quite depressed now
Its the same feeling when your a kid and christmas is over and you have to go back to school its just too abrupt
I DON'T LIKE CHANGE!
The Who close it, and rightly so. Despite all your negative comments guys, on the whole I enjoyed it. I didn't enjoy all of them, but the vast majority of them were fantastic.
One was even on the stadium. George Michael is maybe not the best signer on the world, but he is a "proven replacement" at least for such performances as this.
Attachment is suffering
Billy Wallace had it right
After seeing it with my own eyes the only possible replacement is the singer from Electric Six. He was simply awesome doing Radio Ga Ga.
The Who are sounding surprisingly awesome considering. Bands like this usually lose it. Colour me impressed
Well, Take That were good, the dance was fantastic, sad to see the flame go, but what a way to end - The Who!
Roll on Rio!
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All over At least The Who managed to rescue some national pride at the end!
Bring on the Brazilians with their tacky costumes and Christmas lights I suppose!
Well that's that then.
Not that impressed with the closing ceremony, it was good but not great in my opinion.
Haters gonna hate
The big question now is who will be sports personality of the year?
It has to be between Mo Farah, Jessica Ennis and Ben Ainslie.
YOU GET ALL MAH REPZ.
This needs to be a legendary bit-tech joke...
I could chuck many names on that list
Brownlee brothers, Andy Murray, Hoy, Jason Kenny, Pendleton, Laura Trott, Nicola Adams and Kaithy Granger
Thats just names that stick out for me!
Personally i would pick Mo Farah he is the one that had me on the edge of my seat shouting at the tv
It's going to be Wiggins or Murray, I stake a fan on it
Separate names with a comma.