Prompt and punctual Paloma Faith, Shepherds Bush Empire

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

I went to a concert by London chanteuse Paloma Faith last night, playing at the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire. Paloma was prompt and punctual emerging on stage at the appointed hour. Wonderful.


Paloma Faith, concert at Shepherds Bush Empire

Starting the show shrouded in ostrich feathers, Paloma led us on a merry dance through a series of stunning sequined stylings.


Performing songs from her album Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful?, some courageous covers (Sexy Bitch by Akon) and classic ballads, Paloma kept the audience enthralled with singing full of character, emotion and charisma. She also proved to be a nifty, kooky dancer, partly slapstick, full of gusto and divinely delicious diva dance poses.

Paloma Faith, concert at Shepherds Bush Empire

Having started wearing a yellow catsuit (not many women can do lemon like Paloma) topped off by a shower hat covered in sequinned Carmen Miranda fruit, she changed into a black fabulously flowing frock with a fan hat and finished in voluptuos red Jessica Rabbit gown with mother-of-the-bride netting fascinator.

Finishing the show with the torch song New York, she left the stage as a true diva, individual, unique and adored.

Paloma Faith, concert at Shepherds Bush Empire


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