Does anyone has any info about the shows in the Czech Rep? About the cast, tickets etc?
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It sounds fantastic. I am only wondering how Johnny Weir did the first two shows in Russia, then is doing the 'Ice Dreams' show in Chicago today, then the 3rd Kings show in Russia tomorrow? I hope that Johnny is eating his Wheaties.
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LOL, Libra what Plushenko has done to you??? Stood you up?? Your posts are most of the time about him. Strange for someone you dont seem to enjoy much as a skater.
Really guys are you so compepetitive in everything? You went to a show and the one thing you mention is that someone got more applause than Plushenko? That was your concern? That was the pleasure of it?
Did anyone applause Plush in AOI or I d better not ask? I m sure they didnt notice he was there.
The videos you posted here are really nice and it seems whatever is said the audience is loud in Plushenko as well.
Really anything more interesting there???
I believe that Johnny's management confirmed that his two shows were his only KOI shows. He's not going back.I am only wondering how Johnny Weir did the first two shows in Russia, then is doing the 'Ice Dreams' show in Chicago today, then the 3rd Kings show in Russia tomorrow? I hope that Johnny is eating his Wheaties.
The skaters look like they were having so much fun. I bet it was a great show.
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senorita thx so much for the pics! Love the one of Plush giving a bear hug to the other guys.
for the slovak shows these ppl are planned...but I dunno if this is also the full cast for the CZE shows... (I guess so though)
I attended every single KOI in Prague so far, but I think I'll pass this time ...for obvious reasons I guess
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Back to the show in Moscow, were there many audience? In St.Petersbrug tickets seemd sell well but I guess the metro bomb attack tragedy might affect tickets selling in Moscow.
Could somebody help me please - I'm trying to find out at what time starts the show in Bucharest, but even on webpages like myticket.ro there's no starting hour. Somebody any information...? Thanks in advance!