Last night myself (Daniel) and one of my best friends went to G-A-Y to see the uber talented, hair flicking queen Nadine Coyle perform.
My night (consisting of drinks, dancing and great music) was going so well I didn’t think it could be topped. But Nadine proved that the night was only getting started.. She came on just after 1:30am and the whole club was rammed with people anticipating her long overdue G-A-Y return. Jeremy Joseph, the owner of GAY came on stage to introduce her, naming her the Voice of Girls Aloud.
She kicked things off with her comeback single “Go To Work“. She proved she’s still the diva we fell in love with all those years ago, showcasing killer vocals, bundles of sass and creative dance routines. The song went down a storm with the fans (including myself) screaming and chanting the infectious chorus. Once the song was finished, she took a moment to take in all of the love from the audience and thanked us all for our support over the many years.
Then came the 10 year old anthem “Call The Shots“. She once again proved she is one of the best singers in the business, providing lots of emotion and passion throughout the performance.
Then came the finale. None of us were ready!
GO GIRLS, G-G-GO, GO, GO!
Something New kicked off and the club erupted. Nadine was having the time of her life and half way through the performance she did something that we won’t be forgetting for a long, long time. She mashed up Something New with Go To Work, which blended in perfectly! (We are all hoping for a digital version for download)! Confetti fired out of cannons towards the end of the song and the energy of the room peaked! Nadine finished on a high and thanked the crowd once again for the support and reception she received. Jeremy then came on stage with flowers for Nadine, followed by photographers taking pictures of him, Nadine and all of us in the crowd. (Which later made it onto the Daily Mail website). Safe to say, it was a magical night. Welcome back Nadine!
In the gallery are HQ pictures from the evening, click the links to see them all: