Friday, June 29, 2012

That ain't Whitney...

I love all things freaky, I must admit.  If it's even slightly creepy, weird or occult, I'm all over it!  So when I saw this video, I just knew I had to share the love with you all.  This is all sorts of awesome!

Skip forward to around fifty seconds to get to the start of the performance, and be prepared for something amazing at around the two minute twenty second mark.  Trust me, you'll thank me later.


20 comments:

  1. Weirdest.Video.Ever.

    Love it! Okay, I need to go look up what Gaya Gaya means now. Why did she do this? So many questions!

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  2. Holy crap she also did it on a noon talk show! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXTBZ10JTOI&feature=related

    I am so in love with you for this. Seriously.

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    1. Isn't it wonderful! I love stuff like this, it's so freaky and out of left field that it's awesome!

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  4. I feel so unsettled, I don't know what to say. I thought she was going to eat the babies at the end.

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  5. Where in the heebee jeebees did you find that? I'm creeped out! I need a hug!

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  6. I love creepy stuff but seriously, SHE BLOODY FREAKED ME OUT!! I want my mum!

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    1. I can only imagine how it would be to be in the audience!

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  7. Wow I wanna do that to my kids.

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    1. LOL! Great idea! It's be perfect for dinner party entertainment!

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  8. Thanks, I'll be having nightmares tonight.

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  9. This is the BEST performance of any Whitney song ever. EVER!

    THANK YOU! Now I have to make everyone I have ever met watch this.

    Pure Genius!

    Hugs!

    Valerie

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    1. It's great, isn't it! Part of me keeps thinking "I bet this was what Whitney's first performance was like after she died".

      It's entirely possible I thought Beetlejuice was a documentary.

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  10. That was pure poetry. Now, I kind of want to have a child of my own.

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