This was the ONE show I had to see (and drag my husband to) during our stay in Vegas. As a Brosette from the 80's I was so excited, especially when I had read that he met people after the show. OMG-scream!!!! We were seated so close to the left hand side of Cleopatra's barge, in The Gossy Room at Caesar's Palace, that we were about 2 metres away from Matt. The seating process was very slow and then we were moved again after we had got settled. Matt was actually late, arriving onstage at just after 10pm on the Friday night (meant to start at 9.30pm) due to flight delays (lives in LA and travels in weekly for his 2 shows on Fri and Sat) and traffic. His performance was amazing and his voice has deepened since the Bros days. The band were excellent but I felt that a bigger stage was required as they were all very cramped together with no room for movement: its almost like having a performance in your living room! The dancers were good, although I disapprove of the name "The dirty virgins" and I could have done without the almost non existent costumes with legs waving about in the air, but I suppose there has to be something to attract the men! Matt has really made a comeback after the dark days post-Bros and has developed a totally different and unique style with this show. He sang 2 Bros songs ("When will I be famous" and "I owe you nothing": which was my fave back in the day, but I did not like the new style in which they were sung, a swing/blues style which completely changed the songs!). The show seemed to be over too soon and then we waited, along with an Australian bloke who was also a former fan, at the back of the room where we were told he would come out to meet and greet. One and a half hours later he had not come and somebody said he had left. This was confirmed by staff. I will never get over the disappointment of not being able to meet my idol, who was on my wall on my 18th birthday and this year is my 40th birthday. I was so excited at the prospect of getting to talk to him that it was almost undignified (!!) and the fact this never happened will always be devastating to a true fan. Oh well, such is life! The show was amazing though and the fact that I was so close to my idol after all these years, when the security used to make him totally inaccessible, was out of this world. And all for $40 (would have paid more). In case you were wondering, my husband loved the show too!!!!
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