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Fall Out Boy's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Performance Reviewed

FOB and Swift, and some Angels too














So Fall Out Boy performed at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show this year, and since I didn’t care enough to sit around to watch the show, I was glad that someone posted the band’s performance on the Internet.  I had heard about it, but was anxious to actually watch.  I’m not a big fan of the whole scene of this fashion show, with girls my age crying because they don’t look like them because they aren’t skinny/pretty/whatever enough, and guys watching the show to pretend they get any action.  Regardless, it’s a mess for teenagers and so i wanted to cut through the lameness to just see the band.

They performed “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark” and it was phenomenal.  I swear that Patrick’s voice gets better and better every day.  That man is a powerhouse and he has so much energy and talent.  It was so nice to see them up there in front of such a massive audience because it truly is the recognition they deserve.  The band was spot-on, clearly seasoned from over a decade of experience.  This new hit is a perfect crowd pleaser and, consequentially, a good song for a runway.

Taylor Swift partook in the song as well…ew.  First off, she’s pretending she’s a model on the runway and that’s a big no because that’s pretty arrogant.  She also can’t sing as it is and for her to ruin a Fall Out Boy song right in front of the band is humiliating.  She was just awful.

Overall, it was a freakin’ awesome performance, with Patrick pushing his voice into sheer perfection and just how truly polished and flawless the band has become.  Good job, boys.

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