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Kristin Scott Thomas
Once again Prince shows us that he is the master of all that he presents. His performance was excellent, exciting and compelling, but not as show stopping as Sign O' The Times.
The reason it is not as exciting as Sign O' The Times is due to the many guest appearances. The only welcome ones being Rosie Gaines and The Time (with what looked like Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis look-a-likes).
Lenny Kravitz's performance although cool, you got the feeling that Prince was holding back as not to upstage Kravitz whose style is more lax than the 'use the whole stage' style of prince.
Honestly I could have done without the special guests and had more Prince and the NPG.
Sadly George Clinton is only found in the "Bonus Jams" section at the end of the show.
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