Britney Spears is really upset that her Australian fans are issuing their complaints regarding her lip synching in her concert in Perth last Friday (November 6). After just three songs, angry fans started to storm out of the venue because they thought the tickets they bought between $182 and $1370 was not worth it because she was lip synching! Good thing, Britney gained an ally in the person of John Mayer. The 31 year old Mayer was also in Australia to promote his album. He said in his Twitter that: "If you're shocked that Britney was lip-synching at her concert and want your money back, life may continue to be hard for you."
Fans were outraged because of the high ticket prices and the 'impersonal' treatment of Britney Spears herself. The 27 year old Womanizer singer did not even complement Perth as the venue but she gave a generic welcome saying: 'What's up Australia?' What's up with that, Britney? It's simply rude not to mention the city you're in when greeting your audience. That's just too lame.
Proof to this, a Britney Spears fan named Wendy Di Renzo lamented that the concert "was so impersonal" and Britney did not even bother to interact properly with her audience. What's worse is that "there were no big TV screens projecting the action, so if you didn't know Britney, you might have even doubted it was her". Another angry fan blurted out that: "I want my money back or I want her to sing properly. The ticket cost me $200 and she lip-synched the whole thing". Because of these, politicians in Australia are now trying to enact a law that will force music promoters to inform people whether a concert will be live or lip-synched beforehand. Britney, you better be good because you're going in Melbourne for another concert on November 11!