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Monday November 23, 2009 10:39 am
AMAs: East Coast vs. West Coast Experience
If you live on the West Coast, you missed seeing J-Lo stumble on stage…not to mention a few other things. Because of the time difference, a few changes could be implemented for the AMAs as seen in California, a distinctly more polished version than the broadcast spied in the East.
Some of the saltier moments could certainly stand the editing which followed for PST viewers, but Jennifer Lopez getting tripped up? Why should such a moment be hidden from a portion of the watching audience? Well, the answer seems simple enough - to make J-Lo look good. According to ABC, “We did not expect the impromptu moment in question,” well, I should say so. “Execs and producers felt it was respectful to Ms. Lopez to edit the mishap for later time zones.”
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But ya can’t do anything about YouTube, and so the tumble is still a part of AMA history evermore. For those who are concerned, Lopez’s rep says the singer is just fine. She joked about the incident with Ryan Seacrest early Monday morning. A trip here, a fall there - such things come with live performances.
Now, Adam Lambert is a different story. His performance was edited for more than flubs, as some of his content was extremely racy for family audiences. See the video of the number to see why.
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