The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour Has Arrived
The trailer for the Whitney Houston hologram tour is here and it is exactly what I thought it was going to be: disappointing and unnecessary. An Evening With Whitney Houston: The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour looks like it would be better if it involved a séance, but instead people will be
grifted gifted to listening to pre-recorded Whitney Houston vocals while watching a phantom semi-look-alike dance around within the 2-dimensional barrier of the hologram’s limited boundaries. Fun!
The New York Post says that the tour opened in Sheffield, England, and will go on to several other cities. Audience members were treated to an amazing production put on by a computer system, lighting system and also some live musicians and dancers. And that 2D Sims 2-looking hologram did all of Whitney’s biggest hits like How Will I Know, Greatest Love of All, I Wanna Dance With Somebody and more! Miss (creepy) thing even performed on the UK morning talk show This Morning:
Whitney Houston’s hologram performing “Greatest Love of All” on “This Morning.”
The singer’s hologram will embark on a new tour beginning Tuesday, Feb. 25th. pic.twitter.com/JeNYquXIeS
— Pop Crave (@PopCraveMusic) February 19, 2020
Another video Whitney Houston’s Hologram doing the “Greatest Love Of All” climax! pic.twitter.com/v4ibZzDXFd
— WHITNEY HOUSTON daily (@AllAboutWhitney) February 19, 2020
Those arms have the lifelike movement of a N64 video game character in beta-testing. And the trailer is like something out of the scariest episode of Black Mirror:
Reactions to the show were mixed. Some thought it was a “mind fuck” while others really enjoyed it.
WOW… So #AnEveningWithWhitney was incredible! Only song she didn’t sing was One Moment In Time pic.twitter.com/OHUPRr7Tag
— Lewis. (@lewistyree91) February 25, 2020
Is it just me who is weird-ed out by these hologram tours? Latest one, featuring Whitney Houston, is currently touring the UK. Isn't this just capitalising on the dead? pic.twitter.com/wXZFXlHSww
— Sonia Poulton (@SoniaPoulton) February 26, 2020
Okay so this is definitely trash, but listen up, who is this?! They need to rename this tour, because when you zoom in, this is not fucking Whitney Houston:
That looks like the hologram of a fourth-rate Halle Berry impersonator! Who generated this?!