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* CriticProof: It ''is'' still up and running, which goes to show how popular its star is.
** Of course, it's also worth noting that Angel signed a ten-year contract with Luxor, so the show ''has'' to go on.

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* CriticProof: It ''is'' still up and running, which goes to show how popular its star is.
** Of course, it's also worth noting that
Sort of -- Angel signed a ten-year contract with Luxor, so the show ''has'' ''had'' to go on.on despite its awful initial reception. Still, Angel has enough of a fan base that people ''did'' come, and followed him to another production in Vegas at rival casino resort Planet Hollywood after the Luxor production closed in 2018.

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** Of course, it's also worth noting that Angel signed a ten-year contract with Luxor, so the show ''has'' to go on.


* UnfortunateImplications: The ''Las Vegas Sun'' called out the original version for casting a Caucasian blonde as Criss's love interest and a black woman as TheVamp out to destroy them.

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* UnfortunateImplications: The ''Las Vegas Sun'' called out the original version for casting a Caucasian blonde as Criss's love interest and a black woman as TheVamp out to destroy them.


* ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch: When this show was voted "Las Vegas Show So Bad It's Good" in 2009 by readers of the ''Review-Journal'' newspaper, the writeup [[http://bestoflasvegas.com/2009/the-worst/entertainer-who-needs-a-new-act/ wondered]] if the "win" -- Criss also was voted "Entertainer Who Needs a New Act" -- wasn't a case of this, since the show opened in the final quarter of '08. As well, this is Criss's first Vegas show, and the award usually goes to long-established performers...

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* DorkAge and FollowUpFailure: For Cirque, coming after five acclaimed Vegas shows -- the most recent of which was the wildly successful ''TheBeatlesLOVE'' -- it definitely qualifies as this, especially since so few Cirque elements survived retooling (verging on InNameOnly).

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* DorkAge and FollowUpFailure: For Cirque, coming after five acclaimed Vegas shows -- the most recent of which was the wildly successful ''TheBeatlesLOVE'' ''Theatre/TheBeatlesLOVE'' -- it definitely qualifies as this, especially since so few Cirque elements survived retooling (verging on InNameOnly).


* AwesomeMusic: The show may be awful, but there's no denying "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0NNn6OxgRU Sexy Pet]]" seriously rules.

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* AwesomeMusic: SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The show may be awful, but there's no denying "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0NNn6OxgRU Sexy Pet]]" seriously rules.

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* AwesomeMusic: The show may be awful, but there's no denying "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0NNn6OxgRU Sexy Pet]]" seriously rules.



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* UnfortunateImplications: The ''Las Vegas Sun'' called out the original version for casting a Caucasian blonde as Criss's love interest and a black woman as TheVamp out to destroy them.


* FollowUpFailure: For Cirque, coming after five acclaimed Vegas shows -- the most recent of which was the wildly successful ''TheBeatlesLOVE'' -- it definitely qualifies as this, especially since so few Cirque elements survived retooling (verging on InNameOnly).

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* DorkAge and FollowUpFailure: For Cirque, coming after five acclaimed Vegas shows -- the most recent of which was the wildly successful ''TheBeatlesLOVE'' -- it definitely qualifies as this, especially since so few Cirque elements survived retooling (verging on InNameOnly).



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* FollowUpFailure: For Cirque, coming after five acclaimed Vegas shows -- the most recent of which was the wildly successful ''TheBeatlesLOVE'' -- it definitely qualifies as this, especially since so few Cirque elements survived retooling (verging on InNameOnly).



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* CriticProof: It ''is'' still up and running, which goes to show how popular its star is.

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