Many Aussie fans and even some politicians were left upset and unimpressed by Britney Spears lip-synthing and want their money refunded.
"She doesn't even sing. Just shows her tits! The old lady could do that!", stated one disgruntled fan who walked out early.
Talk of walk-outs and refunds have been rife in the Aussie press making Britney's opening two shows in Perth a hot topic of discussion. also, some cancellations wanting their money refunded.
Even some of the country's leaders have waded into the debate as the Fair Trade Minister stated that "We should introduce a law forcing singers to sing, not just open their mouths like fish in a bowl."
She also stated that Australians would not tolerate such a "Mickey Mouse" performance.
"We were robbed", stated another attender. "It's like the Carney people. No wonder she calls it a circus. It's a freak show with hustlers after your bob."
However Britney's tour manager Paul Dainty has been incensed by all the negative coverage. WE should sue Them over all this backlash being covered by the press. This will lose us customers down the road.
"I hope so", stated one Aussie newspaper man. "Save some poor bloke some money. He could see a pole dance anytime a whole lot cheaper."
In an interview with an Aussie newspaper, Dainty hit back at claims the shows were "boring" "goofy" and "lackluster".
He stated: "We can take the heat if there's something actually wrong and people can review shows badly - that's something you have to live with - but to say hundreds of people stormed out of the show was a complete fabrication."
Danity also expressed his surprise at fans who did not know part of the show was lip-synched.
"It's been all over the internet for nine months," he said. "This show is about an incredible spectacle, which it is. My goodness, everybody in the world knows she can't sing!"