LOUD Tour: Minneapolis

There were stripper poles, a lap dance for a female fan, simulated S&M and a butch presentation of Prince’s “Darling Nikki,” the song that got him in trouble with all those Washington wives back in the mid-1980s (before Robyn Rihanna Fenty was born). There was a full-size pink tank (with RiRi firing the double guns), a floating piano (with her perched atop) and a metal cage (with her singing inside). The two-hour presentation was as gaudy as Gaga’s, as glow-in-the-dark as the Black Eyed Peas’ and as gay as Cher’s (maybe gayer). It was an over-the-top triumph. (read more on Startribune)

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