So I was chilling out viewing YouTube videos of bands and I stumbled upon Guns N' Roses singing their famous Welcome to the Jungle song at the MTV Music Awards way back when. Well, I love Guns N' Roses, so I viewed the video and WOW, the audience does NOTHING. Here, I'll post the link so you know what I'm talking about: YouTube - Guns N' Roses - Welcome To The Jungle (Live MTV VMA 1988) I literally saw only one hand up in the entire show, and that's just sad. I just don't see how you can sit through this song without dancing or making some sort of movement. Anywho, I can't imagine being a performer going to an award show and expecting the audience to react like that. It takes some real, real major skill to pull that off - especially considering how much Axl and the guys are into the song while looking straight ahead to the limp audience. I can't even bare to view the video directly, I have to move it down and listen to him preform. I just can't bare it! >.<; I wonder if it hits a nerve with any performer who goes through that whenever preforming at an event where it isn't specially for you.