If you ever watch any of those shows like Voice Kids, American Idol, and America's Got Talent, you will know what I am talking about. Basically you will have the little girl or whatever, singing on the stage, and it's great and beautiful and all, but then the audience gets noisy for no reason, thus ruining the song.
It's like going to a restaurant to order some amazingly cooked food, but having it spat on by a couple dozen people, thus ruining the cook's hard work. When I listen to someone sing, I want to hear them and them only, not the audience. The audience should be cheering before or after the singing, but not right in the middle of it. How do you all feel about this?
Here's a few examples of covers ruined by the audience making noise. I can't even download the song and listen to it offline because I will hear the part where the audience cheers and it is just so annoying! Sometimes, this results in the singer having to sing louder and harder so that she can still even be heard over the noisy audience.
https://youtu.be/Wmnut7mYNKM?t=8 This one isn't too bad, but the audience cheers loudly for a bit, then goes silent.
https://youtu.be/f6XmSBW2O3s?t=53 Here when the little reaches the "I am titaniummm" part, the audience claps like crazy, even though she isn't done yet.
https://youtu.be/b1NVOsatpF0?t=183 Here it gets even worse. Just a few seconds after the girl starts, the audience act like fanatical banshees on steroids.
https://youtu.be/mskOhEyVARQ?t=42 In this one, the idiot in the green shirt slams a red button for no reason, thus making unnecessary noise, and as if that wasn't enough, it is followed by the audience going wild, making even more unnecessary noise.
https://youtu.be/PgXTzOkCUI8?t=128 Somehow this habit of making unnecessary noise in the middle of performance has found it's way into one of my favorite cartoons...
https://youtu.be/Lm3rheXZiYw?t=48 Again, the audience is clapping and making noise, thus screwing up the otherwise amazing song.
https://youtu.be/Zg3RS-m0_3k?t=66 Doesn't matter whether it's actually a girl or just a talking stuffed animal, the audience still makes noise in the middle of the song.
If they're going to have a girl sing on stage with audience making noise, the least they could do is have an alternate version of that song where there is no background noise from the audience, so that I can just hear the girl and nothing else that I do not want to hear. Do you get frustrated about this stuff too, or am I just making a big deal out of it?