I loved most of it.
I adored the tribute to Wish You Were Here on the tightrope.
I quite liked the humor of Russell Brand as Willy Wonka doing I Am The Walrus.
Brian May is still a rock god. I'm in awe of his playing. My parents got to see him play randomly in London last year, and I'm insanely jealous.
I didn't mind hearing Waterloo Sunset, though sound quality was a bit meh.
Interesting that they could bring the Spice Girls together, but not reunite Noel and Liam, or put Robbie back in Take That. My heart ached for Gary Barlow, I've always had a soft spot for him anyway.
I vaguely know the girl that opened, though I don't know why she sang twice - I would have liked to see another Spice Girls number. They're all looking fabulous. Posh was always my favourite, despite not being able to sing.
I didn't know Taio Cruise was English, but he did an okay job, not a fan of Tinee Temper but he did okay as well, and I Jessie J won me over a little.
The modeled face of John Lennon was wonderful, and that video was awesome, apparently it hadn't been shown in its entirety before.
Fat Boy Slim was good fun as always, he looks a bit more like a daggy dad these days. The big octopus was wicked.
Muse typically sh*t me, but I thought there performance was solid.
Ed Sheeran looked like a deer in headlights, but I do like his voice.
George Michael was a bit crap. Particularly spruiking new material.
One Direction did what they do, they were inoffensive, and upbeat.
I had never heard that Prince Harry was Henry of Wales though, learn something new every day.
ETA: Also set design and lighting were fabulous.
Edited by SlinkyMalinki, 13 August 2012 - 01:14 PM.