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The girlish voice of U.K. pop singer Ellie Goulding cut over the thousands of wailing fans crammed into the Beirut International Exhibition & Leisure Center Wednesday night – apologizing for any weirdness as she headed into one of the last songs on her set list.Beyond the ballads, Goulding was a blonde ball of energy.In a moment's break from singing, Goulding dedicated "Starry Eyed" to the audience – an acknowledgement, perhaps, of the very young crowd of teens. As is more often the case at big-name shows in Beirut, the audience seemed to have turned out for only the handful of hits that carried the artist to stardom.For the most part, general knowledge of her discography appeared to be shallow at best and the usual out-of-sync hum of audience accompaniment was completely absent for most of Goulding's performance. That's not to say people in Lebanon don't love their Goulding.Needless to say, when that tune came on at the tail end of the concert, Goulding's crowd was one jumping, screaming mass.
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