Is a Whitney Houston hologram concert a good idea?

Michael, Sara and Keke debate the concept of resurrection hologram concerts.
1:57 | 02/20/20

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So here's a peculiar story. Whitney Houston hologram tour was just announced. The hologram will feature a live band, real dancers. The only hologram will be Whitney. Her former manager and sister-in-law is helping produce the show and she said, in the spirit of Whitney, I know we're doing all the right things right now. And the question is, are you okay with resurrection hologram concerts? I can say undoubtedly, I'm not. As much as I love the music and love the talent, I feel like if they're not here, it doesn't really make much sense to me. It feels like we're trying to use this person even in their death, and that's just -- I can't do it. I would tend to agree. A hologram is great in a museum or a place where someone can come alive for historical purposes or information. Reference. For things we didn't get to witness, and that's a great learning tool I think for all of us, but to pay for tickets to come see -- it feels -- Unless they write in their will, I would love to be a hologram later on. Which keke just added to her will this morning. You can see keke in tour someday. They didn't say that. I'm not doing it. I agree. What do you think, Michael? I sit here, every day. What are they thinking? It's a little strange, and I know they have concerts where you brought out tupac, and they were trying to do it, and it feels a little weird, and it seems like just trying to in some ways, I look at extend and exploit the legacy. Exploit is a good word for it. It feels exploitative. I don't know. I wouldn't be the one to buy the ticket, but I'm pretty sure there are people out there who may have never seen Whitney Houston, may have wanted to see Whitney Houston, and they felt like they needed -- me too. I find it interesting, it's going to be live band and live dancers. All the other things around, and whoever is putting it on, it's fascinating in some ways, but then it's a little strange in another for me.

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