I wouldn't have gone anyway. I got to see them on their first tour, which was massively fun in a college gym. They were bouncy, they were happy, they were presumably wasted, they were so cute I had crushes on half of them 30 years ago, it was double-cute watching the guitarist struggling to play her little solos, not that they weren't all struggling to play their instruments. It made me think, oh, I could do that if I practiced a little more! And it was triply funny that they had to play the same songs 3 times because they didn't know enough songs to fill in an hour or two otherwise.
Now Belinda is thin and sober and doing boring TV interviews. We're all older and less bouncy, and it would just have been an oldies show for me. So, I'll take a happy song from the Go-Go's - "Can't Stop the World". It's practically relevant, can't stop the world, why let it stop you? Can't see the Go-Go's? Life goes on. But with some happy memories from the 80s.
You know, there is so much good fun music in the world that we're supposed to feel badly about liking because it isn't dark enough or serious enough or rough enough. The Go-Go's were a guilty pleasure I'm not the least bit guilty about, because they were pure joy in concert.