I don't know why you guys dont believe Michelle will skate in Korea.
Why doubt it.
Just because nothing being said in the US, that is partly why--it isn't in the US and please remember the US figure skating establishment doesn't like me, they just used her. otherwise they would have Cheated for her like they did, Tara, Sarah, Sasha, kristi etc.
Michelle doesn't have her own website to verify it through. the US papers won't carry anything about another country's skating show because the US skating shows aren't doing that good. Also she isn't with IMG the US/ISu skating show promoters so the USfsa, Icenetwork won't say a word about Michelle.
Outside of Korea, there is no way we would know about this.
Also because Michelle hasn't said one way or the other about returning. The us is going to mum.
beside they us want sasha back not michelle.
This is good news, it actually looks like Michelle may take one more stab at it, which I think is a good idea. No regrets, Michelle, no regrets.
No, I don't need help, you guys are just disappointed because I don't agree with you
I point out different possible reasons. You can like it or not.
That is what a discussion is about different opinions, thoughts and reasons,
I dont say alot of what I disagree with the group, but to each his/her own.
It is more than possible that the US media won't print something up about a skating show in another country. Why should they what is the profit for the US in that and or reason why they should.
I think most posters here and most Michelle fans are happy to hear that she will be back on the ice after such a long hiatus.
I hope she has a great time in Korea, hope she can establish a nice friendship with Yuna and perhaps have a chance to talk with Yuna about her experiences as a 5 time WC and 2 time Olympic medalist.
It would be nice to see Yuna, Sasha and Michelle all on the ice together at SA. Maybe it will happen and maybe it won't. For now it is great news that Michelle will be skating a Gala in Korea. It would be just as great if it were in Japan, China, Europe or anywhere in North America.
Last edited by janetfan; 07-03-2009 at 02:14 PM.
I find the whole thing a bit - overdone? Come on, the Kween didn't consider it necessary till now to delight audiences with her mad skillz, but now she will - and she is going to do that in Korea, the home of the new Queen of Figure Skating, the heavenly Yu-Na Kim. It is like before nobody was good enough, but Kim apparently is and now the Kween will pass the torch to the new Queen. It's all so romantic, and touching. Like a Sissi movie.
(Asada Mao for Olympic Champion!)
oh i loved sissi movie, it reminds me of christmas!
Now, is everyone satisfied? lol
Now I only hope that a film clip of her performance will become available.