Talk:You Lost Me/GA2
Spotcheck and sources
- "In August 2008, Australian recording artist Sia Furler confirmed that she would work on several ballads for Aguilera's then-upcoming 'futuristic' album."—quotation regarding "futuristic" is in neither of the sources cited.
- Fixed removed.
- "On June 22, 2010, 'You Lost Me' was announced to be released as the third single in the US and the second internationally from Bionic..."—source does not go into this much detail.
- The song is a pop ballad and lasts for a duration of 4:17 (four minutes and 17 seconds)."—none of the sources say this is pop. The iTunes ref says the album in general is pop only.
- "Aguilera performed 'You Lost Me' for the first time at the season finale of the ninth season of American Idol on May 26, 2010."—not mentioned that it's the ninth season.
- Fixed added reference.
- "According to James Dinh from MTV News, the performance of 'You Lost Me' was the best during the show..."—Dinh doesn't say it's the best.
- "The track is a down-tempo ballad that talks about an unfaithful man, who has left Aguilera's world 'infected'."—quotation needs to be cited.
I think I can pass this article as a GA now. I'm sorry for taking so long. I had no idea that real life would creep up on me so badly, but congratulations nonetheless. The Wikipedian Penguin 01:58, 20 November 2013 (UTC)