Okay, honestly, their outfits were a little on the boring side. Cute, but not all that interesting.IOC Representatives Angela Ruggiero (USA) and Adam Pengilly (UK), with volunteers - Vancouver 2010 Closing Ceremony
We also got to see up close what the volunteers' outfits looked like. The padded parka skirt is an interesting look. It reminds me of an inflatable beach bag I have.Team Canada - Vancouver 2010 Closing Ceremony
I know that the Athletes were dressed by the Hudson Bay Co., but why, oh why did they have to make them wear granny sweaters and hats with ear flaps!
Team Canada - Vancouver 2010 Closing Ceremony
They looked ridiculous!
At least the show was better.
We were shown a real Vegas skit, à la Canada.
Although I did not really relate to the themes, I did find it hilarious that they took all the stereotypes circulating about Canada and used them in this big parody dance skit.Sexy Mounties - Vancouver 2010 Closing Ceremony
The sexy Mounties' costumes were kind of fun. I'm sure the RCMP will take offense, but still.Maple Leaves - Vancouver 2010 Closing Ceremony
The Maple Leaves impressed me the most: here are back pieces reminiscent of what you might find in Rio at Carnival.Maple Leaf - Vancouver 2010 Closing Ceremony
I'm not so sure about the green hunter's cap though...
My favourite part of the show came with the performances of Sochi, the next city to hold the Winter Olympics.Bubble - Vancouver 2010 Closing Ceremony
Led lights clad acrobats in transparent zorbs: it was just dreamy.
Led lights are used more and more often in performance costumes of this scale, but I think this was the best effect I have seen to date.Opera singer Anna Netrebko - Vancouver 2010 Closing Ceremony Opera singer Anna Netrebko - Vancouver 2010 Closing Ceremony
The "wings" were especially impressive.Ballet Dancers - Vancouver 2010 Closing Ceremony
So there you have it. Olympics are over. What will I talk about now? Hmm... How about Ballet?