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Hello Emotion: smile

Thank you very much to have helped me so much.

Here is the following of my translation:
The speech heartened the organizers of the Johannesburg concert who had only 2 weeks to prepare everything. The concert, indeed, was decided at the last moment, after a polemic started by Bob Geldof, organizerof the “Live 8” and of the “Live Aid” 20 years ago, who said they must be “big international music names, in term of popularity and ticket sale, to attract a maximum of audience”, justifying that way the small participation of African artists. After a few indignant (chocked) reactions, 2 supplementary concerts were organized, at St-Austell in England with big names of African music Youssou N’Dour, Angelique Kidjo), and Johannesburg which gathered South-African artists, Zambians and also Senegalese et Malians (Oumou Sangaré and «Orchestra Baobab»).

The original text:
Une intervention qui a redonné du baume au cœur des organisateurs du concert de Johannesburg qui n’ont eu que deux semaines pour tout préparer. Le concert a en effet été décidé au dernier moment, après une polémique déclenchée par Bob Geldof, organisateur de «Live 8» et de «Live Aid» il y a vingt ans, qui a déclaré qu’il fallait des «grands noms de la musique internationale, en terme de popularité et de vente, pour attirer le maximum de téléspectateurs», justifiant ainsi la faible participation d’artistes africains. Après quelques réactions indignées, deux concerts supplémentaires ont été organisés, à St-Austell en Angleterre avec les grands noms de la musique africaine (Youssou N’Dour, Angelique Kidjo), et le concert de Johannesburg qui a rassemblé des artistes sud-africains, zambiens mais aussi sénégalais et malien (Oumou Sangaré et «Orchestre Baobab»).

Please, help me to correct my mistakes.

Spoonfedbaby

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The speech heartened the organizers of the Johannesburg concert, who had had only two weeks to prepare everything. The concert was decided at the last moment, after a polemic by Bob Geldof, organizer of “Live 8” and also of the “Live Aid” concert 20 years ago, who said that it must include “big international music names, in term of popularity and ticket sales, to attract a maximum audience”, thereby justifying the slight participation of African artists. After an indignant reaction, two supplementary concerts were organized, one in St-Austell, England (with big names in African music Youssou N’Dour and Angelique Kidjo), and one in Johannesburg, which gathered South African, Zambian, Senegalese, and Malian artists (Oumou Sangaré and 'Orchestra Baobab').
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Spoonfedbaby