When the Purple One stepped to the stage, renditions of his own funky party-startin' hits like "Let's Go Crazy" and his Gary Glitter, Foo Fighters, and Bob Dylan covers endeared him to critics. But the often controversial pop icon still managed to rile up some fans when a projection of his silhouetted form clutching a guitar appeared to have some sexual undertones. "If people want to be hypersensitive, they can be hypersensitive," Rolling Stone contributing editor Gavin Edwards told Fox News. "Those trombones are phallic, too. What are you going to do?"