Regardless of what happens, whatever show has been planned still has to be staged for the waiting patrons. Back in 2012, at 20 years old, I did my first event with CM® and as you'll see a model's shoe fell off mid-showcase. At the time I felt the pain, trust me. But I learnt in later years to completely own it, bring openness and transparency, accept mistakes; the only person who never makes a mistake is the person who never does anything. Take a risk, get your heart beating faster knowing that living on the edge could go one way or the other.
I've done a lot of events now with CM®, venue takeovers, and at the SSE Hydro with an audience of 12,000. My secrets, there are none, it all comes together the night before the show. No matter how much in advance you work, no matter how many days you do it, it comes together 3am in the morning, you're finished. And it's happened to me for 14 years doing the same thing.
This is not a job, this is a joy. This is what I breathe, it's what I live; and I think if I cut that off I'd be cutting part of my soul. So, it is your moment, with all the fears and the scares and all the danger signs that you see. Hit the high notes and don't be afraid. Take the risk, enjoy the moment.