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While most critics were harsh with their reviews of the highly-anticipated grand opening of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, a former president of the United States was quite impressed! Bill Clinton attended the show’s opening in NYC Tuesday night and voiced his support for the show in a press release this morning!

“What an amazing and historic night on Broadway,” he said in a statement, via Entertainment Weekly. “New York has never seen anything like Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. And I am very proud of them for not giving up, it was fabulous.”

OK! GALLERY: SPIDER-MAN‘S STAR-STUDDED RETURN TO THE STAGE IN NYC

Most critics have expressed that, while the show was better after the overhaul, it sill lacked the “wow” factor.

The show took a three-week hiatus for an overhaul of the production after months of ridicule from the media and the replacement of former director Julie Taymor.

OK! NEWS: SPIDER-MAN FINALLY OPENS ON BROADWAY; BONO GETS A STANDING OVATION

U2’s Bono and The Edge wrote the music for the production.

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