Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Taylor Swift canceled the rest of the “Lover Superstar” tour.
Swift, 31, shared a “sad” update from her fans on her social media account (Friday).
“I like to come here to tell you good news, or to share a new project with you. Having to tell you that I feel sad is not my favorite thing. I’m sorry, but I can’t reschedule the performance we have postponed. Although refunds have been available since we first postponed the performance of “Valentine’s Day”, many of you still put up your tickets, and I always think we can reschedule the show,” said the “Evermore”
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Her statement continued: “This is an unprecedented pandemic. It has changed everyone’s plans. No one knows the prospects of traveling in the near future. I am very disappointed that I cannot see you in person. I want to be as soon as possible. I miss you very much. , Can’t wait until we can all safely participate in the show again.”
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Swift said on Twitter that she missed her fans so much, “Can’t wait for us to play safely again.”
Although the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will shine in live concerts and performances for most of 2020 and in the near future, Swift has made her amazed by releasing a few but two surprising albums last year. The fans are happy.
As early as July, Swift announced a new album called “Folklore”, which surprised fans. Then, in December, Swift announced the release of a folklore “Sister Record” called “Evermore”.
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“I have never done it before. In the past, I always regarded the album as a one-off era, and started planning for the next album after the album was released. There are some differences in folklore. It’s like I’m leaving, it’s more like I’m going back. . I like the escapism I found in these fictional/non-fiction stories. I like the way you welcome dreams and tragedies and the epic loss and discovery of love,” Swift said at the time.
And, if this is not enough to attract her fans, the world-famous country music superstar recently announced that she has officially finished re-recording her “Fearless” album from November 2008.