Taylor Swift announced on Friday that she “cannot reschedule the performance of her two-city “Lover Superstar” tour that we announced in September 2019.
“I like to come here to tell you good news, or share a new project with you,” Swift’s statement on Twitter began. “I want to tell you the news that I feel sad. This is not my favorite thing in the world. Sorry, but I cannot reschedule our postponed performance. Although we have postponed the performance of “Valentine’s Day” for the first time. Refunds have been possible since, but many of you are still obsessed with tickets, and I really want to reschedule the itinerary.”
The statement continued: “This is an unprecedented pandemic. Everyone’s plans have been changed. No one knows what the tourist landscape will look like in the near future.” “I am so disappointed that I can’t see you soon. I miss you so much and can’t wait until we can all play together safely again.”
Swift, 31, cancelled his 2020 tour date in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, and initially announced that the date would be rescheduled to 2021.
Although unable to tour, Swift is busy releasing a large number of new albums during the COVID period. First of all, with the record of “Folklore” and “Evermore” one dozen or two. She has also been re-recording her early albums for a final re-release, a move aimed at freeing her early works from the shackles of the large agent Scooter Braun, who decided to acquire the old master of Swift Right, this is a decision made repeatedly by the singer. explosion.
She also had a court battle with the theme park, so she was a bit jerk.