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Billie Eilish calls off Where Do We Go World Tour indefinitely due to COVID-19 pandemic

Billie Eilish calls off Where Do We Go World Tour indefinitely due to COVID-19 pandemic

  • The singer, 18, tweeted the news Thursday 
  • ‘We’ve tried as many different scenarios as possible for the tour but none are possible,’ she explained to fans
  • Ticket holders will get their money back, she added
  • The Grammy winner postponed the tour earlier this year due to the coronavirus 

Billie Eilish has called off her Where Do We Go World Tour indefinitely. 

The Grammy winner, 18, tweeted the news Thursday, saying that the COVID-19 pandemic has made it impossible to go ahead and reschedule concert dates.

She had postponed her tour earlier this year due to the outbreak of the coronavirus and explained to fans: ‘We’ve tried as many different scenarios as possible for the tour but none are possible.’

Scrapped: Billie Eilish, pictured performing for the Aria Awards last month, tweeted Thursday she has called off her Where Do We Go World Tour indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic

The Los Angeles-based hitmaker wrote: ‘Although I know so many of you want to hold onto your tickets and vip passes, the best thing we can do for everyone is to get the money back into your hands as soon as we can. Keep an eye on your email for more info from your point of purchase.’

Billie added: ‘When we’re ready and it’s safe we’ll let you know when everyone will be able to purchase tickets again for the next tour.’

She concluded her tweet: ‘I love you so much. Stay safe, drink lots of water, wear a mask.’

Not safe: The singer, 18, postponed her tour earlier this year due to coronavirus and explained to fans: 'We¿ve tried as many different scenarios as possible for the tour but none are possible'

Not safe: The singer, 18, postponed her tour earlier this year due to coronavirus and explained to fans: ‘We’ve tried as many different scenarios as possible for the tour but none are possible’

'Love you': Billie reassured fans their tickets will be refunded and promised that 'when we're ready and it's safe' she'll go out on a new tour. She finished by urging her fans to 'wear a mask'

‘Love you’: Billie reassured fans their tickets will be refunded and promised that ‘when we’re ready and it’s safe’ she’ll go out on a new tour. She finished by urging her fans to ‘wear a mask’

On Tuesday, Billie was named Spotify’s ‘most streamed’ female artist of 2020.  

The No Time To Die hitmaker, who garners 49,736,031 monthly listeners on the platform, beat out Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande for the top spot.

She topped the list despite not having released an album since her March 2019 breakthrough debut When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

She has released three tracks this year, however; the theme to the upcoming James Bond movie No Time To Die, My Future, which she performed during the Democratic National Convention in late August, and Therefore I Am, which dropped November 12. 

Billie, who writes her songs with brother Finneas Baird O’Connell, received four Grammy nominations last month for her 2019 single Everything I am and her Bond ballad No Time To Die.

Star: Billie, who writes her songs with brother Finneas Baird O'Connell, received four Grammy nominations last month for 2019 single Everything I am and Bond ballad No Time To Die

Star: Billie, who writes her songs with brother Finneas Baird O’Connell, received four Grammy nominations last month for 2019 single Everything I am and Bond ballad No Time To Die

Hitmaker: The teen was named Spotify's 'most streamed' female artist of 2020 on Tuesday, beating out Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande for the top spot

Hitmaker: The teen was named Spotify’s ‘most streamed’ female artist of 2020 on Tuesday, beating out Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande for the top spot

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