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Mariah Carey’s Piss Poor Excuse For Cancelling Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere on August 11, 2018

in News

Prima donna pop star Mariah Carey has cancelled her already postponed Australian tour with the piss poor excuse “scheduling conflict”.

God only knows how a major artist doing a major tour on the other side of the world can have a “scheduling conflict” one month out from a tour. Its unbelievable and has made Mariah Carey toast for any upcoming visit. This sort of bullshit is usually pulled for poor ticket sales.

The official excuse from promoter MJR Presents reads:

Today it is announced that Mariah Carey’s upcoming tour dates in Australia & New Zealand during October 2018 will be cancelled due to a scheduling conflict. New dates for the areas are yet to be determined.

Mariah Carey shares “It is with much regret that I am unable to visit Australia & New Zealand later this year, however I promise to find new dates soon. I’ve been working away on new music and I cannot wait to share it with you later this year.”

MJR Presents shares that “We are disappointed that Mariah’s shows are cancelled but look forward to hearing her new material soon. Full refunds will be given to all ticket holders from their original point of purchase and we apologize for the inconvenience to fans and ticket holders.”

All current ticket holders will receive an email from their ticket provider confirming a full refund.

Carey’s tour was postponed in February and new dates for October announced at that time.

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