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Jennifer Lopez cancels US This Is Me… Live tour dates

  • Jennifer Lopez cancels 2024 summer tour to spend time with family
  • Lopez expresses regret for disappointing fans, promising future compensation
  • Cancellation follows rumors of low ticket sales and marriage issues with Ben Affleck

In support of her first solo album in a decade, the tour was to be her first in five years.

On Friday, Live Nation announced the cancellation of the 2024 summer tour, stating that Jennifer is “taking time off to be with her children, family, and close friends.

The singer expressed her regret for disappointing her fans in her On the JLo newsletter, stating, “I am completely heartbroken and devastated about letting you down.”

“I assure you that I would not undertake this action unless I believed it was essential.”

“I assure you that I will compensate for my actions and that we will reunite once more.” I have an immense affection for every one of you. I will see you at the next opportunity.

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This news is released amid rumours of subpar ticket sales and innuendo regarding her marriage to Ben Affleck.

The tour was initially scheduled to commence in Orlando, Florida, on June 26 in support of her ninth studio album, This Is Me… Now.

The album is her first solo album in a decade, and the tour was to be her first in five years.

“This Is Me… Now” was published earlier this year, 20 years after her successful album “This Is Me… Then.”

Live Nation assured fans that they would receive an automatic refund.

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