Lily Allen has scrapped off most of her US dates to get back to her homeland.
Lily Allen has caused confusion over her on and off performances across US. After calling off the show in New York City on April 12 and appearing the next day in The Today Show, the British singer now cancels most of her US tour.
She will still appear at Coachella festival on April 29 but leaves the tightly scheduled dates partly hollow in the next. In her May schedule, Allen has only confirmed the gigs on May 13 in Seattle and on May 15 in Los Angeles. She does not keep the May 24 night at First Avenue, Minneapolis according to the club's manager who also announced that tickets are subject to refund. Meanwhile the next month, Allen will be back for June 1 and 12 shows before finally make it to Bonarroo Festival on June 15.
Claiming that the reason behind this cancellation is because she is tired and homesick after a year touring, Allen also wrote "I am not falling apart at the seems, I am not suffering with exhaustion, I am not pregnant, and I am not going to rehab. I will be here in America, promoting the album and also starting to write the second album, which I am beyond excited about."
Rescheduled dates are expected to take place this fall and that the announcement will be out later this week.