Humiliated by Lily Allen's harsh words, Elton John drops any possibility to collaborate with the 'Smile' hit maker.
Elton John speaks to the media that he has canceled a schedule to do a duet with Lily Allen. "I was thinking about asking her to tour with me and maybe even do a duet," he says. "Obviously that won't be happening now."
Asked about the trigger of the cancellation, Elton admits that he is still furious with Lily's terrible words which told him to "F*** off" because what she did had nothing to do with him. Such incident happened at the GQ Awards ceremony in London on September 4 and it started with Elton, commenting on Lily's tipsy behavior. Offended by Elton's words, Lily then fired back by spitting the rude words.
Elsewhere, Elton and his band are booked to appear live at the Wachovia Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on October 18. He will play his greatest hits and more recent songs from his 2007 compilation album, "Rocket Man: Number Ones". Beside promoting his greatest hits, the concert will also kick off to salute the venue's 10th anniversary season.