Pregnant Mandy Moore Unveils Real Reasons Why She Canceled Her Tour: 'I Have to Draw the Line'
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The 'I Wanna Be With You' songstress, who is currently expecting her second child with Dawes frontman Taylor Goldsmith, pulled the plug back on her gig in support of her album 'Silver Landings' in June.

AceShowbiz - Mandy Moore has unveiled the real reasons why she had to cancel her tour. In a new interview, the "I Wanna Be With You" songstress divulged that she canceled her gig so she could focus on "being a mom."

The 38-year-old singer, who has 16-month-old Gus with Dawes frontman Taylor Goldsmith and is also expecting her second child with him, had been on the road across the U.S. in support of her album "Silver Landings" but pulled the plug back in June after becoming "physically exhausted."

She said, "It was just really physically exhausting to the point where I was like, 'I have to draw the line' and really trust my gut and give myself some grace and recognize that I can't do everything. We did half the tour and it was so much fun." She added, "It was just so magical in the sense that you're in a new city every day and [Gus] got to meet new people every day, and it was an incredible life experience that he'll never remember, but we will. I think it was a very pivotal, and will be a very pivotal, part of his young life."

The "Candy" hitmaker, who has also carved out a successful career in acting and starred as Rebecca in hit series "This Is Us", explained that it she needed a "different kind of stamina2 to be on the road and ultimately decided to take a break while she focuses on the "hardest job of all."

She told Entertainment Tonight, "It's really different being on a film set than being on a tour bus." She notes, "It's a different kind of stamina. So I was like, 'You know what? We'll definitely check back in and do this again when I don't have a baby in my belly. I also was like, 'You know what? It's OK to take a little bit of a break.' "

"I just worked really hard for six years and I felt like that train was just constantly going because even though we'd have little breaks in between seasons you're still like, 'OK, well then, what comes next?' Or, 'What can I do during the downtime?' and just constantly keeping ourselves busy, which is fantastic," she continued. "I feel like this is the first time in quite a few years that I've really like, 'Whoo, power down a little bit' and just being a mom -- which is the hardest job of all!' "

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