Kelly Clarkson cancels TV show and Las Vegas residency amid coronavirus pandemic

Derrick Santistevan

Kelly Clarkson is the most recent star to be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, which has actually closed down production on her hit TV talk show and Las Vegas residency.

The break out of Covid-19 has actually seen more than 145,000 cases of the health problem signed up, leading to more than 5,400 deaths considering that it started in December.

While the health scare has actually created chaos throughout the show business, with many TV shows wither cancelled or going on without an audience, Kelly revealed on Friday she’s playing it safe when it pertains to her The Kelly Clarkson Show.

” As you might understand, production on The Kelly Clarkson Show was briefly closed down late last night,” the 37-year-old said. ” And out of issue and look after everybody’s safety, we have actually picked to delay the April 1st opening of my Las Vegas residency, Invincible, till July.”

She added that “information relating to ticket replacement are upcoming and I can’t wait to see you this summer season. In the meantime, please keep your enjoyed ones close, safe and healthy.”

The cancellation of the Stronger (What Does Not Eliminate You) star’s residency in Sin City follows the Jonas Brothers, Lionel Richie, and Diana Ross have actually taken out of their shows due to the pandemic.

A comparable decision is anticipated to be made about British pop star Robbie Williams’ Live in Las Vegas residency, housed at the Repetition Theater at Wynn Las Vegas along with Lionel and Diana’s shows, which is currently billed to resume on 24 March.

Robbie’s current show in Australia was likewise cancelled due to the break out, with prominent stars consisting of Cher, Madonna, Mariah Carey, and Billie Eilish likewise ditching gigs as a preventative measure. Significant celebrations consisting of Coachella and Stagecoach have actually been held off till later on this year.

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