“I am so sorry, but your health is paramount”

Cher has called time on her next Here We Go Again concert due to concerns surrounding Covid-19. Taking to Twitter she wrote that although concerts were fun she had to go with her gut and cancel for the safety of her fans.

She told fans that she could not “in good conscience play” her concert, which was due to be in Oklahoma City.

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However, at the time of publishing tickets, some of which are selling for a staggering $496 + fee each, were still be sold on Ticketmaster and there has been no official word, as of yet, on the singer’s website about refunds or whether further shows would be cancelled.



The singer revealed that she and her concert crew were no longer kissing or holding due to fears surrounding Coronavirus.

She then warned her fans to wash their hands with “hot water or purell” and not to touch their faces. She then warned against shaking hands, getting to close and letting other people breathe on you.



Rescheduled

However, there is some hope, as Cher told fans that she was “trying to reschedule at the end of Summer”

Cher’s concert cancellation comes right after the organisers of RuPaul’s Drag Convention called its May event in Los Angeles.

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