Why is Willow dropping out of Billie Eilish’s tour?

On Tuesday, February 8, willow took to social media to announce that she would be stepping down from her opening slot for by Billie Eilish Happier than ever, around the world.

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On Twitter, the “transparent soul” singer relayed, “Due to production limitations, I am unable to present the show I think you all deserve.” She concluded, “Stay safe, I love you all and I’ll see you soon!”

Due to the somewhat cryptic nature of her post, some Willow fans were left confused. One follower responded to the Tweet by asking, “What does that even mean like not playing any shows or only one?” Another followed with “so you won’t be in DC tomorrow?!”

Initially, Willow was set to open for Eilish on 11 different dates during the North American leg of her world tour. Happier than ever, around the world begins tonight, February 9, at Capitol One Arena in Washington DC, which originally included an opening set from Willow.

The 21-year-old’s opening performances were scheduled to run until March 8, which included back-to-back shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden and a final show at the Forum in Los Angeles in April.

Other planned openings for Billie’s highly anticipated trip around the world include Tykay Maidza, duck, jessie reyez, Jungle, Arlo Parksand girl in red. As of now, nothing has been announced regarding the search for a replacement for Willow and her next set of dates.

Although Willow apparently isn’t joining Eilish on tour, the entertainer has kept busy. Recently, the singer released her collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly (“Emo Girl”), which continues its collaboration with Pop-Punk royalty, April Lavigne (“Grow”). Additionally, Willow joined Travis Barker for a joint interview to once again discuss the rise of pop-punk music and was recently named Billboardit is 2021 Returning Artist of the Year.

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