Billie Eilish Postpones World Tour Scheduled For March Amid Novel Coronavirus Outbreak

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Five Grammy-winning artist Billie Eilish has postponed her 'Where Do We Go?' world tour until further notice as a precaution amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Written By Urvashi Kandpal | Mumbai | Updated On:
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As a precaution amid the Coronavirus outbreak, singer Billie Eilish has postponed her 'Where Do We Go?' world tour until further notice. The Grammy-winning singer took to her social media handle and announced the news along with dates of her concert that was scheduled to take place in various parts of the country. No new dates have been announced by the singer.

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Billie Eilish had been in the news lately for being the youngest artist to have won five Grammys earlier this year and also for taking a stand against body-shaming at one of her recent concerts in Miami. Billie Eilish, who is always seen wearing oversized clothes, decided to talk about body shaming and reveal the reason why she is always dressed like this. A video from the concert went viral on social media where the Ocean Eyes hitmaker could be seen stripping off her clothes while on stage.

The singer can be seen addressing the crowd as she speaks about her fashion choices and the incessant body shaming that she has had to go through on social media.

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