Taylor Swift has cancelled all performances and public appearances for the rest of 2020 over coronavirus.
The pop star apologised to fans in an announcement on Twitter and said she thought it was important to ‘commit to the quarantine.’
She said: “I’m so sad I won’t be able to see you guys in concert this year, but I know this is the right decision. Please, please stay healthy and safe. I’ll see you on stage as soon as I can but right now what’s important is committing to this quarantine, for the sake of all of us.”
Her tour dates will be reschedule to 2021 with the new dates to be confirmed later this year.
Taylor’s Lover Fest 2020 has also been cancelled.
There had been hopes some of Taylor’s gigs later on in the year but might still continue, but her management confirmed they’d pulled the plug over ongoing safety concerns.
While Tay-Tay won’t be hitting the road anytime soon, fans will get the chance to see her in a virtual concert organised by Lady Gaga.
Gaga joined forces with Global Citizen to try and raise over £35million for the World Health Organisation’s COVID-Solidarity Response Fund.
The Telephone singer announced plans to do this by hosting a star-studded live streaming concert.
The likes of Taylor, Alisha Keys, Elton John, Jennifer Lopez and Sam Smith will entertain fans from the comfort of their homes while encouraging them to donate to the cause.
Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert will host the event which will also feature doctors, nurses and families joining in from around the world.
Gaga said the musical night isnt just to raise money, she also wants people to come together and enjoy the music in these difficult times.
“We want to raise the money before we go on air,” she explained. “When we do go on air, put your wallets away, your credit cards away, and sit back and enjoy the show that you all very much deserve.”
One World: Together at Home will stream online at 8pm EST on 18 April.
BBC One will show an adapted version of the concert on 19 April, featuring performances from UK artists and interviews with health workers.