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Billie Eilish Postpones Remaining World Tour Dates Due to Pandemic

Billie Eilish took to social media on Wednesday (May 13) to announce the postponement of her Where Do We Go? World Tour amid the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic.

"Unfortunately for everyone's safety we have to postpone the rest of the shows this year," the singer wrote in a message to fans on her Instagram Stories. "My team and i are working to reschedule everything and i promise i'll let you know as soon as we can. Stay safe."

(Eilish played just the first three shows of the tour in support of her smash debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, back in March -- in Miami, Orlando and Raleigh, N.C. -- before hitting pause on the rest of the North American dates due to the public health crisis.)

The multi-Grammy winner's team also made a statement about the tour's postponement on Twitter, promising fans that "all tickets will be honored accordingly" once new dates are booked and urging them to "stay safe and stay home." Meanwhile, the teen pop star has been keeping busy in quarantine by cooking up some new music at home with older brother and collaborator Finneas.

Check out Eilish's full announcement below.

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