My oh my.
Camila Cabello’s Romance era is off to a rocky start.
- The album leaked two weeks ahead of schedule.
- Normani stans hijacked her Twitter Q&A
- The first-week record sales were luke-warm
- The songs and album art share an uncanny likeness to other pop stars’ works
- Racist posts from her past came to light
- “My Oh My” sounds like a rip-off
Adding insult to injury is the arena tour, which kicks off in Oslo, Norway, on May 26, 2020.
Hits Daily Double posted a not-so-blind item about it and claims her forthcoming tour sales aren’t stellar.
“Today we hear the tale of the prospective superstar diva who’s had a couple of massive hits but has discovered to her dismay—and that of her team—that her new tour is in deep trouble. Said superstar in waiting has achieved social-network ubiquity and does every TV opp, every radio show, every chance to be in the public eye—if her team had its way, one manager quipped, she’d be at every envelope opening.”
Ticket sales are just over 50% sold, according to stats posted by @TouringData on Twitter.
.@Camila_Cabello's "The Romance Tour" has sold 25,855 tickets in North America since December 4, 2019 (48,624 total tickets available). *20/26 shows*— Touring Data (@touringdata) January 3, 2020
Ouch. Camila is talented, but the industry shoved her down our throats (fight me). They embarked on an arena tour far too soon; the numbers don’t lie.
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