The singer, who recently revealed that she was pregnant, has said she was pressured to drop out of the tour because of the media attention surrounding the baby.
The singer’s rep said the tour’s promoter, the BBC, was aware of the singer’s pregnancy and urged her to postpone her performance, which was scheduled for January.
“The promoter was very concerned about the impact of the publicity around the baby and the public perception of the baby,” the rep said.
“We are pleased that she has decided to return to the tour and continues to be a fan of the BBC.
“Black Beauty Spongefenty Beauty is very excited to be returning to the UK in January, which will include her first ever UK show in the US, as well as performances in Japan and Europe.” “
In a tweet, she said: “I’ve always been the best mom. “
Black Beauty Spongefenty Beauty is very excited to be returning to the UK in January, which will include her first ever UK show in the US, as well as performances in Japan and Europe.”
In a tweet, she said: “I’ve always been the best mom.
It was not the case that the media was making me feel bad or pressuring me.
I was the one who said ‘let’s not do this, let’s not have the baby’.
I don’t want to give the impression that I’m going through a period.
I’m just grateful I have my own body, I can focus on it all. “
I’m so excited for my baby.
I had to leave the tour.” “
It was the media that did it.
I had to leave the tour.”
A source close to the singer told TMZ that the promoter had contacted the singer and her agent to express concerns about her pregnancy after the singer admitted she was expecting a baby.
“They were really upset,” the source said.
The source added that the tour had been cancelled due to the “political environment”.
“She was booked on a UK tour with a big label that wants her to perform in the States,” the insider said.
She added: “It’s all about how it affects the public.
She’s a public figure and it’s a media thing.
A spokesperson for the BBC said the broadcaster had “no comment”. “
She got in the public eye for the wrong reasons and she had a baby and she’s just not happy with it.”
A spokesperson for the BBC said the broadcaster had “no comment”.
“BBC Worldwide does not comment on individual performers,” a spokesperson said.
Black Beauty is the first Briton to perform as a solo artist on a major tour in over 20 years.
The singer, whose real name is Courtney Barnett, was signed to Atlantic Records in 2016, before appearing on the BBC show “Totally Spies” and appearing on a BBC television documentary, “We Got Your Back”.
She has since performed on other BBC shows including “I Feel Like a Woman”, “Sugar Daddy”, “Black Books”, “Love Story” and “The Blacklist”.