Many animal rights campaigners urged Taylor Swift to postpone the show when it was revealed at the beginning of September.
According to news from USAToday, Taylor Swift will not be playing at the Melbourne Cup in Australia after demonstrations by political animal rights activists. The 29-year-old singer is scheduled to run at the horse race on November 5.
Taylor Swift ‘s team revealed last Saturday that it would no longer participate at the event, and there were several changes to Taylor’s promotional trip to Asia. Michael Gudinski, of Mushroom Events, said that Taylor will not be able to play in the Melbourne Cup.
This comes shortly after several animal rights advocates urged the pop star to postpone the show when it was revealed at the beginning of September.
The Race Defense Alliance advised Taylor to postpone the display on Twitter
In comparison, the Change.org initiative has accumulated 6,000 signatures. After canceling her imminent presence, the coalition expressed appreciation for her decision. Is it not actually clear if Taylor will plan to postpone his animal rights concert? Was that really part of her Asia tour?
Taylor is now planning to launch a tour in support of her new album Lover’s sales outstripping estimates. According to Billboard.com ‘s analysis, Lover appeared number one on Billboard 200 and soon became the highest sales week in the United States in 2019.
According to Billboard, by way of Nielsen Music, her album sold 450,00 copies on 23 August, the date of its publication. It appears well backed up by pre-orders. Before Taylor’s Lover was released, this year’s best-selling album went to Jonas Brother’s Happiness Begins album, which had a total of 357,000.
It is understood that Lover has the highest sales week, with the exception of her 2017 record, which has a name, having received 1,216 million copies a week after its debut. After fans got Taylor Swift ‘s seventh album, she went on her social media to thank everyone who helped her work.