Demi Lovato has experienced similar to Shawn Mendes before. She explained why they’re pulling for Shawn following his revelation that he’s cancelling multiple Wonder globe tour dates due to his mental health in a recent interview. “Shawn’s situation resonates with me because I know what it’s like to embark on a new adventure and not be prepared.
Having been there myself, I can sympathize with the feeling of exhaustion. “Karson & Kennedy Talk with Famous People on Audacy’s Mix 104.1 had Demi explain it all. In this case, it’s even more difficult because he struggled with mental illness. “My heart just goes out to him,” she said. It was a topic that the 29-year-old, who started travelling when they were just 15 years old, spoke extensively.
Since their last tour, “I’m at a different position in my life,” they added. “It’s been four years since I’ve been on tour.” “Taking care of my stamina while I’m singing by going to the gym and working out. To go on a tour, you need a lot of time and effort..” Demi will begin their first tour in four years in August with a series of Holy Fvck shows. When asked if they’ve been working with their therapist, the singer said, “It’s impossible to tell.”
Despite their optimism, they admitted that nothing could be taken for granted. My thoughts are with Shawn, but I am also looking forward to the tour and hoping it goes well. On July 8, Shawn announced on Instagram that he would be postponing his tour, which had been scheduled to begin on July 8. However, he wrote, “It’s with great sadness that I must postpone the next three weeks of shows.”
His choice to return to touring after a long hiatus from the road was “premature,” he said, noting that he has always found it “difficult to be on the road away from friends and family.” To which Shawn said, “Unfortunately, I’ve reached a breaking point due to the toll of the road and the pressure.” “I’m going to need some time to rest and recoup. After consulting with my team and health care providers, I’ll take care of myself first and foremost.”