Union J Sends ‘Million Apologies’ To Angry Fans After Tour Is Quietly Canceled
Union J released a statement of apology to fans after their breakup. The following tours have been quietly canceled It sparked outrage over the weekend.
a group famous for x factor Before officially breaking up in 2012, they were due to reunite in 2019 for a special set of shows across the UK this spring.
However, from Ticketmaster, they tickets had been refunded.
The band, which initially consisted of members JJ Hambrett, Jamie Hensley, George Shelley and Josh Cuthbert, finally addressed the palate in a statement shared on Instagram Stories.
Posting on their official page on Sunday afternoon, they said they were “furious” and vowed to make amends to their supporters.
The statement began as follows. I just want you to know that the tour has been cancelled.
“I was strongly advised not to say anything, but I now realize that was not the best decision or advice.
“We are very sorry for the inconvenience. We will bring you more news as soon as possible.
“We love and appreciate our fans more than anything else, and playing live for you is what makes us alive.
“Once again, millions of apologies, this has been a tough weekend for all of us and for all of you. We will make it up soon.”
Union J’s official post comes days after an uproar from fans confused that they had learned about the cancellation through Ticketmaster and not from the band themselves.
“We got emails and texts that the May 31st concert and the entire tour are cancelled. We hope you guys can make an official announcement for us,” one person wrote on Instagram. rice field.
“My daughter is crying her eyes right now because we were going to see you for the first time. Guys please let us know officially. (sic)
Another member added: Yes there are refunds but some people have lost money on trips and hotels 😩 I had a feeling this was going to happen but it was handled horribly!”
Union J was put together as a four-piece on Simon Cowell’s ITV talent show The X Factor. Sherry left the group in 2016.
They were first signed to RCA Records and released their first single, Carry You, in June 2013, followed shortly thereafter by Beautiful Life.
In 2016, Shelley was replaced by former Stereo Kicks singer and X Factor star Casey Johnson, but the band bosses quickly dropped him off.
it was sherry’s fault rejoin his bandmates for the reunion show Later this year.
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