With a heavy heart, Beatrice Egli reports to her fans and announces sad news that breaks her heart.
Bern – After two years of the pandemic, artists and musicians in particular are still struggling with the consequences of the corona virus. The virus keeps thwarting their plans and concerts or performances cannot take place and have to be cancelled. This is not only sad for the fans, of course the stars themselves are struggling with it. Schlager star Beatrice Egli* is also affected again. She shared the sad news on her Instagram* account.
Beatrice Egli (Schlager) is sad: “It breaks my heart”
“It breaks my heart,” said the 33-year-old runner-up in the vote for the “most beautiful Swiss woman” and further: “but today I have to contact you with a sad update on the ‘Bei mir zuhaus’ tour.” Ten concert dates were planned for their tour in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. But these cannot take place now due to the current Corona situation. “How much we were all looking forward to this tour, which was supposed to take place in February – because it was supposed to be a very special kind of concert. Everything should be close, intimate, in a small circle and very personal,” wrote Egli and then added: “But the general situation makes this concept of the tour still unplayable and that’s why we unfortunately have to cancel it with a heavy heart.”
The Schlager singer was “infinitely sad” because of this decision. At the same time, it is also responsible. “In these times we can do nothing but stick together and hope for better times for concerts in this context,” Egli continued. First of all, it is sad news for their fans. At the same time, however, they also show understanding and encourage the artist.
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Beatrice Egli: The most important information about the Schlager singer
- Name: Beatrice Egli
- Born on June 21, 1988 in Pfäffikon (Switzerland)
- Occupation: singer, presenter
- Known from: “DSDS” (RTL) winner of the 10th season, various hit shows on TV
Beatrice Egli makes fans sad with the cancellation of the tour
“It’s a shame for everyone. But health comes first. Cheer up, it will get better and better,” reads the comments below her Instagram post. Another follower * also tries to build up the Schlager star with encouraging words: “Absolutely understandable, it’s a shame, dear Beatrice. Stay strong, better times are coming for everyone.”
The singer also promises an uncomplicated refund to those fans who have already been able to get hold of one of the coveted concert tickets. “Please give the ticketing a few days. You will be contacted about this next week, after which the refund will be arranged,” she announced under her message. And despite the disappointment, Egli continues to look positively to the future: “Even if it hurts a lot right now: we’ll see each other again! That’s the idea I’m holding on to with hope and anticipation. ”The hit star took a break at Christmas and caused speculation with one sentence *. (jbr) *tz.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA