It seems as though Kelly Rowland’s official announcement as being the newest addition to the judging panel on the US edition of X Factor has brought up some scheduling conflicts.
The Dream and Kelly were supposed to kick off their co-headlining Lights Out tour tonight in Minneapolis, but Rowland took to her Instagram to apologize for fans about the cancelling of dates.
The two now will only appear in Washington, D.C. on May 26, Baltimore on May 28, New York City on May 30, Philadelphia on May 31, and Mashantucket on June 2.
Here’s what Kelly had to say:
I am thrilled to share with you all my new album, Talk A Good Game on June 18th, made with so much love. Words cannot explain how thankful I am to have you guys on my side. Your love and support never goes unnoticed. Although the tour had to be rescheduled…because of X Factor, I’m looking forward to bringing you guys a bigger and better show! I can’t wait to see each and every one of you guys on the road. Thank you.
The Dream isn’t letting this slow him up though. He gave his support to Kelly, but also will go on some spot dates of his own.
First, I want to wish my friend Kelly congratulations on her new gig at ‘X Factor.’ Unfortunately, we have to change some tour dates which has been extremely hard for me and for Kelly. We are looking forward to seeing everyone at a later date. But in support of IV Play, I will find the time to come to some of the cities left out to the best of my ability, if only to be in front of the fans that support us. So request this with your local radio stations and I’ll be there. I’m amped and ready!
The Dream releases his new album, IV Play next week on May 28th, while Kelly will drop Talk A Good Game on June 18th. She will begin judging the talent competition this week in Charleston, South Carolina.