Music

Lauren Alaina speaking on COVID-19: quarantine thing is a nightmare for extraverts like me

Lauren Alaina was super excited to headline her first-ever tour but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she had to cancel and postpone the tour. Photo credit: Instagram/laurenalaina, photo taken by Instagram/katiekauss

Lauren Alaina who was finally headlining the first tour that she was really excited for has taken to social media to let the world know that she really misses entertaining her fans, worldwide.

The talented artiste who worked with Kane Brown two years ago on one of the phenomenal, timeless hit record ‘What Ifs’ can’t wait to get back on the road and perform.

But sadly, due to the now-pandemic Coronavirus, COVID-19, nothing is currently moving with everyone self-isolating themselves in their homes with tours canceled all over the place.

The ‘Getting Good’ hitmaker who is currently safe in her Nashville home can’t wait to get back on the road.

“I live for moments like the pictures above[photos she shared on social media] in a big room with a lot of people doing what I love, but I understand the importance of this quarantine. We have to think of others at this time. I’m not in the age range where getting the coronavirus is super dangerous or life-threatening, but me being on tour, doing meet and greets and interacting with other people could threaten the life of someone who is at risk if I came in contact with it and spread it. We all have to be considerate of everyone at this time.”

the super talented singer wrote in part.

“This whole quarantine thing is a nightmare for extraverts like me, but I’m in my house in Nashville trying to do the right thing.” she tweeted, “I can’t wait to get back out on the road when it is safe for everyone. All my love”.

Country To Country postpone Festival due to the Coronavirus pandemic

Alaina who is a self-confessed extrovert is missing her tour and her recent emotions were triggered by some photos she took while on Blake Shelton’s ‘Friend And Heroes Tour’ that she came across that made her nostalgic.

“I just came a-CROSS these photos from tour, and I’m missing it,” she told her fans on Twitter as she said the aforementioned photos.

Lauren updated her fans on what she was currently up to and she’s currently enjoying her dad’s company in Nashville “going a little crazy, [sic]” believing she’s doing the right thing during these trying times while sending love to all while she’s at it.

So far due to the pandemic COVID-19, all tours have been canceled with others getting postponed.

 

View this post on Instagram

 

I just came a-CROSS these photos from the @blakeshelton #FriendsAndHeroesTour. This whole quarantine thing is a nightmare for an extravert like me. I live for moments like the pictures above in a big room with a lot of people doing what I love, but I understand the importance of this quarantine. We have to think of others in this time. I’m not in the age range where getting the coronavirus is super dangerous or life threatening, but me being on tour, doing meet and greets and interacting with other people could threaten the life of someone who is at risk if I came in contact with it and spread it. We all have to be considerate of everyone in this time. If you’re wondering what I’m up to, I’m in my house in Nashville with my dad (going a little crazy) but feeling like I’m doing the right thing. I hope you are too. I can’t wait to get back out on the road when it is safe for everyone. Sending all my love. We are all in it together 💕

A post shared by Lauren Alaina (@laurenalaina) on

Share this article with your friends