Mariah Carey Warned to Cancel Brussels Tour Stop Amid Terrorist Attacks, ‘Batman v Superman’ Premiere Presses on
Shut it down, Mimi. Shut it down.
Mariah Carey is being strongly advised to cancel her concert in Brussels for the benefit of her personal safety amid the terrorist attacks that killed 30 and wounded at least 230 victims on Tuesday morning (Mar. 22). The singer’s Sweet Sweet Fantasy Tour show at Brussels’ Forest National venue on Sunday, Mar. 27 has not yet been cancelled, but her security is issuing fair warning on the principles that she is a famous singer engaged to a billionaire who is performing on her birthday.
TMZ reports that her management is separately concerned that she and fans may not even be able to enter Brussels given plausible speculation that airports will be closed. It is still unclear as to whether the U.S. Embassy and/or the Belgian government will allow it to go on as scheduled.
Meanwhile, Warner Bros. decided to keep the lights on for the nearby London premiere of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice on Tuesday, but the movie’s stars will not walk the red carpet as originally scheduled.
“We are at war,” French Prime Minister Manuel Valls told the AP. ” We have been subjected for the last few months in Europe to acts of war.”