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Lily Allen Isn't Going to Rehab

Be she won't be coming to the states either.

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Ah, British pop phenoms. They get more press for cancelling shows than they do for actually performing, so why stop now? This time, Lily "third nipple" Allen has had her work visa revoked and won't be making to the states for her scheduled September dates, of which she was slated to play Seattle on September 15th at the Paramount. From the release:

“I am so disappointed that I won’t be able to come to the States at this time,” says Lily. “I was really looking forward to playing these shows and being part of the Video Music Awards. I want my fans to know that I’ll be back as soon as I possibly can!”

She might not have such fond feelings for Seattle, the last time she was here, she posted a tearful,  video blog ranting about her weight and more (I can't seem to find anywhere online now). Amy Wino is still on the Paramount's calendar of events, but then again at this moment, so is Allen. Tickets will be refunded at the point of purchase. Full release after the jump.

Lily Allen date cancelled
refunds available at place of purchase

Seattle, WA - Live Nation regrets to inform that the Lily Allen concert scheduled for the Paramount Theatre on Saturday, September 15, 2007 at 8:00p.m has been cancelled.

  

U.K. artist Lily Allen is regrettably postponing her upcoming series of West Coast dates. U.S. authorities revoked her work visa earlier this month when she was entering the country. The reinstatement process has proven lengthier than anticipated, thus preventing her tour from launching on September 6th in San Diego, CA.

“I am so disappointed that I won’t be able to come to the States at this time,” says Lily. “I was really looking forward to playing these shows and being part of the Video Music Awards. I want my fans to know that I’ll be back as soon as I possibly can!”

Lily’s acclaimed debut album, Alright, Still, bowed at #20 on The Billboard 200 earlier this year.

Ticket refunds will be issued at place of purchase

 
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