Liam Payne reveals he got COVID-19, moves ‘Here’s to the Future’ show to February

1/27/2022 12:43:00 PM

“I had COVID and will not be ready in time to give you the show you all deserve.”  

Liam Payne

Liam Payne revealed he tested positive for COVID-19, urging him to push his January 2022 show weeks later.

“I had COVID and will not be ready in time to give you the show you all deserve.”  

January 27, 2022 5:26pmLiam Payne revealed he tested positive for COVID-19, urging him to push his January show weeks later.The English singer-songwriter made the announcement on social media with a letter directed to his fans.“Hey guys, I’m so sorry to announce that I’m having to push back the next ‘Here’s To The Future’ show. Unfortunately, I had COVID and will not be ready in time to give you the show you all deserve,” he said.

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The English singer-songwriter made the announcement on social media with a letter directed to his fans. “Hey guys, I’m so sorry to announce that I’m having to push back the next ‘Here’s To The Future’ show. 26. Unfortunately, I had COVID and will not be ready in time to give you the show you all deserve,” he said. During the same webinar, Philippine Medical Association (PMA) president Dr. “We’ve decided to now do something extra special and move the show back a few weeks to Saturday, 12th February, just in time for Valentine’s Day!” he added. I’m so sorry to announce that I’m having to push back the next ‘Here’s To The Future’ show… Unfortunately, I had [COVID-19] and will not be ready in time to give you the show you all deserve,” he said. . 23 to Feb.