Transcript for Justin Bieber cancels world tour due to 'unforeseen circumstances'
And good morning to you. Some Justin Bieber news. Pulling the plug on his purpose world tour canceling 14 days in Asia and North America over the next three months due to unforeseen circumstances. The pop star releasing a statement on his official website thanking his fans and his crew for supporting him over the last 18 months in which he has performed over 150 shows across six continents. Sources close to the biebs are chalking it up to sheer exhaustion from all of that travel. Definitely not due to a lack of ticket sales. The tour has already grossed $93 million in just the first half of 2017. So we hope he's okay. Yeah, that is a perfect song we have playing in the background. ??? What do you mean ??? Don't cancel on us. I know. It's a lot of shows. I'm sure he'll be back before you know it. Also in "Pop news" this morning, the rolling stones like to say you can't always get what you want, right? But they're giving us what we want in the way of new music. Very excited. Keith Richards has revealed the band will head back into the studio, quote, any day now to record. This will be the first time in 12 years that they'll do so. He tells viewers on his ask Keith Richards YouTube channel, I did not know that existed the band is cutting new stuff and considering where to take it next follows up on their 2005 "A bigger bang" and cover of album songs Richard says that's what gave the band an energy boost to keep making music and that is satisfaction. Oh, yeah. I love this story. Michael, I think you'll like this. Alice cooper has made quite the discovery, everybody. The godfather of shock rock so he had a storage unit locker filled with his musical equipment and had it for 40 years. In there was also a document tube. He didn't remember he had it. Surprise, surprise. And inside that tube an original silkscreen by Andy Warhol. Wow. That's the image on it. It's unsigned. Cooper's manager says it's been looked at by experts, though. It is the real deal. It was purchased in the '70s for $2500. It's not a popular image. It's a red electric chair from Warhol's death and destruction series but, my, my, how things change. To give you the idea of the value, the green version of the same image which is not as popular sold for $11.6 million in 2015. Now, that is a great discovery. He doesn't have to tour anymore either. No. He'll be canceling his world tour. That will be tomorrow. Anyway, that's "Pop news" and congratulations, Alice, on that. People ought to go to those flea markets. You never know. Thank you for that personal "Pop news." We appreciate it.
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