Taylor Momsen The Pretty Reckless Cancels Three Concerts After COVID-19

A statement posted to Instagram by The Pretty Reckless said. We couldn’t wait to get back on the road with our friends at Hellstorm, but we’ll have to wait.

Taylor Momsen tests positive for COVID-19

Taylor Momsen has tested positive for COVID-19. In a series of Instagram posts on Thursday, Momson shared and announced a photo of her positive at-home test result. that his band The Pretty Reckless would have to cancel the first three dates of their upcoming tour with Hellstorm. Despite our best efforts, COVID finally happened a bit. We couldn’t wait to get back on the road with our friends at Hellstorm. But we’ll have to wait.” The Gossip Girl star wrote, “Yeah… fml.

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Stage stripper heels and outrageous dress

“We are following CDC guidelines and we will not miss shows this weekend in Detroit, Milwaukee, and Kansas City,” the post continued. “We hope to feel better soon and make it the first place we can. So stay here for real-time updates.” “The stage was stripper heels and outrageous attire,” she told People. “But at the time, it didn’t feel like a phase. It was a lot of who I was and how I was dressing casually. Like anyone, I grew up and I matured. But rock and roll never happened. There wasn’t a phase.”

The Pretty Reckless Now White River State Park in Indianapolis, Indiana

The co-headlining tour was scheduled to begin Friday at the Michigan Lottery Amphitheater in Freedom Hill in Sterling Heights, Michigan, a suburb near Detroit. However, The Pretty Reckless is now slated to join the hailstorm on July 12 at the TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park in Indianapolis, Indiana—barring any more COVID-related complications. Went to the recording studio ‘Where are you Christmas?’ It was such an experience to record. That I will never forget, and I remember not wanting to leave the studio. When I finally did, I said, ‘I just want to go back.'”

Momson talks to People about launching The Pretty Reckless in 2009

Last year, Momson talked to People about launching The Pretty Reckless in 2009 when she played Jenny Humphrey on Gossip Girl. According to the actress-turned-musician, starting a band was her dream for a long time. At the time, people thought the band was just a stage for Momsen, who had spent much of his early life on screen, landing roles like Cindy Lou Who in the 2000 adaptation of Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Gained recognition.

Momson said?

“I’ve always wanted to be in a band,” Momson said. “I never wanted to be a solo artist because I wanted to be The Beatles. I didn’t want to be Elvis Presley. I mean, Elvis Presley is great. But I wanted to be The Beatles because who wants to do it alone? Life is lonely in general, and I’ve always wanted to have my best friends by my side. I’m really lucky that I found that. I started writing songs when I was really young,” she recalled did. “I could hum the tune before speaking the sentence, or so my mom tells me.

I quit all my other jobs to focus on music

While the acting was a job that Momsen “enjoyed,” she admitted that she “never loved it.” With music, I wouldn’t know who I am without it,” she said. “When I reached an age where I could make my own decisions, I quit all my other jobs to focus on music. She did.” Although she bagged her first national commercial at age 3, and her role in How the Grinch Stole Christmas 7, her heart was always in music.

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