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Readers: Morrissey, the Cancel Queen, Returns for a Disappointment Encore

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On September 22, we noted that former Smiths singer Morrissey was headed back to Colorado for a concert at the Paramount Theatre. Morrissey has become known for many things, including his songwriting, his hairdo and his vegan antics. Sadly, he's also getting a bad reputation for not showing up when he says he will – and canceling even once he arrives. This tidbit was not lost on our readers. Tom predicts:
 

Morrissey will cancel tour within the next month.

Keeks replies:

What happens to the rest of us next month, oh wise fortune teller.

Brian weighs in:

If you go, you are just feeding the massive ego of a forgotten man!

Walter responds:

The more you ignore him, the closer he'll get.

And Joshua adds:

The cancel queen heads back for a disappointment encore.

Read more of our coverage of Morrissey:

Readers: Morrissey, the Cancel Queen, Returns for a Disappointment Encore
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Morrissey announces that Gustavo Manzur (piano) has fallen ill.
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