(UPDATE 1/8/16) Caitlyn Jenner has pulled out of an upcoming speaking tour due to a "conflicting work schedule", a rep confirmed Friday.
The 66-year-old reality star, who underwent a gender transition last year, was expected to speak in five North American cities in February and March. She has cited a "conflict of dates with other work commitments", though additional reports are alluding to a lack of ticket sales as the source of the cancellation.
As of Friday, there are no plans to reschedule any dates.
Caitlyn Jenner Reveals 'Unique Lives and Experiences' Speaking Tour Dates
(Originally published 10/21/15) Caitlyn Jenner is bringing her encouraging story of perseverance across North America this winter.
The public figure, who announced her transition as a transgender woman in June, will embark on a brief speaking tour in the U.S. and Canada between late-February and early-March. Being dubbed the “Unique Lives and Experiences” Tour, Jenner will hit Toronto, Vancouver, Denver, San Francisco and Seattle over the short run.
Formerly known as Bruce, Jenner received her first taste of global notoriety in 1976 after breaking the Olympic Games decathlon world record in Montreal. The achievement gave her the title of “World’s Greatest Athlete”. She has become a socialite in recent years after frequent appearances in the Kardashians’ hit television shows on the E! network.
Check the full list of tour dates below:
Caitlyn Jenner 2016 ‘Unique Lives and Experiences’ Tour
2/22 – Toronto, ON @ Roy Thomson Hall
2/23 – Vancouver, BC @ Orpheum Theatre
2/24 – Denver, CO @ Bellco Theatre
2/29 – San Francisco, CA @ San Francisco War Memorial Opera House
3/01 – Seattle, WA @ The Paramount Theatre