Singer, Chris Brown set make his first trip to Australia since he was denied entry after pleading guilty to attacking Rihanna

Chris Brown is reportedly planning his first trip to Australia since his visa application was denied in 2015 on ‘character grounds’ after pleading guilty to assaulting his ex-girlfriend Rihanna, glamsquad reports.

 

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According to report from Australia, the 33-year-old American singer will bring his ‘Under the Influence’ tour to Australia in mid-2023.

According to an industry insider, Chris has been working with officials to ensure his entry into the country and will soon announce tour dates for Australia and New Zealand.

‘He’s been wanting to return to Australia for a long time.’ Everything is in place, and his visa has been approved. He’s spent the last few months working with officials to ensure his entry,’ according to the source.

Brown’s tour will kick off in Europe in February 2023, with stops in London, Paris, Berlin, and Amsterdam.

 

Brown stated on social media over the weekend that he ‘hasn’t forgotten’ about Australia, Japan, or Brazil, and hinted that dates would be announced soon.

 

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Chris Brown, the singer, is set to make his first trip to Australia since being denied entry after pleading guilty to assault.

 

 

The Grammy winner is expected to earn millions of dollars when he headlines shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth before heading to Auckland.

He last performed in Australia in 2011 as part of his F.A.M.E. Tour.
Brown was forced to cancel his One Hell Of A Nite Australia and New Zealand tour in 2015 after being denied entry into the country.

After pleading guilty to assaulting his then-girlfriend, pop singer Rihanna, in 2009, the singer was formally denied on character grounds.

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