LL Cool J tests positive for Covid-19, which triggers cancellation of planned New Year’s rockin ‘night performance

dec
29,
2021

LL Cool J has had to withdraw from his performance on this year’s New Year’s Eve, we keep the artist in our thoughts and wish him a speedy recovery.

LL Cool J tests positive for Covid-19, which triggers cancellation of planned New Year’s rockin ‘night performance
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ABCs Dick Clark New Year’s Eve With Ryan Seacrest is experiencing some last-minute setbacks. The show has had LL Cool J pulled because of his Covid-19 positive test, and now the show has also lost singer ChloĆ« because of Covid. Omicron is literally crushing plans left and right as we whiz out of 2021. From now on, the broadcast will still take place as planned from 6 p.m. 20.00 ET and broadcast live on ABC (delayed on the west coast). Live from New York’s Times Square while the New Year rings, Journey and Karol G are still ready to perform. The show will also feature pre-recorded performances from Los Angeles by AJR and Daisy the Great, Avril Lavigne and Travis Barker, Big Boi and Sleepy Brown, D-Nice, Don Omar and Nio Garcia, French Montana, Macklemore with Ryan Lewis and Windser, Mae Muller, Moonlight, Masked Wolf, One Republic, Polo G and Walker Hayes.

“I know it’s disappointing for the millions of fans, but my test came back positive for COVID, which means I will no longer be able to perform as planned at. KIDNEY“, the actor-rapper said in a statement.” We were ready and I was really looking forward to calling into 2022 in my hometown in a special way, but so far I wish everyone a healthy and happy new year. The best thing is not yet arrived! ”

In addition to NYC, the show also features performances by Billy Porter, who goes live from New Orleans, and Daddy Yankee, whose performances are from Puerto Rico.

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