Published On: Mon, Feb 9th, 2015

Recording Artist and Mexican Superstar Luis Miguel Refuses to Appear at Coliseo Yucatán

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Huge Disappointment for Audience as Luis Miguel Refuses to Appear at Coliseo Yucatán.

 

TYT original reporting

By Stewart Mandy

 

MÉRIDA, YUCATÁN – On Saturday February 7th, Mexican superstar Luis Miguel was due to perform at the Coliseo Yucatán, in an event specially organized to celebrate the venue’s first anniversary.

 

A capacity crowd eagerly awaited his appearance on stage, becoming more and more anxious as time wore on, and the star did not appear.

Local Media awaiting for the Mexican Superstar, he never showed uo though (Photo: Sipse)

Local Media awaiting for the Mexican Superstar, he never showed uo though (Photo: Sipse)

Finally, around 12.30am, an announcement was made to the effect that the concert was cancelled and the audience would receive a refund. Initially it was also announced that Luis Miguel was drunk at his hotel, and had refused to travel to the venue. It later emerged that the reason he refused to travel to the Coliseo was because the helicopter scheduled to transport him from his hotel to the venue was not available, and it would have meant traveling in a van. Rather than suffer such indignity, he instead chose to remain at his hotel, get drunk, and disappoint tens of thousands of fans who were patiently waiting to see him.

 

We often see examples of celebrities behaving badly in other countries; now it seems Mexico has its own example.

 

On Sunday February 8th, the artist left Mérida onboard a private plane, heading for Miami.

The "Coliseo" was ready for the event, but apparently, Luis Miguel was not ready for the "Coliseo"

The “Coliseo” was ready for the event, but apparently, Luis Miguel was not ready for the “Coliseo”

It is to be hoped that his fans react to Luis Miguel’s gross indifference by ceasing to support him in the future.

 

Questions or comments? Let us hear from you below, or send an email to stewart@theyucatantimes.com

 

 

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