Tue, 24 August 2010 04:03:27 ET
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The 'American Idol' alum reportedly fails to be a sold out entertainer with the majority of nine out of the total thirty-nine shows in her recent tour had her playing to half-empty venues.
has reportedly failed to follow the footsteps of successful "American Idol" alumni Carrie Underwood
and Chris Daughtry
in being a sold-out entertainer during tour. The Prophet Blog has pointed out that Idol Stages has made boxscore from nine out of the total 39 shows of her "Battlefield" tour, revealing that the majority of the gigs had her performing in half-empty venues.
According to the report, many of the shows the 20-year-old had during the tour that was kicked off in May saw her performing to below 50% capacity. Her worst gig was at the Crystal Ballroom in Portland in which she played to a shocking 10% capacity. Her biggest success was at the Nokia Theater in New York where she played to a crowd capacity of 83%.
Since wrapping the small, three month tour on July 18, the Chris Brown
-collaborator in "No Air" has joined the cast of a Broadway play "In the Heights". She takes on the role of college student Nina Rosario, and will play a limited 12-week Broadway debut engagement at the Richard Rodgers Theater starting on August 19.
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