Danielle Bregoli, a.k.a. the “Cash Me Outside” girl, has postponed her summer tour, according to her management.
“Due to an overwhelming response, we decided to look at larger venues and reschedule the events to better suit her growing audience as well as some significant professional developments,” Adam Kluger told the New York Post in a statement. “More information will be provided at a later date.”
Kluger’s management company did not immediately respond to TheWrap‘s request for comment on the schedule changes. He told the Manhattan tabloid that there are no ticket holders for Bregoli’s test shows, as they decided to switch things up a day before sales would have started.
Ticketmaster has taken down her dates, although Bregoli is still listed as an act under “Arts & Theater Tickets: Comedy” tab. LiveNation still has her scheduled for July 8 at Fort Lauderdale’s Revolution Live and the following evening in Houston’s House of Blues.
Bregoli, who first rose to some level of pop culture fame after threatening to fight the studio audience on “Dr. Phil” (“Cash me outside, how bow dah?”) has no apparent musical or comedy talent or training. Last month, TMZ reported that Bregoli’s show would look like this:
– Danielle lip syncing and rapping to her favorite songs, plus established acts making cameos.
– A live Q&A with the audience.
– Bregoli inviting audience members onstage to “joke around.”
The 14-year-old stood to make $50,000 per show, the Hollywood gossip website wrote. Cashing in on nothingness, how bow dah?