Miranda Sings just announced a massive U.S. tour appropriately dubbed …No Offense, during which the uproariously offensive character creation of YouTube sensation Colleen Ballinger will circle the nation, touting her unique blend of music and comedy.
Ballinger is currently on tour with the Miranda character, and so …No Offense marks a continuation of these efforts for 36 additional dates, beginning on March 18 in Milwaukee and concluding on August 12 in “Memfis,” Sings — who is frequently prone to hilarious typos — wrote in a recent YouTube video announcing the venture (below). “Get ready everybody,” she says in the 30-second clip, “I’m about to go on the most epic tour of your entire lives.”
While …No Offense doesn’t expressly serve to support the release of Sings’ second book, My Diarrhe, she will be on the road when it hits shelves in July. Tickets for the show — priced at $39.50 for general admission and $75 for a VIP package that includes a meet-and-greet — are available at MirandaSings.com, which Sings said was down earlier today due to overwhelming demand. More dates could be announced soon.
Ballinger, a masterful live performer, has plenty of time to scratch her touring itch, as it was announced in December that her Netflix series, Haters Back Off, had not been renewed for a third season — a decision that Ballinger called “devastating.”