UPDATE: The tour has been canceled. Live Nation has confirmed this.
Here's what the AP says about it:
NEW YORK -- Kanye West and Lady Gaga's highly anticipated tour is over before it even began.
Just days after announcing dates for an ambitious joint that was to kick off next month, the tour was canceled.
Live Nation announced the news in a brief statement Thursday that did not offer any explanation. Refunds are available for those who brought tickets for the tour. It was to kick off Nov. 10 in Phoenix and was scheduled to run through at least January.
Now that the buzz from the Taylor Swift MTV Video Music Award fiasco has died down, tickets for Fame Kills: Starring Kanye West and Lady Gaga in Miami go on sale Saturday, Oct. 3.
The tour was announced as having no opening act, with Kanye and Gaga sharing the stage, performing their own songs and collaborating on others. The stage has a unique, center-court runway layout, with general admission floor standing room spots on both sides:
Lady Gaga recently said the show will feature each artist on opposite ends of the runway stage, with them "battling" back and worth, seeking what the other has: Gaga yearns for Kanye's fame, Kanye wants Gaga's humbleness.