Phoebe Bridgers has promised to donate a portion of the ticket sales from her American charity charity tour of abortion.
The 27-year-old singer and songwriter, who is reportedly engaged to Normal People star Paul Mescal, has announced she will donate money to the Mariposa Foundation after a leak from a U.S. Supreme Court document that proposed the landmark Rowe v. Wade case in 1973 legalized abortion across America could be repealed.
Announcing additional tour dates, she wrote on Instagram: “The tour will start in 7 days.
“The dollar from each ticket will go to the Mariposa Foundation, which is working on abortions, especially for undocumented people who are already facing huge systemic barriers trying to get safe reproductive health services.
“We’ve added a bunch of new shows and I can play with Sloppy Jane, Charlie Hickey, Claude, MUNA and Christian Lee Hutson.
“The forest hills will be special.”
Phoebe’s announcement came days after she said she had an abortion while touring last year.
The “Smoke Signals” singer shared her story, insisting that “everyone” should have “access” to abortion services such as Planned Parenthood, and shared “a large list of places to donate right now.”
She tweeted, “I had an abortion last October when I was on tour.
“I went to planned parenting, where I was given a pill to terminate the pregnancy. It was easy.
“Everyone deserves such access.”
Meanwhile, the party recently announced that the singer introduced Paul as her fiancé when attending a party at the Coachella Festival in California.
Phoebe performed at the event, and Paul was also spotted at the festival with his colleague from the film “Normal People” Daisy Edgar-Jones.
They were first romantically linked in 2020, when the American singer called Paul a “cute boy” during an interview and revealed that her heart was “pounding a little” when she noticed that the actor was following her on Instagram.
Paul then got a role in his music video for the track “Savior Complex” before the couple became official on Instagram late last year.