I needed some time just to ground and spend some time with family and friends, Shawn Mendes admitted in a private conversation.
In order to concentrate on his mental health, Shawn Mendes postponed the remaining dates of his Wonder World tour this summer.
In a heartbreaking Instagram post from back in July, Shawn Mendes explained why he had to postpone the rest of his Wonder World tour this summer in order to focus on his mental health: “I need to take the time I’ve never taken personally to ground myself and come back stronger,” it has become more obvious after speaking with my team and working with an amazing group of health professionals.
Shawn Mendes is currently making his eagerly anticipated comeback to the spotlight by promoting his upcoming film Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile. The live-action/animated musical comedy movie is also the first opportunity Shawn’s fans will have to hear his honey vocals following the announcement of his break. The Mercy singer opened up to Entertainment Tonight about his mental health, how he’s doing, and getting back into action, especially with Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile soon to be released: “It feels fantastic. There doesn’t seem to be as much pressure. It’s always a process, in my opinion.”
Shawn Mendes admitted, “I think I needed some time just to centre, spend some time with family and friends, and gain some perspective of how beautiful it is what I get to do for a living. Mendes assured fans in the aforementioned Instagram post that he will continue to create new music and that touring is on his future agenda.
We appreciate Shawn Mendes putting his mental health first above all else.
Javier Bardem and Constance Wu join Shawn Mendes in the star-studded cast of Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, which opens in India on November 4.