Caitlyn Jenner has canceled her speaking tour.
The five-city tour, which was set to kick off Feb. 22, was canceled in December “due to conflict with another work commitment,” her rep confirmed to ET.
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The 66-year-old former Olympian was set to speak in San Francisco, Denver, Seattle, Vancouver, and Toronto. A rep from the San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center, where Caitlyn was to make one of her appearances, told ET, "The entire tour is canceled."
Caitlyn's fans are no doubt disappointed, as she has given a number of moving speeches since her Vanity Fair cover story in June 2015. TMZ first reported that the tour was axed.
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The transgender advocate was named Barbara Walters' Most Fascinating Person in 2015, and is set to have a follow-up to her groundbreaking sit-down with Diane Sawyer at some point in 2016.
Meanwhile, Caitlyn recently settled with one driver in the fatal Malibu crash she was involved in last February.
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