Remember last fall, when we told you Caitlyn Jenner would be speaking in San Francisco in February? Well, you might as well unremember, because it looks like her entire tour has been canceled.
According to a press release we received in September (here is is, if you care), Jenner was slated to fill the War Memorial Opera House on Leap Day (that is, February 29).
A report published on TMZ yesterday afternoon headlined "Caitlyn Jenner Quietly Cancels Speaking Tour" sent me virtually scurrying to the website of the event's host — one Unique Lives, which bills itself as North America's foremost women's lecture series. Not a whiff of the transgender/reality TV icon was to be found. The once live link we'd been provided for ticket sales for the event now ends in a 404 error.
According to TMZ, Jenner's entire 5-city tour was canceled due to "scheduling conflicts," but the always-provocative news org also notes that there were still "'a lot' of tix left for Caitlyn's speaking engagement" at the first stop on the tour "when she backed out."
An attempt to determine ticket sales at SF's Opera House was not responded to at publication time, but the Jenner event no longer appears on their website calendar. SFist's email to Unique Lives for more information on the cancellation has yet to be returned.