Here’s who’s replacing Cardi B On Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic tour

The new lineup is packed with talent.

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Ever since Cardi B announced that she was pulling out of Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic tour to focus on her new role as a mommy, folks have been wondering who would replace her in the lineup.

It turns out the tour is now jam-packed with talent from several different eras and we can’t wait to see what fans think of the new list of stars who will take the stage.

Ciara, Boyz II Men, Charlie Wilson, and Ella Mai will be opening acts on the tour that kicks off next month in Denver.

Ciara stages comeback with new single ‘Level Up’

Cardi B was originally slated to accompany Bruno on tour but things changed after she gave birth to her daughter, Kulture in July.

“As of today, I’ve decided I won’t be joining Bruno on tour this Fall. I thought that after giving birth to my daughter that 6 weeks would be enough time for me to recover mentally and physically. I also thought that I’d be able to bring her with me on tour, but I think I underestimated this whole mommy thing,” she posted last month.

“Not only am I just not ready physically, I’m not ready to leave my baby behind since the doctors explained it’s not healthy for her to be on the road. I hope you guys understand that this decision has been the hardest to make but I have to do what’s best for myself and my baby! Thank you, Bruno, for being so supportive and understanding.”

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Ciara fans will rejoice at the chance to see her in a action now that she has staged a comeback with her single, “Level Up.”

Last month, she surprised fans by dropping her first single since “Dance Like We’re Making Love” was released in 2015, and the first single since she signed to Warner Bros. Records last year.

The J.R. Rotem produced track is the first offering from the singer’s forthcoming seventh studio album, and samples the Jersey Remix of “We Are Young” (used in the “F–k It Up Challenge”).