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Sinead O'Connor walks back retirement announcement: 'I retract'

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Sinead O'Connor says she spoke too soon about her plans to retire. The Irish singer-songwriter, 54, backtracked an announcement she made on Twitter last week in which she revealed plans to retire from touring and making music after the release of her "NVDA" album, which is expected in 2022. "Good news.

F--k retiring. I retract. Am not retiring," O'Connor tweeted this week. "I was temporarily allowing pigs in lipstick to f--k my head up...

here's my statement..... in the form of these three photos. It's 'colourful' but that's me :)." The "Nothing Compares 2 U" singer then shared a lengthy "explanation" about her initial retirement statement on social media, explaining that she was triggered by recent interviews in the United Kingdom while.

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