Fans of Taylor Swift may have to wait until 2021 to catch the “Me!” singer on tour again. Swift, who has been named Billboard’s “Woman of the Decade” revealed in a recent interview that she would not do a regular tour in 2020 due to family matters.

Earlier this week, Taylor Swift dropped hints about her mother Andrea not doing very well in her battle with cancer. Swift admitted 2019 has “question marks” for her family, as her mom’s cancer had unfortunately returned. The first time the singer spoke up about Andrea’s cancer returning was back in March, when she wrote a piece titled “30 Things I Learned Before 30 List” for Elle Magazine. In her article, Swift revealed that both Andrea and her father Scott had had cancer, and that Andrea’s was back earlier this year.

Now, Taylor Swift is ready to drop her mic to be where she needs to be—home. Asked about her plans for 2020, the singer gave a rather cryptic answer. “This is a year where I have to be there for my family—there’s a lot of question marks throughout the next year, so I wanted to make sure that I could go home,” she said, referencing to her mom’s recent cancer diagnosis.

Shawn Mendes and Taylor Swift Recording artists Shawn Mendes (L) and Taylor Swift during the 2018 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic

For the last ten years, Taylor Swift has dedicated her life to music. Throughout her career, she has landed five number one albums on the Billboard Top 200 and five number one singles on Billboard 100. She has also gone on three worldwide stadium tours and has used her platform to speak out on issues affecting artists in the music industry. When Billboard named her the "Woman of the Decade", the entertainment media brand cited Swift’s unparalleled accomplishments over the course of the decade as the reason behind her recognition.

Considering how she’s made music her top priority in the last 10 years, it’s understandable that Taylor Swift now wants her family to take precedence. Her mom needs her now, and she deserves to be home with the ones she holds dearest to her heart.

Her hiatus doesn’t mean that she’ll be totally out of the limelight though. In fact, Taylor Swift revealed that she would begin her next year re-recording her earlier albums, which are now owned by controversial music manager Scooter Braun. And while she won’t be doing a regular tour next year, she’ll still push through with her “Lover Fest” music festival in June, which will last for just about a month—considerably shorter compared to her regular stadium tours.