UPDATE: MAY 2, 2019, 2:30 P.M. EST

Halsey’s cryptic teasing continues as fans have begun to direct their attention to the musician’s Twitter and Instagram bios. In her bios, there is a link that directs fans to a site where they can sign up for email alerts and proceed to share what their worst nightmare ever was.

Then, as fans choose from a series of options such as “falling,” “demons/ghosts,” “natural disaster” or “loved one dying,” the site tells them an interpretation of their worst nightmare.

That said, fans have begun to speculate the creepy link has something to do with new music on the horizon. Additionally, some think the teasers imply a darker era ahead. 

You can see what your nightmares mean here.

ORIGINAL STORY: MAY 2, 2019, 12:24 A.M. EST

After purging her social media last night after the Billboard Music Awards, Halsey just announced two intimate shows on her Instagram to celebrate the reopening of famous New York venue Webster Hall.

As previously noted from a fan theory, it appears as though the musician may be playing Badlands and Hopeless Fountain Kingdom in full. The venue confirmed the full album performances shortly after Halsey revealed her crytic posts.

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According to her Instagram, the shows will take place on May 8 and May 9. Each day is respectively tied to either Badlands or Hopeless Fountain Kingdom.

Tickets for the shows will cryptically go on sale at 5:17 p.m. EST. That said, the time in question has sent fans into a frenzy. 

You can check out the three Instagram posts below.


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Additionally, fans seem to be speculating that a new song could drop on May 10 following the intimate shows, or on May 17. Check out more fan theories regarding Halsey's future below. 

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