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Christmas Nike Hyperdunk - Fallen Idol? Ricki-Lee Coulter's RSPCA benefit concert in Canberra cancelled 'due to lack of ticket sales'ByCaitlin Jinks for Daily Mail Australia Published: 08:21 GMT, 6 February 2015 | Updated: 22:12 GMT, 6 February 2015 12 View comments She proved popular on Dancing With the Stars Australia last year, placing third with dance partner Jarryd Byrne.But it Christmas Nike Hyperdunk seems singer Ricki-Lee Coulter's temporary focus on dancing may have lost her some followers in the music realm. A?According to a statement released by TicketekA?Australia on Friday, the RSPCA ACT was forced to cancel its upcoming benefit concert with the 29-year-old popstar 'due to lack of ticket sales.'Scroll down for videoA? Cancelled: The RSPCA ACT was Christmas Nike Hyperdunk forced to cancel its upcoming benefit concert with singer Ricki-Lee Coulter due to 'poor ticket sales'A?Former X Factor Australia star Nathaniel Willemse was also set to feature in the RSPCA gig in Canberra, which was created to raise some much needed funds for the organisation. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Hey that's my line!' Australian actress Christmas Nike Hyperdunk Emily Fonda is the... My, how you've changed! Jessica Gomes reveals slender figure... Turning on the charm! Miranda Kerr gives security guard a... She 'nose' what he likes! Samara Weaving flaunts her silver... Share this article Share As of Friday, the official TicketekA?page for the event states it has been cancelled 'due to lack of ticket Christmas Nike Hyperdunk sales.'Chief Executive Tammy Ven Dange expressed her disappointment via the page, writing: 'We had hoped that the community would get behind this first time fundraising event. We must find a way to bring in additional funds to care for the more than 7000 animals we see every year.'A? Maybe next time: The 29-year-old was set to Christmas Nike Hyperdunk share the stage in Canberra with former X Factor Australia star,A?Nathaniel WillemseA? Quiet: She is yet to address the cancellation on her social media accounts, instead uploading this black and white Instagram shot with 'an old friend' on Friday nightA?Ticketek go on to say that all ticket holders will 'automatically receive a full refund.' The Daily Christmas Nike Hyperdunk Mail Australia have contacted Ricki-Lee for comment.A?Perhaps the major reason tickets didn't sell was the fact that the event was scheduled for Saturday, February 14, which is Valentine's Day.A?The cheapest available ticket for the event was listed at $45.88 in C reserve elevated, while the most expensive was $112.14 for A reserve flat floor.In a bid Christmas Nike Hyperdunk to boost sales, late last month the official RSPCA ACT page posted a status offering free tickets.'We are randomly giving away double passes to the RSPCA ACT Benefit Concert! All you have to do is like and share this post and you automatically go into the running to win,' the status explained. TV time: Songstress Ricki-Lee Christmas Nike Hyperdunk proved popular on Dancing With the Stars Australia last year, placing thirdA? The post had almost 400 likes and shares, but it seems that wasn't enough to get people on board.Ricki-Lee is yet to address the cancellation on her social media accounts, instead uploading a black and white Instagram snap with 'an old friend' on Friday Christmas Nike Hyperdunk night.A?The songwriter rose to fame after her appearance on the second season of Australian Idol in 2004, since then she's released four studio albums and was nominated for an ARIA Award in 2012.A?She was also a popular personality on the fourteenth season of Dancing With The Stars.Although she didn't win the show, she did place third Christmas Nike Hyperdunk behind actress Lynne McGranger, who came second, and sportsman David Rodan, who came first.The RSPCA isn't the only worthy cause Ricki-Lee has put her name to, with the songstress previously working with Jeans for Genes and The Smith Family, to name a few.A? Terms and conditions: All ticket holders for the failed RSPCA event will 'automatically Christmas Nike Hyperdunk receive a full refund'A?A?A? Read more: Ticketek Australia .