Ariana Grande had to call off a concert in Vietnam due to undisclosed health concerns.
The singer, who was scheduled to perform in Ho Chi Minh City on Wednesday evening, informed fans hours before the show that she would be unable to take the stage.
I apologize from the bottom of my heart but I’m really dealing with some health problems at the moment,” Grande wrote in a message published to her Instagram story.
“I came here to Vietnam, so excited to perform, my doctor won’t allow me to do the show for you tonight.”
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Grande, 24, did not get into specifics about her health issue, but went on to promise fans in Vietnam that she’d make things up to them.
“I love you and thank you for understanding,” she concluded.
The pop star is in the midst of her massive “Dangerous Woman” world tour, and is next scheduled to take the stage in Beijing on Saturday.
Grande canceled seven shows in the aftermath of the horrific May 22 bombing outside her concert in Manchester left 22 people dead. She led a star-studded tribute concert in Manchester two weeks later to benefit the victims of the terror attack.
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The singer, who launched the “Dangerous Woman” tour in February, also canceled a pair of concerts in Monterrey, Mexico last week, but did not offer a reason why publicly.
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