“Tears of frustration”: Demi Lovato postpones UK shows
The American superstar is "very, very sick"
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Demi Lovato has called off another show on her UK tour. The singer was scheduled to perform at the O2 Arena in London. However, she pulled out last minute over the weekend. Lovato logged onto Instagram to tell her fans the bad news. “I write this through tears of frustration and sadness that I have to postpone my concert in London at the O2 tonight”. She said she was “very, very sick” and that she had “swollen vocal chords that were examined by a [doctor]”. Lovato clarified that “if I go on tonight and injure my vocal chords… I could potentially have to cancel the rest of my tour”.
Lovato also postponed her show in Birmingham today (June 12), postponing the concert to June 29. She hopped on Twitter to share the news. “I’m literally gutted that I have to postpone this next show in Birmingham”, she wrote.
I’m literally gutted that I have to postpone this next show in Birmingham.. I’ve never had to miss shows due to my vocal chords or being sick in my LIFE ????????— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) June 11, 2018
UPDATE! Unfortunately due to illness, tomorrow night’s @ddlovato show here at Arena Birmingham has had to be postponed. The show will now take place on Fri 29 June. All tickets will remain valid for the new date.— Arena Birmingham (@ArenaBirmingham) June 11, 2018
Please contact your point of purchase for all ticket enquiries. pic.twitter.com/kRkug4XuMZ
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