Ariana Grande warns fans she may cancel tour shows amid health battles: ‘I’m in a lot of pain’ Ariana Grande opened up about her health battles on Instagram (Picture: FilmMagic)
Ariana Grande has revealed she may be forced to cancel more shows of her Sweetener tour as she struggles over her health. The 26-year-old took to Instagram to warn fans that her head was really ‘splitting’ during her last concert, in Charlottesville, and is hoping to get better for the next show. However, in a lengthy statement shared with her 167million followers, she warned that her upcoming performances may be called off on doctor’s orders.
‘Hi my loves,’ the Thank U, Next singer began. ‘So I’m still very sick. I’ve been sick since the last London show. I don’t know how it’s possible but my throat and head are still in so much pain.
‘I sound okay I’m just in a lot of pain and it’s difficult to breathe during the show. I am seeing my doctor and trying my v vest to get better for tomorrow’s show. ‘The last thing I would ever want to do is cancel a show at this point with so few left.
‘I’m truly cherishing every moment of this… I just really don’t know what’s happening with my body right now and need to figure it out.’ Ariana revealed she may be forced to cancel upcoming shows over her illness (Picture: Instagram) ‘Please take this as a gentle heads up…,’ she continued.
‘I don’t want anyone to feel blindsided tomorrow if God forbid I can’t make the show happen. ‘I’m on all the meds. Getting IV drips, doing everything I possibly can to pull through. Mum and friends are taking good care of me. Just a scary feeling.
‘Love you with all my heart and will keep you posted.’ Fans quickly flocked to social media, begging the 7 Rings star to take it easy. Ari has been killing it on her Sweetener tour so far (PIcture: Splash)
‘Get well soon, we love you,’ one tweeted, while another commented: ‘I love you. Please take time for yourself if you feel like you need to.’ ‘Take care of yourself & don’t push yourself! If the show needs cancelling please cancel it,’ a follower replied. As a Twitter user added: ‘Please don’t ever overwork yourself for us. All we want is for you to be safe and healthy and feel good.
Author: Rishma Dosani