Meghan Trainor is canceling two tour dates on her MTrain tour after being diagnosed with a vocal chord hemorrhage!
Meghan Trainor has postponed two concerts on her tour due to a vocal cord hemorrhage.
“I’m so sorry Megatronz please forgive me. I have never missed a tour date before so this is killing me”. Both shows have been postponed.
The 21-year-old pop singer made the announcement on Instagram late Thursday.
A rep for the singer was not immediately available to comment on whether any other dates will be affected by her vocal cord injury.
She’s in good company – Sam Smith and Hugh Jackman had to scrap a series of live shows and commitments after discovering they had vocal haemorrhages earlier this year.
Meghan also posted a short video on Instagram holding up her cell phone to deliver messages rather than talking. The “All About That Bass” songstress revealed she was in Manhattan to see another doctor.
Though Trainor notes she was frustrated with the weakness of her voice when she returned to singing, she was able to persevere and jumpstart her career. “I want to cry but I can’t cuz it will hurt more”, she wrote.
In addition to the six-times-platinum, chart-topping “All About That Bass“, Trainor has had the double-platinum, Top 5 hit “Lips are Movin'” and the platinum, Top15 “Dear Future Husband“, which was still at No. 55 on Billboard’s Hot 100 this week, after almost six months on the chart. “And my fans supporting me thank you for your kind words”.