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After canceling the first stop in Germany for her "El Dorado World Tour" on Nov. 8 due to strained vocal chords, Shakira announced the postponement of four more concerts. The Colombian singer is now set to start her tour in Montpellier, France on Nov. 16. In a sweet missive to fans, she wrote: "At the moment I'm concentrating on a full recovery to be able to share with you all this show that I've so enjoyed preparing and of which I am very proud. I'm anxious to get back on stage and be at 100% for all of you."
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SelGo shocked fans in August of 2016 when she canceled the last 34 hows of her "Revival World Tour" to deal with health issues related to her Lupus diagnosis the year before. "[I] have decided that the best way forward is to take some time off," she told PEOPLE exclusively in a statement. "Thank you to all my fans for your support. You know how special you are to me, but I need to face this head on to ensure I am doing everything possible to be my best."
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Earlier this year, Mr.Worldwide announced that the Asian leg of his Climate Change Tour was canceled due to scheduling mix-up. “It is with great regret that Pitbull will not be able to perform the Climate Change Tour in Asia due to scheduling conflicts. The artist deeply apologizes to his supportive fans and hopes to come to Asia in the future,” IME Asia, the concert organizer, stated in a press release.
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Jennifer Lopez caused a frenzy when she canceled her New Year's Eve performance at a Miami nightclub last minute in 2016. “Citing personal and family time, Jennifer Lopez‘s manager Benny Medina has canceled her Miami appearance on New Year’s Eve," the singer's rep told PEOPLE in a statement. "Having attended the event last year, artist and management look forward to rescheduling the appearance at E11even in the future."
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The "Sorry Not Sorry" singer stood with the LGBTQ community last year following a North Carolina bill that would block transgender people from using public bathrooms that correspond with their gender presentation by canceling her North Carolina tour dates with Nick Jonas. "One our goals for the tour has always been to create an atmosphere where every single attendee feels equal, included, and accepted for who they are," the duo wrote in a statement they posted on Twitter.
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Following the deadly 7.1-magnitude earthquake that struck Mexico in September, Martin canceled his scheduled concerts in the country's capital city.
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When Camila Cabello was a member of girl group Fifth Harmony, she concerned fans when she left a stage mid-performance and canceled the rest of her dates for 2016. She revealed that her abrupt departure was due to severe anxiety: "Hi Missouri, sorry I couldn't finish the set last night," she wrote on Twitter. "Was having too much anxiety and couldn't finish it. I love u. I'm truly sorry."
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Heeding doctor's orders, "Despacito" singer Daddy Yankee canceled a concert in Colombia last year after being hospitalized for a rise in blood pressure, hypoglycemia and dehydration People en Español reported.
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After overselling tickets, Colombian artist Maluma was forced to cancel his concert in Rome for capacity concerns. "This has not been an easy decision to make,” Maluma said in a statement. "The last thing I wanted to do was to disappoint my Roman fans for whom I have dreamed of performing for many years... I would never risk anybody's safety, let alone that of my fans.”
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The Mexican singer canceled his shows in Mexico City last year due to health concerns: "The singer must complete necessary medical treatments that he initiated in 2015 in order to recuperate completely," his rep said in a statement.
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