Meghan Trainor Cancels Concerts, on 'Complete Vocal Rest' Due to Vocal Cord Hemorrhage
The singer announced on Instagram on Thursday that she was postponing two shows
Meghan Trainor has postponed two concerts on her tour this weekend due to a vocal cord hemorrhage.
The “Lips Are Movin” singer revealed the news in an Instagram post on Thursday, telling fans that her July 3 concert in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and July 4 performance in Connecticut were canceled.
“I don’t want anyone worrying,” she wrote about the hemorrhage on her vocal cords. “Right now the doctors want me on complete vocal rest until they are healed.”
She added in another post that she was in New York seeing a doctor, writing, “So frustrated but cant make any noise I want to cry but I can’t cuz it will hurt more.”
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The 21-year-old said in an interview in October that she had to go on vocal rest for two months last year while recording her debut album, Title, after developing polyps on her vocal cords.