The 21-year old singer will not perform in New Jersey and Connecticut
Meghan Trainor was due to perform in Atlantic City and Montville, Connecticut this Friday and Saturday, but she has to postpone these shows after she has been diagnosed with hemorrhage on vocal cords.
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“I don’t want anyone worrying but I have had a hemorrhage on my vocal cords,” The 21-year old singer posted on Instagram. “Right now the doctors want me on a complete vocal rest until they are healed so I have to postpone my first two shows in Atlantic City and Connecticut.”
Trainor went on to say, “I promise that I will make it up to my Megatronz. I have never missed a tour date before so this is killing me. I love you all very much and want to get healed quickly so I can show you this amazing tour we’ve been working on.”
“I’m truly sorry to everyone who has bought tickets and made travel plans. I hate this.” She concluded.
In another post, Trainor shared that she is in New York to see another doctor and her vocal cords are in so bad condition that she is unable to make any noise.
Meghan Trainor, who started her singing career in 2009, achieved a remarkable breakthrough in 2014 with her fourth album “Title”. Her two songs from the album “All About That Bass” and “Lips Are Movin” reached No. 1 and 4 on U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart respectively. The former one also received nominations for the Grammys and went on to win a pair of Billboard Music Awards.
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Meghan Trainor is the second singer in the short span of few months, forced to cancel shows due to vocal cords hemorrhage. Earlier in April, Sam Smith abruptly canceled his Australian tour and had to undergo a surgical treatment. Last month, Smith announced that his voice is back and he is rescheduling his tour dates.
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