Singer Meghan Trainor, who has been diagnosed with a hemorrhage on her vocal cords, announced new dates as well as further cancellations of her shows.
The "Your Lips Are Moving" singer's Instagram post on Monday revealed that the concerts scheduled for this weekend in Detroit and Chicago are moved back. Meanwhile, her slated appearance at the Common Gound Music Festival this week has been cancelled.
"I have bad news, my doctor says I have to postpone two more dates, Detroit & Chicago and sadly I have to cancel my appearance at the Common Ground Music Festival," the 21-year-old pop icon said on her post.
Nevertheless, the "All About The Bass" performer said that she's "feeling much better" now, further suggesting that in no time, she will be resuming her gigs when she shared the new dates of her shows. They are as follows:
Monday, 9/7 Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena
Wednesday, 9/9 Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom
Friday, 9/11 Detroit, MI – The Fillmore
Sun 9/13 Atlantic City, NJ – Borgata Festival Park
The Massachusetts-born singer-songwriter went on to give her thanks to her attending physician for "seeing me immediately" and "being so helpful" as well as to her fans who supported her.
"You made me feel a lot better about this crappy situation. I love you all so much!!" she said.
Earlier this month, Trainor was diagnosed with the injury which, according to Billboard, is "relatively common among singers."