Ariana Grande 'beyond devastated' as she postponed Orlando and Tampa shows after she tells fans she is 'incredibly sick'

The details about her sickness are not known yet, but this news comes soon after Grande's revelation about PTSD.


                            Ariana Grande 'beyond devastated' as she postponed Orlando and Tampa shows after she tells fans she is 'incredibly sick'

Ariana Grande has postponed her Orlando and Tampa concerts due to "sickness". The singer said in a statement that she was "beyond devasted" about the change and will be back as soon as possible. "I woke up incredibly sick today, ran to my doctor here and have been told to postpone these shows tonight and tomorrow," the 25-year-old star revealed on social media. "I'm so beyond devastated. I will make this up to you, I promise. please forgive me. i love you and i will be back and better than ever as soon as possible. love you."

Singer Ariana Grande attends the Billboard Women In Music 2018 on December 06, 2018 in New York City. (Getty Images)

The 'Thank You, Next' star further added that she would be "returning in November." "I will keep you posted as soon as possible on exact dates but we will be returning in November and you will be able to use the tickets you've already purchased," she wrote on her Instagram Stories. Live Nation also tweeted the new show dates. "The new show dates will be 11/24 in Tampa & 11/25 in Orlando," they wrote. "Ariana is sorry to disappoint her fans." They further added that Ariana's Miami concerts were "still happening". 

The details about her sickness are not known yet, but this news comes soon after Grande's revelation about PTSD. She had earlier shared her brain scans that showed that she had been suffering from PTSD. In her Instagram stories, the singer compared a healthy brain and one affected by PTSD and called the scans "hilarious and terrifying" and captioned the post "Not a joke".

Ariana had opened up about her struggle with anxiety and PTSD after the Manchester concert bombing in 2017 that killed 22 people. She had told Vogue UK that she found it hard to open up about it. "It’s hard to talk about because so many people have suffered such severe, tremendous loss. But, yeah, it’s a real thing. I know those families and my fans, and everyone there experienced a tremendous amount of it as well. Time is the biggest thing," she had said. 

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