Shakira is postponing her El Dorado World Tour after suffering a vocal hemorrhage. The Colombian singer posted a message in both English and Spanish in which she announced that her entire tour has been postponed until next year!
'Unfortunately, the hemorrhage does not appear to have reabsorbed, and my nightmare continues.At the moment I find myself in a hard battle as I try to recover fully.
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She went on to say that she is "pained" by the fact that she will not be able to perform the entire month, much to the disappointment of those who did pretty much the "impossible" to get tickets.
The Hips Don't Lie singer thanked her team, family members and fans for their support. Towards the end of October though, in the home stretch of my rehearsals, I felt a unusual hoarseness that impeded my singing. In the end, she confirmed she will not be touring until further notice. The doctors, upon examination, detected that I had suffered a hemorrhage on my right vocal cord. But if the hemorrhage is continuing to bleed, it may need to be cauterized to help it heal.
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"In all the years I've been singing, I've never been faced with a situation like this", she confessed. "As such, and with a heavy heart, I must that I find myself obliged to postpone my European tour until 2018, to allow my body several necessary weeks, dedicated to my complete recovery".
"Thanks for my fans throughout the world for their understanding and loyalty", the star added.
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