Ariana Grande’s show at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, scheduled for Sunday night, has been rescheduled for Thursday due to the singer’s illness, as reported by The Sacramento Bee. Ariana took to Twitter to make her announcement, saying that she’s “just too sick” to show up and perform for her fans in Sacramento.
Ariana, whose hits include “Bang Bang,” “Problem,” and “Love Me Harder,” has made it known since Friday – just before her show in Portland – that she hasn’t been feeling up to snuff lately. What was it she did to keep herself comfortable throughout her ordeal? Why, sip on some throat coat tea and indulge in some Orange is the New Black marathon viewing, of course.
Grande did show up for her show in Portland but had to remind them beforehand that she’ll be “a bit more bundled up” on account of the chills.
If fans are anything to go by, it looks like Ariana Grande’s show in Portland was a resounding success despite her illness.
Sadly, it looked like the show in Portland eventually took its toll on Ariana’s body, as she would later reveal in a tweet on Saturday.
On Sunday, Grande tweeted that she’s feeling “sick sick sick” but was trying to get better so she can show up for her show in Portland.
Early the next day, Ariana took to Twitter again to announce that she would be unable to perform at the Sleep Train Arena due to the aforementioned illness. According to the tweet, the show will be rescheduled for Thursday and Ariana hopes to make it up to her fans in Sacramento by then.
Ariana Grande is right in the middle of her first solo world tour, The Honeymoon Tour, whose stops include North America, Europe, Asia, and South America. The tour is scheduled to wrap up on October 25 in São Paulo, Brazil. Despite the rescheduled Sacramento show, the original schedule will go as planned. After the Sacramento show on Thursday, Ariana is scheduled to appear at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View on September 8.
As previously reported by IB Times, talks about Ariana Grande’s upcoming third studio album, titled Moonlight, have begun picking up steam when Ariana made a series of tweets hinting about “the near future.”
Looks like Ariana Grande’s fans have a lot to get excited about. But first: Get well soon, Ariana!
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