UPDATE, 7/6 5:15 p.m.: Days after she was forced to cancel her two opening MTrain Tour dates, Meghan Trainor has axed three more concerts after visiting her doctor. The singer posted the news to her Instagram on Monday evening, telling her fans that there is a silver lining.
"I'm feeling much better, have already rescheduled most dates and will come back around to see you all soon!!" she wrote.
Meghan Trainor is feeling the blues.
The 21-year-old “All About That Bass” singer revealed Thursday evening that she has a hemorrhage on her vocal cords, forcing her to cancel the first two concerts on her MTrain Tour, which was set to kick off in Atlantic City on Friday.
“I don’t want anyone worrying but I have had a haemorrage [sic] on my vocal chords [sic],” Trainor wrote on her Instagram. “Right now the doctors want me ojn complete vocal rest until they are healed so I have to postpone my first two shows in Atlantic City and Connecticut.”
Trainor expressed her sorrow over the unexpected development, assuring her fans that she “will make it up my Megatronz” and that “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 am truly sorry to everyone who has bought tickets and made travel plans. I hate this,” she concluded the note, along with a crying emoji.
Trainor also posted a video to Instagram from New York where she was seeing another doctor and used her phone to communicate with her fans.
“So frustrated but cant make any noise,” she wrote in the accompanying caption. “At least I got my brother @ryan.trainor to make me smile. And my fans supporting me thank you for your kind words #loveyoumegatronz.”