LeAnn Rimes Postpones 2 Shows Due To Vocal Cord Injury
LeAnn Rimes has pulled the plug on a pair of upcoming shows due to a vocal cord injury.
“While sick with the flu, my doctor discovered a bleed on my vocal cord, caused by the violent cough that came along with being sick,” the 40-year-old singer shared in a handwritten note posted on Instagram.
“I am getting better, but I am unable to talk or sing…doctor’s orders!”
Rimes rescheduled Friday night’s show in Riverside, Iowa and Saturday’s in Nashville. She is scheduled to resume her JOY: The Holiday Show tour in Oregon on Dec. 16.
Earlier this year, Rimes celebrated the success of her debut single – a cover of the 1958 Bill Mack song “Blue” – in an Instagram post. “thank you for making little le’s wildest dreams come true and supporting me ever since!," she wrote.
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