Demi Lovato is proving once again that sometimes, you have to prioritize your health first.
DemiLovato is battling "swollen vocal chords" - and has been forced to cancel her London concert tonight.
A doctor told her she could further injure her vocal cords if she performed Sunday, which would force her to cancel the rest of her world tour.
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Demi continued: 'I'm so so so sorry to disappoint any of my fans in London that have travelled hours to be here by plane or auto, and to all the fans that got these tickets for their birthday, holiday or any other special occasion. "It breaks my heart to let you down".
Signing off, Demi reassured fans she would be rescheduling the show for 25th June and thanked fans for their understanding. The singer announced on her Instagram story that the United Kingdom stop on her Tell Me You Love Me World Tour was unfortunately cancelled due to an issue with her vocal chords that could lead to more serious complications had she chosen to perform.
She told fans via her Twitter account that she has swollen vocal cords and that she wouldn't pull out of performing unless she "absolutely had to".
While a third added: 'Take good care of yourself, I'm sure everyone will understand and we know how much you love us, and how much it tears you apart when these things sadly happens. "I can't do the show tonight because I have no voice", she says in the clip. Hopefully I will be able to perform at the O2, very soon. But I really can't go on, and I'm really sorry.
Continuing to tweet to deal with boredom, she joked that the best part of her day had involved "getting a camera shoved up my nose and down my throat", then added that the procedure was "still less invasive than paparazzi". Sometimes, you have to put other things on hold (like work, school, or social commitments) in order to replenish your strength and feel your best.
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