‘All About That Bass’ singer Meghan Trainor has has it rough ever since launching her world tour, suffering from sickness and vocal rest that forced her to miss several concerts. However, now it seems the singer has no choice when it comes to the remaining North American leg of her tour and has had to cancel her remaining concerts due to bronchitis that caused a vocal cord hemorrhage.
The singer announced on her Instagram that despite vocal rest and taking precautions, her coughing from the bronchitis pushed her vocal cords over the edge, creating a second hemorrhage. A vocal cord hemorrhage revolves around blood leaking into the vocal fold and staying there even after the injury has healed. This is the second time Trainor has suffered from this ailment and instead of pushing through and risking more damage, she has decided to surgery.
This is the second time Meghan has had to cancel concerts in Detroit, where just last year she suffered from vocal ailments. We are sure her fans are disappointed but at the same time, we know the best thing for her to do is get better. Tickets will be refunded for the remaining shows that are cancelled.