Kelly Clarkson cancels all remaining tour dates

Kelly Clarkson in Las Vegas
Kelly Clarkson in Las Vegas – photo via twitter.com/kelly_clarkson

Well now this is a bummer. Earlier this month, Kelly Clarkson canceled her U.S. tour dates on her doctor’s orders due to vocal problems. Now she’s been forced to cancel all of her remaining Piece by Piece Tour dates, including in the UK and Canada.

From Kelly’s website:

Regretfully, due to instruction of her doctor, Kelly Clarkson must remain on vocal rest for the remainder of the year resulting in the cancellation of her scheduled tour dates in Canada and the UK. All tickets will be refunded at the original point of purchase.

“I am truly sorry that I have to cancel the remainder of my tour dates. I was so looking forward to sharing this tour with all my amazing fans in Canada and the UK. Unfortunately my doctor is telling me I have to stay on vocal rest, but I am working hard to get better as fast as possible.”

Canceled dates are as follows:

Canada
September 30th – Ottawa, ON
October 1st – Ottawa, ON
October 2nd – Montreal, QC
October 4th – London, ON
October 7th – Winnipeg, MB
October 10th – Saskatoon, SK
October 12th – Calgary, AB
October 14th – Edmonton, AB
October 15th – Dawson Creek, BC
October 17th – Vancouver, BC

UK
November 10th – Dublin, Ireland
November 12th – Glasgow, UK
November 14th – Birmingham, UK
November 16th – Leeds, UK
November 18th – Manchester, UK
November 20th – Wembley, UK

I feel bad for the fans who bought tickets, but with a new baby on the way at least Kelly will now have some downtime to just enjoy being pregnant.

Hey, sometimes you just have to look at the bright side of these things.

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