Bummer! Kelly Clarkson Cancels Remaining U.S. Tour Dates

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It’s been the summer of great Kelly Clarkson covers, with her tackling everyone from ‘NSYNC to Taylor Swift to Wynonna Judd to Bonnie Raitt to Prince to Dolly Parton on her Piece by Piece Tour. With only eight dates left, Clarkson has been forced to pause her tour, canceling the remaining dates on the U.S. leg of the tour.

The mama-to-be took to social media last night to share the news, saying “I need to rest my voice!”

She writes:

So bummed that I have to cancel some of my tour dates. This kills me, but doctors are saying I need to rest my voice! I can’t wait to get healthy and see y’all back on the road soon. I hate canceling and I am truly sorry to my fans that have been excited to see this show. Please know that I never cancel anything unless it’s absolutely necessary.

The cities affected by the cancellation are Vienna, VA (9/12 & 9/13), Tampa, FL (9/15), West Palm Beach, FL (9/17), Raleigh, NC (9/19) & Camden, NJ (9/20). No word yet on if her Canadian or overseas dates will be affected.

Get well soon, Kelly!

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