Ariana Grande has ran into a rut this week, a week after Dangerous Woman was released as she had to call off her performance at Portugal’s Rock in Rio via doctor’s orders.
“I’m deeply saddened to tell my babes in Portugal that I have to cancel my performance at Rock in Rio. (I’ve literally been crying over this for an hour)… I have a throat & sinus infection & my doctors have advised me not to sing for a few days,” Grande — who was scheduled to take the stage at Rock in Rio in Lisbon on Sunday, May 29 — wrote on Instagram. “I promise to make it up to you, and give you the best show I’m capable of when I return. Again, I’m so sorry to the babes who were coming to see me. I love you with all my heart.”
Grande’s new album, Dangerous Woman, was released on May 20. It debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200, just behind Drake’s Views.