Entertainment Shakira postpones tour dates due to vocal cord issues

03:50  15 november  2017
03:50  15 november  2017 Source:   Cover Media

Shakira postpones further shows after straining vocal cords

  Shakira postpones further shows after straining vocal cords Shakira's 'El Dorado World Tour' has been pushed back again as the singer has postponed further shows due to straining her vocal cords.Shakira has been forced to postpone further dates of her 'El Dorado World Tour' after straining her vocal cords.

Shakira forced to postpone 'El Dorado World Tour ' - find out why. The singer was scheduled to start on 8 November. By hellomagazine.com Gerard Pique's longtime love Shakira will no longer kick off her El Dorado World Tour on 8 November due to strained vocal cords .

Gerard Pique's longtime love will no longer kick off her 'El Dorado World Tour ' on November 8 due to strained vocal cords . Shakira announced on Tuesday that she has to postpone the start of her El Dorado World Tour .

Shakira has been forced to postpone the European dates of her world tour until 2018 due to vocal issues.

The Hips Don't Lie singer was due to kick off her El Dorado World Tour in Cologne, Germany earlier in November (17) but she had to postpone several dates due to "strained vocal cords" but was hoping to get back on the road by Wednesday (16Nov17).

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However, Shakira has now revealed she has a haemorrhage on her right vocal cord and, even though she had been on vocal rest, she still hasn't recovered, and will be postponing her forthcoming gigs.

In a lengthy Instagram post, the star confessed to her fans that the past few days have been "some of the hardest of my career" and her "nightmare continues" while she battles her health issues.

Shakira postpones European tour due to vocal cord haemorrhage

  Shakira postpones European tour due to vocal cord haemorrhage Shakira has been forced to postpone the European leg of her 'El Dorado World Tour' until 2018, due to suffering a haemorrhage in her right vocal cord.Shakira has postponed the European leg of her 'El Dorado World Tour' after suffering a haemorrhage in her vocal cord.

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Shakira took to social media yesterday to inform her many followers that she decided to postpone four more world tour dates because of her vocal issues . The superstar was supposed to start her world tour with a concert in Germany on Wednesday but couldn’t perform due to her strained vocal cords .

"It pains me not to be able to sing this month, for those have done even the impossible to get tickets and accompany me throughout different countries of Europe," she wrote. "In all the years I've been singing, I've never been faced with a situation like this. As such, and with a heavy heart, I must that I find myself obliged to postpone my European tour until 2018, to allow my body several necessary weeks, dedicated to my complete recovery."

The 40-year-old thanked her fans for understanding and said that she will always remember those who have been supportive.

"I hope to overcome this difficult trial and to return to the stage as soon as possible, to once again hear your voices singing along with mine," she continued.

It is not known when the European leg will take place in 2018. The North American trek is scheduled to begin on 9 January in Orlando, Florida.

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