Lizzo cancels her Montreal show after falling ill
Grammy-winning singer Lizzo canceled his performance at Montreal’s Bell Center after falling ill. The artist, who is busy with concerts and events, apologized to fans and promised to make it up to them. Still, there are concerns about whether he can perform on May 6 in Hartford, Connecticut.
During the April 21 performance, Lizzo expressed her support for the LGBTQ+ community by inviting drag performers to the stage in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Read on to learn more.
Lizzo, who is currently on tour for her latest album ‘Special’, has faced an unexpected setback. The time began at the FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida on September 23, 2022 and continues until he performs at the Fuji Rock Festival in Niigata, Japan on July 30, 2023.
Unfortunately, after coming down with flu-like symptoms, the “Truth Hurts” singer had to cancel his scheduled performance at the Bell Center in Montreal, Canada.
One Instagram In the video, the talented rapper, singer and flutist wears a face mask and cozy blanket as he shares the news of his unfortunate situation. “Hey Montreal, I had a sore throat and a headache last night (Wednesday). And I went to bed and I woke up this morning (Thursday) and I was worse,” she explained.
“My body is weak, I have chills and I have a headache,” he continued. “Usually, if it’s just a cold, I’ll show you, eat, take some medicine, and you’ll get better.” But it’s getting worse,” he added.
Lizzo promises to honor the fans’ tickets with a make-up show
Based on TMZthe Detroit singer also tweeted about her 102-degree fever and admitted that it was the second time in her entire career that she had to cancel a performance due to health reasons.
However, Lizzo reassured her followers that she would reschedule her show and honor tickets for a make-up show, apologizing for any inconvenience, stating: “I would love to find a time to reschedule but I just can’t perform tonight (Thursday). “
The 35-year-old musician ended his post by promising to do his best to “even it out Montreal” and bring his energy to the stage soon. However, there is concern that Lizzo is not feeling well enough to perform on May 6 at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut.
Lizzo celebrates Drag Entertainers in Tennessee despite the ban
Lizzo has been on the move lately, packed with performances and events. He wowed the crowd at the Jazz & Heritage Festival in New Orleans on Friday. On Monday, he attended the prestigious Met Gala in New York, and the night before, he attended Anna Wintour’s pre-Met Gala dinner.
His last performances were on April 26th in Memphis and Knoxville, Tennessee, where he boldly declared his support for the LGBTQ+ community on the 21st.
In response to the state’s new law banning drag shows, Lizzo invited a group of drag performers, including several from “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” to join her on stage for a triumphant dance, declaring, “Why not create a safe place in Tennessee to celebrate drag and celebrate our differences?
Lizzo’s soaring music career since 2013
The music world was first introduced to Lizzo in 2013, when she quickly made her mark in the industry, rising to prominence as a member of hip-hop group Grrrl Prty, which formed that year and released two successful EPs before disbanding in 2016.
That same year, Lizzo released his debut solo studio album, ‘Lizzobangers’, which showcased his unique talent and garnered critical acclaim. Virgin Records re-released the album the following year, further cementing its presence in the music scene.
In 2015, Lizzo continued to build her career with the release of her second album, ‘Big Grrrl Small World’. However, her third album, ‘Cuz I Love You’, catapulted her into the mainstream in 2019. The album included hits such as “Juice”, “Temp” and the title track “Cuz I Love You”, which became an anthem for her devoted fan base.