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Source: 60 Minutes

The pop star Pink was forced to cancel a concert in Switzerland on Wednesday due to a medical scare.

Pink, 43, took to Instagram on Tuesday to explain the situation to her fans as she cancelled a concert that was scheduled to take place in Bern the next night.

Read her message:

Pink offered no further details on what specific medical issue she’s battling.

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Pink Next Scheduled To Perform On Saturday

TAKK AB Entertainment had already announced that Pink’s show would be canceled due to “illness and after a thorough medical examination.” The company added that the show will not be rescheduled.

“We wish P!nk a speedy and full recovery,” TAKK AB Entertainment concluded, according to Fox News.

Pink is next scheduled to perform in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Saturday. She will then head to Amsterdam to perform on Wednesday, July 10. Neither of these performance have been cancelled at the time of this writing.

Pink’s Summer Carnival tour is supposed to see her performing throughout Europe for the rest of July. She will then return to North America for further concert dates in mid-August, according to US Weekly.

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Pink’s Previous Health Issues

This comes after Pink was forced to cancel two concerts in Vancouver, Canada in October of last year due to a respiratory infection.

“I am deeply sorry to share that I have a respiratory infection and my doctor has advised that I am unable to perform at the Vancouver shows on Friday and Saturday,” she wrote on Instagram at the time.

Pink is one of the most famous and beloved pop stars of all time. She’s won three Grammy Awards, four Billboard Music Awards, seven MTV VMA, two MTV EMA and two Brit Awards.’

We can only hope that whatever health ailment that Pink is facing, it isn’t something that is too serious. Please join us in saying a prayer for Pink as she continues to recover from this!

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