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Bret Michaels cancels Pennsylvania concert; fans beg star to focus on his health

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Bret Michaels had a serious health scare on Thursday night that shocked his fans. He was forced to leave the stage at the Palace Theater in Manchester, New Hampshire due to complications involving insulin shock and severe low blood sugar after performing only three songs. The situation had fans, his crew and doctors very concerned. According to People Magazine on Friday the former Poison singer needed immediate medical assistance and was taken by ambulance to Catholic Medical Center.

On Friday night the official Bret Michaels Facebook page announced that the Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania concert has been canceled so the artist can rest. Apparently Bret is also suffering from exhaustion, dehydration, fever and the noro flu virus. Putting all the health issues together, there is no doubt a night of rest is needed for the entertainer.

While the concert on Saturday could be canceled as well, it seems that the entertainer is taking things day by day. Unwilling to clear the schedule just yet, the star is hoping to get back on the stage soon. Depending on how fast he recovers, it might take a few days before that happens.

For fans who have tickets to the Pennsylvania concert this decision to cancel the concert seems like a minor inconvenience. Individuals who love the entertainer and his music have plastered messages on Facebook telling the star to rest, take care of his health and not to worry. In fact, scrolling through the comments intended for the star, the messages of love and support came from everyone including people who will be inconvenienced by the announcement of Friday’s concert.

Bret Michael’s had to be one of the luckiest stars on the planet. When Lady Gaga had to cancel her Seattle concert due to bronchitis, there were people seriously complaining. However, for Bret Michaels, the fans insist he takes off more than one day if necessary as they want him to get well.

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