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Miley Cyrus hospitalized for reported severe allergic reaction

Miley Cyrus hospitalized for reported severe allergic reaction
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The troubles just keep coming for Miley Cyrus. According to an article published by Kansascity.com on April 15, Cyrus was forced to cancel her show at the Sprint Center in Kansas that was scheduled for Tuesday due to being hospitalized.

Kansascity.com reports that Cyrus reportedly suffered a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics, and was hospitalized. As a result, Cyrus had to cancel her April 15 “Bangerz” tour performance. Reports indicated that ticket refunds will be available at the point of purchase, and online and phone tickets will be automatically refunded.

Cyrus, who had been complaining about having a cough, feeling sick, and running a fever on Twitter, also posted a photo of herself in a hospital gown with a toy octopus. In the tweet she said that “Mr. Octopus[explicit] & [and] some amazing Drs [doctors] are taking good care of me.”

The singer also posted an apology to her fans in Kansas on Twitter. She explained she wanted to be with them, and added that not being able to perform made her feel worse than she already did.

At this point it is unclear when Cyrus will continue her “Bangerz” tour. The singer is set to perform in Louisville, Kentucky on April 19, but there's been no word if she will be well enough to keep that date.

This illness comes just two weeks after the singer struggled through a tear performance of Fleetwood Mac's “Landslide” in Boston after the death of her 3-year-old dog, Floyd. Cyrus told her Twitter followers that the day Floyd passed was the worst day of her life.

Cyrus released her fourth studio album titled “Bangerz” in October 2013. The album reportedly reached the #1 spot on the iTunes charts ten minutes before it was scheduled to be released. A single from the recorded titled “Wrecking Ball” also claimed seven #1 spots including giving Cyrus her first #1 hit on the Billboards Hot 100 chart.