Earlier this week Miley Cyrus announced that she was forced to cancel a concert scheduled for her “Bangerz” tour due to an allergic reaction. Now, according to an article published by MTV on Friday, the 21-year-old singer pushed back all the U.S. stops for her "Bangerz” tour until August.
MTV reports that Cyrus has rescheduled a total of 11 U.S. stops on her “Bangerz” tour including ones that were set for Louisville, Ky., Philadelphia, Penn., and Kansas City, Mo. Officials say Cyrus' European dates, which begin in Amsterdam on May 2, should not be affected.
Cyrus was complaining about feeling under the weather on Twitter on April 14, when she complained about her cough coming back; she added that she felt sick and was running a fever. Cyrus was later hospitalized for, what official say, is an "extreme allergic reaction to medication."
On April 19, the singer posted an angry tweet telling everyone to, "shut the f**k up & let me heal." Along with it, she posted a statement giving more details about why she had been hospitalized. The statement revealed that Cyrus was suffering from a sinus infection, and was treated with an antibiotic called Cephalexin, which caused her to suffer an extreme allergic reaction. The statement explained that it could take anywhere from five to 27 days for someone to recover from an allergic reaction of this magnitude, and that Cyrus would remain under the care of doctors until there is some improvement in her condition.
Cyrus has been in constant contact with her fans on social media, and has apologized repeatedly for missing her “Bangerz” appearances. In a tweet posted early Saturday, the singer said it "sucked" seeing everyone having fun in Nashville, Tenn., which is her hometown, and the place she was most looking forward to visiting.
Bangerz is Cyrus' fourth fourth studio album.