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Miley Cyrus axes more shows after health setback

Miley Cyrus axes more shows after health setback

MILEY CYRUS:Cyrus was due to take to the stage in Amsterdam, Netherlands on Friday but was forced to postpone that date, as well as her concert in Antwerp, Belgium on Sunday. Both gigs have been moved to June. Photo: Associated Press

Pop star Miley Cyrus has been forced to cancel more tour dates as she has been banned from traveling following her recent illness.

The “Wrecking Ball” hitmaker was admitted to a Missouri hospital in April after suffering a bad reaction to medication she had been taking for a sinus infection, and although she was discharged discharged last week, she was forced to postpone the remaining portion of her North American Bangerz tour in order to recuperate.

Cyrus was due to take to the stage in Amsterdam, Netherlands on Friday but was forced to postpone that date, as well as her concert in Antwerp, Belgium on Sunday. Both gigs have been moved to June.

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On Wednesday, the 21-year-old’s condition was updated via a statement on her website which reads: “After a period of improvement, Cyrus’ symptoms have returned and doctors will not permit her to travel. This type of extreme reaction can last up to 27 days and Cyrus must remain under doctor’s care at this time.”

The singer still plans to go ahead with her scheduled concert on May 6 in London’s O2 Arena.

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