Reba McEntire has been forced to postpone some upcoming concerts after being put on vocal rest by her doctor.
Reba, who is only 3 weeks into her REBA: Live In Concert Tour, shared the health and tour update on social media Wednesday (November 2).
“An update about this weekend’s shows…My doctor has advised me to go on vocal rest, so I have made the difficult decision to reschedule this weekend’s shows,” Reba wrote. “Thank you for understanding!”
McEntire’s tour stops for November 3, 4 and 5 in Raleigh, North Carolina, Columbus, Ohio, and Indianapolis, Indiana, respectively, have been rescheduled for December.
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Reba kicked off her highly-anticipated tour on October 13.
According to Music Mayhem Magazine, the “Fancy” singer’s tour set consists of 30 songs that include virtual collabs with Vince Gill and Brooks & Dunn. The outlet also reports that the show is jam-packed with “costume changes, pyrotechnics, and more.”
McEntire was recently announced as a performer for the upcoming CMA Awards show that will take place Wednesday, November 9. Few details have been released about her scheduled performance and it is only listed on the CMA website as “A Special Performance.” It is unclear if today’s announcement of vocal rest will affect her ability to sing at the CMAs.
Tune in to ABC on November 9 at 7 p.m. CST to see if Reba makes an appearance.