Miley Cyrus Hospitalized With Allergic Reaction, Kansas City Concert Canceled
Miley Cyrus' bad month just keeps getting worse. The "Wrecking Ball" singer, 21, was hospitalized on Tuesday, April 15, because of a severe allergic reaction to some antibiotics she was taking, a press release stated.
The release -- from Kansas City's Sprint Center, where Cyrus was supposed to perform her Bangerz tour show on Tuesday night -- said that the pop star had been "placed on medical rest by her doctors" and would not be able to go on as scheduled.
Cyrus herself tweeted a message to fans from her hospital bed, apologizing for the canceled concert. "Kansas I promise I'm as heartbroken as you are. I wanted to badly 2 b there 2night," she wrote. "Not being with yall makes me feel s---tier than I already do."
A follow-up tweet included a photo of the singer in a hospital gown, with a toy octopus partially covering her face. "Mr. Octopussy & some amazing Drs are taking good care of me," she wrote alongside the pic.
Cyrus has been under the weather for a few days now. On Monday, April 14, she tweeted, "I woke up like disssss #SICK," followed by a message several hours later reading, "Fever fever go away." She has also been dealing with the grief of losing her beloved dog Floyd on April 1.