Pink’s Concerts Are Canceled As The Singer Remains In The Hospital With A Gastric Virus

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After reportedly being hospitalized for a stomach virus, Pink has canceled another concert appearance on the Australian leg of her tour, according to the New York Post's Page Six. The recent cancellation, as People points out, is the third show that the singer has had to postpone on her extensive Down Under Beautiful Trauma Tour. On Sunday, August 6, the singer had to back out of a scheduled performance, just hours before she was set to take the stage in Sydney. It is unclear when the rescheduled tour dates will take place with the Australian portion of Pink's showcase scheduled to take place from July 4 to August 26.

However, Live Nation – the tour's producer – addressed the last minute cancellation on Twitter, explaining on Aug. 6:

The recent concert stalling comes just days after it was reported that Pink also had to cancel the first day of her Sydney performance due to an upper respiratory infection on August 2.

During the time of her postponement, Live Nation released a statement which detailed:

Snapshots of the entertainer and her children on the beach that later surfaced caused critics to question the reason for the show's cancellation. Pink later took to Instagram to address the drama surrounding the Byron Beach outing "out of respect" for her fans.

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Along with a paparazzi photo of the beach day, she shared a lengthy caption, which in part, read:

The blunt, yet apologetic, post appeared to be in direct response to a headline and photos which were featured in the Australian tabloid, The Daily Telegraph. The outlet shared an image of Pink lying on the beach as her daughter looked on with the headline, "Pink's Sydney concert canceled as she chills in Byron Bay."

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While defending the moment on social media, Pink also went into great detail about her health issues and how hard it is to tour with two young children in tow. Her post continued:

It certainly goes without saying that Pink's health and the well-being of her family should always be top priority and it's great to see that she's committed to making sure that she gets well soon.