Ariana Grande called off her Vegas New Year’s Eve concert

Ariana’s show cancelled

by Bushra Nayeem

Ariana Grande will be absent this New Year’s Eve from all platforms. The singer was to perform in Vegas this New Year’s Eve. 

Ariana Grande

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The Thank U, Next star has canceled all her plans for this New Year’s Eve. She was to perform in Vegas. However, that is not the case anymore.

Ariana Grande's next single 'Imagine'

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Sources explained how Ariana has been sick for almost a week. She is not well enough to perform. According to the sources, she is suffering from Bronchitis.

Ariana Grande

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Grande, 25, also took over Instagram and apologized. She wrote; “Vegas, I’m currently working through some health issues and I’m beyond sorry I won’t be able to see u this weekend. I love u and so look forward to seeing u and making it up to u next year.”

(Image source: Instagram/ Ariana Grande)

The concert was supposed to happen at The Chelsea. The Chelsea is inside The Cosmopolitan. It caters 32,00 people. Tickets were sold for up to $1000. However, all the guests will get a refund.

Ariana Grande

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Ariana suffered many losses this year. She lost her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller. She was devastated by his death and went into severe depression.

mac miller

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Many people bullied the pop star online. Some even blamed her for Miller’s suicide.

Her tweets depicted her mental state. Fans got really worried for her.

Kanye West

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She also broke off her engagement with SNL star, Pete Davidson.

Pete Davidson

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Grande talked about Pete in her infamous song Thank U, Next. The lyrics were “Even got married/and for Pete, I’m so thankful/ wish I could say thank you to Malcolm cause he was an angel.”

 

Furthermore, the singer will be starting off her Sweetener tour from March 18.



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