Charlotte Cardin was forced Wednesday to cancel her first concert at L'Impérial, just hours before going on stage, saying "fighting symptoms already strong for 24 hours".
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“It is with great sadness that I have to cancel tonight's concert at L'Impérial for health reasons. I went to Quebec City this morning trying to push myself to fight symptoms that had already been strong for 24 hours. I haven't been able to get through the soundcheck because I'm so weak. This is the second concert of the tour that I have to cancel due to illness and it breaks my heart. I am deeply sorry,” she wrote to her admirers.
Normally, Charlotte Cardin has three other concerts to deliver on the stage of L'Impérial. But nothing is less certain. "I'm praying that I'm in good enough shape to be able to hold the concerts on [Thursday], Friday and Saturday. We will keep you posted,” she added.
The 27-year-old artist triumphed in Toronto on Saturday and Sunday, winning four Junos. She walked away with trophies for Artist of the Year, Song of the Year, and Pop Album of the Year and Album of the Year.