LOS ANGELES (AFP) ― Grammy award-winning soul diva Adele has been forced to cancel a planned U.S. tour for a second time due to a hemorrhage in her vocal chord, promoters for the British singer said Tuesday.
The “Rolling in the Deep” and “Someone Like You” songstress had been set to launch almost a month of 10 sold-out U.S. dates on Oct. 7 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, rescheduled after she bowed out of a tour earlier this year.
Doctors have ordered Adele, known for her powerful voice, to rest in order to recover.
The British pop singer earlier posted comments on her website about her health and the cancellations. “Singing is literally my life, it’s my hobbie, my love, my freedom and now my job.