Singer Ariana Grande suffered a vocal cord hemorrhage that forced her to cancel upcoming appearances while she rests and recovers. Find out why Ariana got sick and why she's "devastated at this news." Feel better soon! Aw, poor Ariana Grande! She's reportedly suffering from a vocal cord hemorrhage.
Ariana, whose album Yours Truly debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200, has been working the talk show circuit and a variety of other appearances--no doubt it's all taken a toll.
She's had to cancel some upcoming performances, according to a Page Six report, with a source noting, "Ariana had a show in LA on Monday night, then on Tuesday she woke up and felt unwell. She tried to sing with her vocal coach, who recommended she see a doctor."
The insider added, "She has a vocal cord hemorrhage. She is devastated at this news, but she knows she will have to rest."
Ariana told fans on Twitter: "My 1st album has debuted at #1 & I can't even begin to express my gratitude. Thank you for supporting my music, this really means the world."
Ariana is the first female artist to debut at Number 1 with her first album since January 2010.
Rest and feel better soon, Ariana!
UPDATE: Ariana tweeted about her vocal rest and thanked fans, writing: "First day off in forever... Vocal rest and watching movies in with my best friend @alexaluria dunno what I'd do without her."
She added: "Thank you guys for the well wishes, I'll be better in no time.. just need some rest"
Ariana also updated curious fans about how the vocal cord injury happened, tweeting: "For those of u asking about my voice I screamed too much at my party totally irresponsible but it's better now, thanks for the well wishes"