Ariana Grande Cancels Concert In Vietnam Due To 'Health Problems'

Ariana Grande is putting her health first.

The "Side To Side" singer meant to bring her Dangerous Woman tour to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017. However, she canceled her performance early that morning due to medical reasons.

The 24-year-old took to her Instagram Stories to share the sad news with her adoring fans. "My babes in Vietnam, I apologize from the bottom of my heart but I'm really dealing with some health problems at the moment," Grande wrote in a text-photo post. 

"I came here to Vietnam, so excited to perform, my doctor won't allow me to do the show for you tonight," she continued in the heartfelt note. "I'm so so sorry. There is nothing I hate to do more than to do this but I promise to make it up to you in the future. I love you and thank you for understanding."

According to Entertainment Tonight, the pop star, who has been on her international tour for months now, is expected to continue the Asian leg of it in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou Shi, China as August comes to a close. Grande will hit New Zealand and Australia this September. 

As Nicki Swift previously reported, the "Problem" singer took a brief hiatus from touring following the tragic suicide bomber attack at her Manchester concert on May 22, 2017, which took the lives of 22 people and injured dozens. She and her crew resumed their planned concert schedule on June 7 in Paris. 

On June 12, the "One Last Time" songstress was made an honorary citizen of Manchester in recognition of her charitable efforts and resilient response to the attack following a unanimous vote by the city's council. 

Grande's star-studded One Love Manchester concert in early June raised millions through her We Love Manchester Emergency Fund. In mid-August, it was announced that the victims' families would receive $324,000 each.