The singer has been advised by doctors to go on 'vocal rest'.
Aussie pop star Delta Goodrem has postponed her upcoming UK and European tour due to vocal issues.
The Lost Without You singer announced yesterday on social media that she would no longer be able to perform as her doctors had given "strict advice" to rest her vocals.
"It hurts my heart to have to share with you that we've had to make the difficult decision to reschedule my upcoming UK & European shows," she wrote. "I am feeling so grateful to be this busy in this moment of my career, but from overextending myself on a number of projects, including preparing new music for you all, I, unfortunately, overused my vocal cords to the point of me having no voice for extended periods of time.
"I have been pushing through this month believing my voice would heal, but as I sit here typing from rehearsals with a ready show, my doctors have just ordered me to go on strict vocal rest and not sing."
"I am so excited to have an incredible year of touring ahead. Nothing makes me happier than being on a stage and performing for you in full flight."
Delta continued on, promising fans that they are "working on rescheduling these shows as soon as possible" and that "tickets will remain valid for the new dates, once announced."
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Her Hearts On The Run tour was initially scheduled to kick off in Dublin, Ireland, on 4 April and conclude in Manchester, England, on 3 May.
Alongside selections from her entire career, the concerts were to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her ‘Innocent Eyes’ LP, the debut album from the singer-songwriter, released in March 2003.
Goodrem will also embark on the Aus leg of her Hearts On The Run tour later this year, giving aus fans the opportunity to relive the album that shaped multiple generations' lives and listen to Goodrem's journey as she shares and narrates her personal experiences through this historic chapter.
The tour will commence on 25 September 2023 at the Sydney Opera House before heading to Hamer Hall in Melbourne on 28 September, followed by Festival Theatre in Adelaide on 1 October, Queensland Performing Arts Centre in Brisbane on 3 October, and concludes at Perth's Riverside Theatre on 7 October.
Goodrem said about the tour announcement, "I feel so grateful to have had all the opportunities this album has brought in my life and all the incredible people that took me into their homes with this album and who have been on this journey with me. This is going to be a wonderful night together of music and storytelling celebrating the album that changed my life."
You can purchase tickets here.