Bonnie Raitt is currently under doctor’s orders and has been encouraged to postpone five upcoming shows in May to address a “medical situation.”

The “Something To Talk About” singer’s team turned to Twitter Friday (April 28) afternoon to give an unexpected health update. The brief statement confirmed that the hitmaker would undergo surgery and would have to take a step back from performing to “heal properly.”
Toni Braxton, 55, the legendary sultry singer who has belted out a litany of classics including “Un-break My Heart,” “Another Sad Love Song” and “Breathe Again,” told the “Today” show that her systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) diagnosis nearly led to a heart attack [sic].
Morgan Wallen fans in Mississippi aren’t waking up singing his songs, or his praises … because he pulled the plug on a concert just minutes before he was set to get onstage.
Metallica have confirmed that Five Finger Death Punch will not be joining them at the M72 world tour kickoff in Amsterdam, Netherlands on April 29 “due to unforeseen circumstances” and that Nightwish singer Floor Jansen will perform in their absence.
Morbid Angel stopped a hometown show in Florida after a handful of songs when founding guitarist Trey Azagthoth appeared to fall ill and become unsteady on his feet.
Jenelle Evans is recovering at the moment from a fairly serious medical procedure.
Ray Romano has made a name for himself over the years, entertaining audiences with a number of projects, but the actor revealed that he recently went through a health scare that required surgery.

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