The MTrain has come to a halt after doctors put the singer on strict vocal rest.
Meghan Trainor announced today she was forced to cancel her five remaining shows scheduled throughout December.
“I posted last week that I wasn’t feeling great, but was powering through the best that I could,” Trainor wrote in a note posted to Instagram. “Unfortunately, I am not feeling any better and after leaving the doctor today, I have been put on a strict vocal rest for the next two weeks.”
Trainor had shows scheduled this month at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, one at Madison Square Garden in NYC, the Verizon Center in Washington, DC, Jingle Ball in Atlanta and one at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, FL.
She added: “This absolutely kills me because I was so excited to see all of you on the road,” she continued. “I’m going to go home and rest so I can get back to see you all as soon as I can. I love you so much and am so appreciative of your love and support that you constantly show me. You mean everything to me. Can’t wait to see you in 2017! Love MTRAIN.”
In 2015, Trainor was forced to cancel several show dates due to a vocal cord hemorrhage. “I don’t want anyone worrying,” she said at the time. “Right now the doctors want me on complete vocal rest until they are healed.”
No word if that same issue is plaguing Trainor right now, but best of luck to her either way.