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Hayley Williams Shares Health Update After Cancelling Four Paramore Concerts

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Hayley Williams is giving fans an update about her health. On Friday (July 28), the 34-year-old Paramore frontwoman opened up about why the band had to pause their tour in a post shared to her Instagram Story. Keep reading to find out what she said… “As you know, we postponed a handful of dates due to illness.

We kick back up Saturday in Tulsa (!!!) after a week of misery, sadness, and bellyfuls of antibiotics and steroids,” Hayley said.

She also added, “For the record, we did not have food poisoning or a band-wide s— fest.” “In all seriousness, this past week has been really tough,” she wrote. “Nobody would know this but I started getting sick in Houston (non-contagious) and muscled it all the way through LA.

Adrenaline is a wonder! But by the time the excitement and nerves from all the LA shenanigans wore off, my body just gave out.” The band canceled shows in San Francisco, Seattle, Portland and Salt Lake City. “Touring is different at 34 than it was at 16, when leaving home felt like the greatest escape,” Hayley admitted. “At this age, I have my own home life, a community, a dog, my sisters and the rest of my family who are getting older.

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