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Brandi Carlile reveals she contracted Covid-19 and will have to miss out on Stagecoach

Brandi Carlile announced on Wednesday night that she will not be able to perform at Stagecoach after contracting COVID-19.The singer-songwriter, 40, posted a video to inform her more than 735,000 followers about her diagnosis.'Hey, buddies. It finally happened.

I have the Covid so I won’t be able to come to Stagecoach,' the Right on Time singer said. Dropping out:Brandi Carlile announced on Wednesday night that she will not be able to perform at Stagecoach after contracting COVID-19 She added, 'It’s horrible.

I’m a few days in and I have a chest infection, but I think I turned a corner today and I’m starting to feel a little better.'I just wanted to let everybody know that I’m devastated to be missing you and I hope you have a wonderful time out there with all my freaking friends. See you on the other side of this trash.' She captioned the clip, 'It finally got me.'Her hair, cut short, was combed back and out of her face, and she wore a simple t-shirt and glasses in the video.A number of faces friends and fans reached out to give the star their well wishes as she battles the dangerous virus.

Letting her fans know:The singer-songwriter, 40, posted a video to inform her more than 735,000 followers about her diagnosis Relaxed outfit:Her hair, cut short, was combed back and out of her face, and she wore a simple t-shirt and glasses in the videoSix-time Grammy nominee Yola wrote, 'Noooooo!!!! [crying face] Get well soon fam!' in the comments.Comedian Chelsea Handler decided to compliment the That Wasn't Me singer and wrote, 'You’re so cute.'Maren Morris, who will perform at Stagecoach this weekend, added, 'Feel better. We will miss you.✨' Showing support:Comedian Chelsea Handler decided to compliment the That Wasn't Me singer

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Brandi Carlile announced on Wednesday night that she will not be able to perform at Stagecoach after contracting COVID-19.The singer-songwriter, 40, posted a video to inform her more than 735,000 followers about her diagnosis.'Hey, buddies. It finally happened.
Gallery: ‘Jeen-Yuhs’ : 10 revelations from Kanye West’s Netflix documentary (BANG Showbiz)Her followers flooded the comments with messages of support as many of Brandi's fans wished her a "speedy recovery". One fan wrote: "So sorry you got it, sending healthy vibes and love, hope you’re feeling much better soon!" Another added: "You got this @brandicarlile !!!! Don’t rush it and get a lot of rest.

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