Justin Timberlake Postpones Another Concert Over Ongoing Vocal Issues
By Paris Close
November 27, 2018
Justin Timberlake has pulled out of another concert appearance.
The "SexyBack" singer was forced to cancel his "Man of the Woods" showcase at Los Angeles' Staples Center, where he was scheduled to perform on Tuesday night (November 27), due to damaged vocal cords.
The venue confirmed the unfortunate push back in a tweet issued the day before, which read: "As a result of bruised vocal cords, the Justin Timberlake Man of The Woods concert currently scheduled for tomorrow night - November 27th at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles is postponed."
Similar misfortunes have troubled Timberlake for weeks, beginning with New York's Madison Square Garden show on October 24 and his KeyBank Center in Buffalo set on October 28 being dropped for the same reason. In November, multiple dates for appearances in Tacoma, Washington, Edmonton, and Vancouver have also been pushed to February 2019 as well.
While the severity of the "Montana" crooner's plight remains unknown, JT will be able to rest his voice for a few days before he's expected to return to the stage at Phoenix's Talking Stick Resort Arena on Thursday (November 29).
Despite his troubles, Timberlake has been staying positive. Most recently, he gave a hilarious "silent interview" with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. (Watch below!)
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