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Miley Cyrus hospitalized, cancels concert

Miley Cyrus hospitalized, cancels concert

ADMITTED: Miley Cyrus will have a to wait a little while before she twerks on another car. Photo: Associated Press

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Singer Miley Cyrus canceled her Tuesday show in Kansas City, Missouri, after being hospitalized for a “severe allergic reaction to antibiotics,” the show venue said.

Cyrus, 21, was placed on medical rest on doctors’ orders, the Sprint Center in Kansas City said in a statement. The singer posted a picture of herself in a hospital bed on Twitter with an apology to her Kansas fans, saying “I wanted so badly 2 b there 2night.” The venue said ticket holders will be refunded.

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