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Reneé Rapp Postpones Shows Due to Illness and to Prevent Long-Term Vocal Cord Injury: 'I Have to Prioritize My Health'

The pop star first set out on the Snow Hard Feelings Tour in support of her debut album 'Snow Angel' last September

<p>Burak Cingi/Redferns</p> Reneé Rapp performing on the Snow Hard Feelings Tour in London, England on March 2, 2024

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Reneé Rapp performing on the Snow Hard Feelings Tour in London, England on March 2, 2024

Reneé Rapp is looking out for her health.

The singer/actress, 24, announced on Tuesday that she needed to make the difficult call to postpone two shows on the U.K./European leg of her Snow Hard Feelings Tour due to illness. Rapp informed her fans of the postponement with a post on X (formerly Twitter) and opened up about having “been sick for the majority of” her 2024 tour dates.

The Mean Girls star said she would have to reschedule her afternoon and evening performances that were being presented by Vinilo Record Store and held at The Brook in Southhampton, England on March 7.

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“guys I’m sure you could tell but my voice was gone after last nights show,” Rapp wrote. “I’ve been sick for the majority of the European leg of this tour, and without any recovery time I can’t seem to shake it. I’m being told that I need to rest my voice and not sing through for risk of long term injury.”

“I want to keep delivering high quality shows [for] you,” she continued, noting that she plans to find new dates for the Southampton shows when she’s back in the U.K. for Reading & Leeds music festival in August.

She concluded by sharing why it’s important to her to focus on her recovery at this time.

“this tour is everything to me but holy s--- am I burnt and I have to prioritize my health in this moment,” Rapp wrote. “love you and appreciate your understanding endlessly.”

<p>Amy Sussman/Getty</p> Reneé Rapp at the GRAMMY Salute to Industry Icons in Los Angeles in February 2024

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Reneé Rapp at the GRAMMY Salute to Industry Icons in Los Angeles in February 2024

The “Not My Fault” artist last took to the stage on Monday in Dublin, marking the end of her U.K./European tour. She played a handful of dates, including shows in Paris and London, from mid-February until early March.

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<p>Kristy Sparow/Getty</p> Reneé Rapp performing at the L'Olympia in Paris in February 2024

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Reneé Rapp performing at the L'Olympia in Paris in February 2024

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Rapp is next scheduled to perform at both weekends of Coachella on the Sunday lineups on April 14 and 21. Throughout the late spring and summer, she’ll make a handful of other festival appearances, with sets at Boston Calling, Governors Ball, Bonnaroo, Osheaga and Reading & Leeds.

The Sex Lives of College Girls star also toured much of 2023 in support of the release of her debut studio album Snow Angel, which arrived in August. Shortly after the record dropped, the “Tummy Hurts” performer set out on an expansive tour that kicked off in September and lasted until early November.

Throughout the tour, Rapp went viral for her dynamic stage presence and powerhouse vocals, as well as her stand-out covers, including a recent performance of Beyoncé’s “Daddy Lessons” at her Paris stop and Justin Bieber’s “One Less Lonely Girl” at her Halloween concert in New York City.

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