Cher Postpones Tour Dates After Acute Viral Infection Diagnosis

The 68-year-old singer reschedules two Dressed to Kill Tour stops

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Cher has postponed several upcoming tour dates after doctors diagnosed her with an acute viral infection, one of her representatives told TheWrap on Monday.

The “Believe” singer is on the mend, but she’s been forced to reschedule the two opening stops of her Dressed to Kill Tour’s second leg in Albany, N.Y., and Manchester, N.H. Instead of taking the stage, the 68-year-old will be resting up at home.

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The two shows have been postponed until early October, with the singer now set to perform in Albany on Oct. 6 and Manchester on Oct. 7. She’s expected to play in Allentown, Pa. on Sept. 15.

The Dressed to Kill Tour, which has featured rock icon Pat Benatar and pop legend Cyndi Lauper as opening acts, is Cher‘s eighth solo tour overall. It opened March 22 in Phoenix and has already grossed over $55 million.