Ariana Grande is not on the podium on Saturday for her comeback concert. The singer, because of “health problems”, strikes through her show in Las Vegas, the first show she would give since her stranded relationship with comedian Pete Davidson in October.

“Vegas, I am currently struggling with a number of health problems,” Grande said in an Instagram Story.

“I’m sorry I can not see you this weekend, I love you and look forward to meeting you next year and making it right.” What the 25-year-old singer is missing is not clear. Hotel The Cosmopolitan, where it would act, keeps it on “unforeseen health reasons”. People who have bought a ticket get their money back.

In March, Grande will kick off its fourth world tour. On 23 and 24 August and on 11 September she will be in the Amsterdam Ziggo Dome. The singer has had a tough time behind her. On May 22, 2017, an attack was committed during her concert in Manchester, her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller committed suicide in September this year and her engagement with Davidson was broken.