Mon, 14 April 2008 22:44:23 ET
Toni Braxton's show for April has been canceled, at least until May, since she has more medical tests for her illness.
The Flamingo Las Vegas has confirmed that Toni Braxton
's show would still be in the dark since the 40-year-old Grammy winner still has more medical tests following her April 7 hospitalization for chest pain. Thus, the show has been canceled, at least until May. The singer, who is famous for her hits "Un-break My Heart" and "You're Makin' Me High", will take a previously-scheduled two-week break to undergo more medical tests with her show, "Toni Braxton: Revealed".
In handling this, The Flamingo has prepared further action. As the consequence, Flamingo is offering refunds for the canceled shows, for people that have already had the tickets to the shows. Meanwhile, Braxton is due to return to the live shows on May 6.
Last week, the singer experienced chest pains after a show, and was taken to the hospital. The full details surrounding Braxton's hospital visit and illness are currently unclear, but it appears to be more true now than ever, that Toni suffers from heart disease, since she has been treated in the past for pericarditis, a viral inflammation of the heart.
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