Lena Meyer-Landrut returns after concert cancellations

Lena Meyer-Landrut returns after concert cancellations
Lena Meyer-Landrut returns after concert cancellations

Lena Meyer-Landrut recently had to cancel two concerts at short notice for health reasons. Her fans were worried about the singer. Now the 33-year-old has reported back.

Fans of Lena Meyer-Landrut can breathe a sigh of relief: After the singer had to cancel two concerts due to illness, she now seems to be on the road to recovery. The 33-year-old spoke out on Instagram and wrote: “Slowly back on her feet. A few days’ break and rest were necessary. Thank you for your well-wishes and patience.” She also published a photo showing her outdoors wearing sunglasses and a baseball cap.

Lena Meyer-Landrut had severe abdominal and kidney pain

Meyer-Landrut was actually supposed to perform at the “Tollwood Festival” in Munich on June 29th, but had to cancel the concert at short notice. On Instagram, she announced: “I wasn’t feeling well during the day and then in the evening I got cramp-like stomach and kidney pains, had to throw up shortly before the show started and was then taken to a hospital. I’m so sorry that you waited so long and had to leave disappointed. My conscience is bothering me, but my body said no.” The concert the following day in Wangen, Baden-Württemberg, was also canceled because Meyer-Landrut’s condition had worsened. “She had to go to the hospital again with severe pain,” her team said in a statement.

Fans now hope that Meyer-Landrut will fully recover so that she can play the remaining concerts of her current tour. The next performance is planned for July 19 in Plauen.

Riding accident and depression

In recent years, the singer has had repeated health problems. In April 2019, she had to cancel an appearance on the show “Inas Nacht” due to an upset stomach, and four months later she ended up in hospital with pyelonephritis. Last year, she fell off her horse during a riding lesson and broke two vertebrae. “When you’re lying there and then you think for a moment, ‘Okay, it wasn’t much of a stretch and then you just couldn’t use my legs anymore, so to speak.’ That’s really hard,” she said a few months after the accident in the SWR3 podcast, “1 plus 1 – Freundschaft auf Zeit”.

The singer has also repeatedly spoken about the fact that she struggles with mental problems and depression. A few weeks ago, she told the magazine “Der Spiegel”: “I had a bad, dark phase in the spring of 2022. And at the end of last year I was also feeling bad. I had a relapse of depression.” And she continued: “For me, this diagnosis is simply part of my life, part of normality. It belongs to me.” She has been in therapy for years and has “learned tools to deal with the pressure”. “It’s all about breaking thought spirals,” said Meyer-Landrut, who has been in the public eye since her ESC victory for Germany in 2010. At the time, she was only 19 years old.

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