Christina Aguilera had postponed a show in Detroit, Michigan in October, but as of this weekend, the popstar has officially cancelled the gig.

The show was originally supposed to take place on October 13 at Detroit’s Fox Theatre as a part of her Liberation Tour. On the day of the show, Aguilera had to cancel due to “doctor’s orders.”

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However, the show was never actually postponed to a new date. On Friday, it was announced that the show was cancelled. According to promoter 313 Presents, refunds will be available at point of purchase, and any tickets bought over the phone or online will be automatically refunded.

Earlier this year, Aguilera embarked on her first tour in 10 years  in support of her 2018 record, Liberation. She made stops in cities like Washington D.C., Los Angeles, New Orleans, Las Vegas, St. Louis, and New Orleans before wrapping-up in St. Petersburg in November.

While she has not announced more tour dates at this time, she is due to perform at New Year’s Rockin’ Eve at New York City’s Times Square on December 31. The event will also be streamed on ABC, starting at 8 p.m. EST.

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