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Elton John cancels Las Vegas shows due to ‘potentially deadly’ infection

The singer announced he was pulling out of several demonstrates after contracting a bacterial infection in South America that led to two nights in intensive care

Sir Elton John has pulled out of a series of concerts in Las Vegas due to an unusual bacterial infection he contracted in South America, which left him in intensive care.

The singer announced he was pulling out of the demonstrates on Monday in a declaration stating that explained that he spent two nights in intensive care and was liberated on 22 April after becoming ailment on a flight to the UK from Chile.

During a recent, successful tour of South America, Elton contracted a harmful and unusual bacterial infection, the statement read.

During his return flight residence from Santiago, Chile he became violently ill. Upon returning to the UK, Eltons physicians declared him to hospital, where he underwent immediate care to remove the infection. After investing two nights in intensive care followed by an extended stay in hospital, Elton was liberated from hospital.

It added that the infection was rare and potentially deadly but that the stars medical team identified it quickly and that he is expected to make a full and complete recuperation.

Elton John likewise added: I am so fortunate to have the most incredible and loyal followers and apologise for disappointing them. I am extremely grateful to the medical team for their excellence in looking after me so well.

The affected depicts was already in the Million Dollar Piano show and are attributed to take place at Caesars Palace in April and May, while another gig in Bakersfield, California, on 6 May was also cancelled.

The singer is expected to return for his scheduled gigs at Twickenham, in London on 3 June.

Read more: http :// www.theguardian.com/ us

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