Amy Schumer Forced To Cancel Canadian Standup Dates Due To Illness: ‘I’m So Sorry Canadian Sweet People’

Amy Schumer is feeling under the weather, which is bad news for Canadian fans after the “Trainwreck” star announced her illness is forcing her to cancel upcoming standup shows in Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal.

Schumer was scheduled to perform Wednesday in Toronto, Thursday in Ottawa and Friday in Montreal, but all three shows have been rescheduled with new dates in early 2017.

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In a video posted on her Instagram account today, Schumer reveals that she’s on her way to vote but has lost her voice, telling fans that she’s “pretty sick,” which is why “I had to cancel my shows in Canada this weekend.”

She adds: “I’m so sorry, Canadian sweet people. I will be there in February. Every night when I go onstage I promise it’s going to be the best show I’ve ever done and I can’t make that promise because I feel awful and my voice is gone. But I’ll see you guys soon. Thank you for understanding.”

Sorry Canada! See you soon.

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The rescheduled dates will see Schumer perform on Feb. 16 in Toronto, Feb. 17 in Montreal and Feb. 18 in Ottawa; in a press release, Live Nation confirms that “all tickets for the postponed shows will be honoured on the new dates.”



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